My riding partner turned 10 this week so we took a ride down memory lane on the rat bikes i made to match when he was little. he's a bit too big for it now, and it's still free for a local pickup.
1940 krylon painted beauty is not included for free.
Well, out of the blue I got a call today from the guy that bought my ‘96 Dyno Glide a few months ago. He tells me that due to personal issues he has to move and can’t take the bike with him and would I like to buy it back for half the cost of what he bought it for. Apparently he broke a pedal, bent the seatpost and then had some repairs done. Second pic is how I got it back this afternoon.
This is a first year Dyno Glide with a Nexus 7 and a blast to ride, I missed it right after I sold it but now it’s back home.