Thanks, Ann!  I have a real affection for bikes that have a well thought out, 
idiosyncratic look, but my own rides always lean towards practical, standard 
builds. I was determined to give this one a vibe of "he wanted this to look and 
work specifically this way", if that makes sense. Now that it's back home I 
need to put the headlight and Woody's Chop Chort fenders back on, then she's 
good to go. I have some narrower Speedblend Nifty Swiftys that I'll be mounting 
closer to summer for more funkiness. I'll post a pic later when it's set up 
that way. It's such a cool bike! 

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