Roadmaster Cruiser

Hello Moto!

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Finally got my cheap Raodmaster bike about how it's gonna stay. Forgive the hideous orange rims lol, I destroyed my original rear wheel due to a little mishap with the coaster arm. I forgot to fix it to the frame tightly one day and it came loose while I was riding! It ended up bending the axle and the frame axle hangars as it spun around the hub uncontrollably then jammed against the frame. So I swapped it with the orange ones I had on another bike.

I retrofitted an old mower tank to the rear mount. I can hold about a gallon of fuel now! I just recently painted most of the aftermarket engine components black to match the engine. I think I'm done for a while.




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bluegoatwoods

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I like it.

Thinking about it, I don't think I see many modern Roadmaster beach cruisers. But I guess I'm not really surprised that there is such a thing. And it looks like a nice bike.
 

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Thanks bluegoatwoods. I have to paint the orange rims black though. The orange is a little too much for me.
 

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Well I changed it up a bit. Painted the orange rims black and put my old tank back on. I opted for the rear basket in place of the gas tank I had mounted before. Oh yeah, I put the fenders back on the bike as well.

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nice set up...gotta be able to carry Stuff
Thanks man. Yeah, the baskets have come in handy many times. For about $15 a piece they are totally worth it! Secure and very lightweight.

Oh I did switch my front fender around. I don't know if anyone noticed but I had it on backwards lol.
 
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