1900's racers bike

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joen1861@yahoo.com

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Do you know if there is a site out there where you can buy a old school looking racer bike body and parts. Not the motor or lights but you know....
 


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5-7HEAVEN

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:cool:www.feltracing.com

They have an awesome 2008 lineup, especially the "HOT WHEELS" model.

Myron
 
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5-7HEAVEN

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:cool:You're welcome, joe.

according to people who own or have seen FELT cruisers, they are very underpriced for the quality in worksmanship and materials. they also have many options that the members here desire, such as 12g spokes, steel frames(some aluminum), springer forks, wide rims, balloon tires, and the retro look.

Myron
 
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motoschwinn

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Yeah I just spent 30 minutes on their site.... Wonderful stuff. I just wish a gas tank would mount and look good on them... I think it would ruin the lines. But a few of their bikes scream for a motor. IMHO
 
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Large Filipino

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Local bike shop here carries those bikes. In person they are literally breathtaking.
Really strong construction. Well worth the asking prices.
 
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Gimmick

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there are rack mounted gas tanks available which would surely preserve those tight lines.
 
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Irish John

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:cool:You're welcome, joe.

according to people who own or have seen FELT cruisers, they are very underpriced for the quality in worksmanship and materials. they also have many options that the members here desire, such as 12g spokes, steel frames(some aluminum), springer forks, wide rims, balloon tires, and the retro look.

Myron

Not only springer forks but springers with v-brakes which I've never seen before.
 
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MotorbikeMike

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1900's Racer

I sell authentic style framesets on my site, see the 09 in the Gallery
www.simpsonmotorbikes.com
Mike
 
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HoughMade

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Yeah I just spent 30 minutes on their site.... Wonderful stuff. I just wish a gas tank would mount and look good on them... I think it would ruin the lines. But a few of their bikes scream for a motor. IMHO

There are posts here somewhere about sealing the bike "tank" on one of these at the top bar and using that for fuel.
 
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