For motor bicycler's a good source of parts and accessories

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by Tom from Rubicon, Apr 29, 2016.

  1. Going tomorrow Saturday 4/30/2016 to purchase some accessories from Custom Motored in Greendale, WI. Had a nice visit with Lynn on the phone this afternoon. I will give a full evaluation soon. The web site is very good and soon to be up graded. (Disclaimer, I am not in any way financially or commercially involved with business) that said I do when able service local business.
    Tom from Rubicon
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  2. Hello Moto!

    Hello Moto! Active Member

    I recently spoke with her on the phone as well. I was looking to order some wheels and called just to check it out before I order any. She was very helpful and let me know that her new website will be called and is functional but still under construction. I was impressed and will definitely be ordering my wheels from
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  3. Interesting experience today, I purchased a laced up front wheel and hub disk brake ready, a sprung seat post, and 3 spring leather saddle from Lynnette Rietzke of owner of . Very nice lady, super smart mechanic. I did a local pick up from her home Greendale , Wisconsin so I saw maybe a dozen of her builds. Lynn said she has built about 300 Huffy-Davidson's and decry's the Huffy as not up to her standards and from the work exhibited I do not doubt. Lynn now uses the Worksman Cycles as the platform for her builds and I cannot refute her reasons to use them. One notable aspect is the longer wheelbase, some 50” axel to axel.

    As I purchased a front wheel w/hub to accept a disk brake disk from her I was supprised to see 80% of her builds sported drum brakes. Her reasoning (sound) was the drum brake is more than sufficient and quiet too! Wished it wasn’t raining so I could have had a test ride. The latest of Lynn’s builds is pure perfection to my thinking, it has her arched chain tensioner, Her proprietary clam shell- sprocket assy. , rear free wheel, and front telescopic fork with drum brake.

    Lynn also has a local CNC machine shop making clam shell sprocket mounts of 7075 T6 and sprockets of the same. Amazingly Lynn asks no more for a superior product than those offering less durable!
  4. crassius

    crassius Well-Known Member

    looks to be pre-2012 kits (without balanced crank) and only narrow front mounts available - these older 'boneshaker' kits are usually under or at $100 on ebay - unless their page is just out of date
  5. Hello Moto!

    Hello Moto! Active Member

    Yeah, I wasn't too impressed with the engine kits but the selection of wheels is excellent.
  6. Joe7108

    Joe7108 Guest

    I've tried to contact Lynn, no answers or replays. Is she still in business. Joe
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