Pretty neat. I love those tires, what are they?
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Thanks, the tires are made by kenda. They were described to me as 80% road 20% off road. After I get her dialed in I was thinking about putting a little longer shock to give a little more clearance over the rear tire. It is a K model so I think the ones on there are about 14". Not sure how long I would like to go but maybe 15" or 16". Always something.
Bike looks great man. I have a very similar build going on with an 80 k model. My rear wheel looks terrible so I'm thinking of going black like you have. How did you do your wheels? I'm thinking of powder coating them but I really don't want to take them apart because if I did I would probably want to get new spokes.