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Monday, 18 July 2011

Chipping Away

Got a few more of them ten minute jobs put to bed the other day,

This trick headstock badge was sent over by Roland, originally made for a pushbike it looks just fine on one with a motor in it as well.

The dummy rubber battery in place, kinda makes sense of the carrier now. The gel battery will sit inside and with a bit of luck the regulator as well.

Headsteadies and frame spacer blacked up and back where they belong.

Handlebar clamps and risers have been nickelled, so the bars are back on.

The chainguard, looking great sitting in the impossibly small space that is available for it. If you ever see the bike out and about, check the chainguard out and buy Johnny a beer on the strength of it.

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