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Saturday, April 09, 2005

 

Another one

So, I have done it again. I went to the working bike collective today, with the thought of getting a new head for the cruiser bike and couldn't find anything that wasn't attached to a bike; none were to be found in the loose parts bins that would fit my needs. Well, as a last ditch effort, I ended up buying an old schwinn BMX with the head that I needed. Now I have another bike to mess around with that's in almost perfect condition, for a junk bike, it's been painted gold, with spray paint no less, the original color was orange I think.

Now you may be asking: "But Christian, you already have two project bikes in the works and a jeep in a coma, what do you need with another bike?" well, nothing really, I don't need it at all, I just wanted some parts off it, but the more I look at it, the more I think it could be something cool to tool around on. Most likely I will finish the cruiser bike, continue working on the wood bike, and work on this one shortly after one of the others is finished. Or maybe I'll just clean it up and ride it in the meantime, no real work done, maybe just a little paint, I'm not a big fan of gold.