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  1. #376
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    I have been working on another beach bike.

    http://www.nbbikes.com/
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    The ultimate A, master of the polishing wheel. Polished on polished. Accented by a beefy set of Kenda's....
    Looks like a lot of work. Pretty, but I bet a lot of work.
    No hiding on that bike......
    Looks good,
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterendo
    I don't know if anyone has posted this. The Larkspur Canyon Gang's own Robert Stewart's Repack bike. Wicked. Thanks to Robert and Alan Bonds for sharing...
    http://www.clunkers.net/roberts/robs.html
    Or Ian's (Rob's brother) bike

    http://www.clunkers.net/ians/ians.html


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    Just picked this up for the tires...After hefting it up on the roof rack there is absolutely no doubt....This is a cruiser......and aluminum wheels were a huge improvement in the progression of mtb's...

    1978 Schwinn Klunker 5;

    Seek: Koski Trailmaster. Breezer Series 2, or 3. Fillet brazed Ibis Custom. Cunningham Racer. Otis Guy (but not that softride model). That's all I need I don't need anything else... except... except for an old Mountain Goat bar stem combo. And that's all I need. I don't need anything else. Except.....

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    A heavy bike is a great trainer.

  6. #381
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    Kona Humuhumu-Nukunuku-Apua'a

    You can say that again...




    Had a chance to pick this up over the winter. Always thought they were kinda cool.


    Here's the bike when I first got it, a little sad and neglected...





    Built up some nicer wheels, removed the brake bosses on the fork (if it looks like a klunker then by god it's going to have a drum brake!), and swapped out a few parts here and there to suit my tastes...











    I was stoked when I found out MKS was producing these pedals again...




    Pretty fun little rider.

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    Surly, what size is your Humu? I have a 16" which i realized too late is too small for me, an 18" would be perfect

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    Humuuuuuu

    Nice Kona!


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    Some more pics of our frames










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    Got this a couple of days ago...

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    53 pounds of "Superb"!
    Wanted: Ritchey built Frame/Fork 85 or earlier.

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    Did a little coaster brake action in Morro bay. Very well groomed trail. Good times.

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    did you use the tools after you road?

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    oops

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    Never seen another of these... Seems stout, but does anyone have experience?

    Anyone have a source for thread on coaster cogs, or are they the same tpi and size as standard track?

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    That is a swedish hub and Huskvarna is the name of the town where it was made. "Ekerhål" means "number of spoke holes"
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    Quote Originally Posted by erol/frost View Post
    That is a swedish hub and Huskvarna is the name of the town where it was made. "Ekerhål" means "number of spoke holes"
    Thanks. The Husqvarna and Sweden part I know - I'm a fan of their motorcycles and we have a Husqvarna sewing-machine - but the bicycle-part aspect is new to me. I've seen dozens of coaster models in my day, but never a Husky.

    I'm guessing 50's or early 60's from the packaging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biss-ness View Post
    did you use the tools after you road?
    The trail was in the best shape I've ever seen, so no.

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    Here's a few more cruisers...





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    Some are the same as track cogs and some are not. Cool hub though.

  21. #396
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    New Belgium Brewery short track race last night.
    The bike turns 50 next month.
    Photo Credit: Portfolio - yannphotovideo's JimdoPage!
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    new cruiser

    Free frame and forks.
    Just please don't call it Stryper
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    Just picked this up. 1953 Schwinn Panther. Already took it for a spin- it's smooooth.

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    Yah Mon, "Jammin`" BRC Style....
    Wanted: Ritchey built Frame/Fork 85 or earlier.

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    Wow, there's lots of stuff to drool over in here!

    I have a 1980 Schwinn Typhoon that still sees lots of action!

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