Look Ma, No Hands!
Some had double, some triple chainrings. Some had alloy rims, some steel. Different pedals, different derailleurs, different bars, and at least three different kinds of cantilever brakes. Not all had the Brooks B 72, at least one had what looks like a 68? There are also different hubs, some quick release and some not. Joe couldn’t get tubing in the lengths and sizes as the bike tubing suppliers wouldn’t make a special order for him. He bought 20 foot lengths of straight gauge aircraft chrome moly and cut it himself. He was worried that it might not be as strong as bike tubing and used laterals. He made ten but ran out of the aircraft tubing on number ten so the last one he made has a piece of tubing from a road bike in the frame. He made them from what he could get. It looks like, from photos, that there were a least two sizes of frames, but that’s a guess.That's so cool. Joe won Repack on his Breezer the first year he rode it in part maybe because Gary Fisher didn't have one, they say. It's amazing that the top times riding down that whole mountain are seconds apart. These guys were not fooling around. Did the first Breezers have a front double or triple socket?