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    1939 Schwinn Cantilever Clunker

    1939 cantilever frame

    Spaced to 135 mil

    nexus 8 speed rear hub with roller brake

    profile cranks. 36t

    Custom carbon fiber reinforced Schwinn seat post - built to withstand off road riding.

    Campagnolo QR

    Brooks B67 Saddle

    Tange headset

    Koski fork

    Ashtabula steam

    1970 Norton motorcycl bars

    Sturmey Archer XLFD front drum brake hub.

    Schwinn brake levers.






    Stupid, but sometimes witty. Occasionally brilliant. Slow and fat though.

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    1939 Schwinn Cantilever Clunker



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    Looks fun!

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    Cool ride
    Technology dragass

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    Sweet!

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    digging the stove.
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    Custom carbon fiber reinforced Schwinn seat post - built to withstand off road riding.

    Would that be on the inside of the seatpost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katana View Post
    Custom carbon fiber reinforced Schwinn seat post - built to withstand off road riding.

    Would that be on the inside of the seatpost.
    It's a proprietary patent pending design. I can only say that this technology is earth shattering!
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    Golf club shaft epoxied in place?
    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles View Post
    It's a proprietary patent pending design. I can only say that this technology is earth shattering!
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff View Post
    Golf club shaft epoxied in place?
    just a sh!t ton of carbon fiber prepreg crammed into the post and baked until completely set.

    It's considerably stiffer - and should be plenty strong.
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    That'll work.
    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles View Post
    just a sh!t ton of carbon fiber prepreg crammed into the post and baked until completely set.

    It's considerably stiffer - and should be plenty strong.
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles View Post
    just a sh!t ton of carbon fiber prepreg crammed into the post and baked until completely set.

    It's considerably stiffer - and should be plenty strong.
    Beyond NASA stuff!

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    1939 Schwinn Cantilever Clunker

    Were talking aerospace clunking!
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    So now it's only 41 pounds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rev106 View Post
    So now it's only 41 pounds?
    It's under 40. actually climbs pretty well.
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