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We recently had a couple of the bikes built by Pete featured in the UK Bike mag 'Back street heroes', and the magazine kindly sent us a disc with some of the photos for the feature on it. Here's a couple of riding shots, Me on the A10 and Pete on the 6T.

 

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Shit, I deserve a kick in the Ass for not giving credit where it's Due.

The Photographer's name is Simon Everett, he does alot of stuff for British magazines and he's shit hot with a lens. Here's a couple more...

 

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Jovial Prankster said:
Shit, I deserve a kick in the Ass for not giving credit where it's Due.

The Photographer's name is Simon Everett, he does alot of stuff for British magazines and he's shit hot with a lens. Here's a couple more...

someone is a good plumber, frame looks a lot like a 45" hd but I am sure it's not-
 

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can you give me the exact specs on the forks and frame? I realy dig that bike, its like on my top five traditional chops list.
the forks are standard BSA a/b series cut down by 2" and the headlight brakets cut off.

The frame is a one off made by myself.

thanks for the good vibes.....Pete
 

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Ok, I can picture it now. I may have to steal that idea for my rigid shovel project. I was trying to get a spring seat on the Paugho frame and didn't want to go with the standard two coils at the seat corners. I can buy a trailor spring and cut it in half...
That is a nice looking bike. I like the retro vintage paint. Nice to see stuff like that.
 
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