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59 A Homer HIlsen. The only double-tuber around so far and it just barely fit. The gap between them is so small, the adventurous/dumb have been known to get fingers stuck in there.

She tows a trailer sometimes.

Set up for the commute and city riding, there's fat Schwalbes, fenders, interrupter levers, and a huge basket with count'em THREE locks, so don't even think about it.

1982 Bridgestone Regulus fixie! Start here on your 54cm bike and bump up to 59cm. With a Technomic stem maxed and bars with rise it works.

1991 Bridgestone CB-0 named Homer's Uncle Francis (after San Francisco. Citybike, get it?).

http://www.sheldonbrown.com/bridgestone/1991/pages/bridgestone-1991-24.htm 56cm

Got the frame for free from a friend.

Spencer found the fork. Rich built the wheels. Brian provided the crankset, which Robert hand-filed. Friendly bike. Wheels and seatpost are pitlocked to deter would-be SF thieves. Perfect lock-up-go-anywhere-do-anything-anywhere-tank-of-a-bike that handles SF potholes with ease.

86.5pbh / 74.5ish saddle height

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 2   Write a review.

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CB-0 January 9, 2014
Reviewer: Christopher Baus from Zephyr Cove, NV United States  
I bought a beater CB-0 for a townie. I like how it rides. It has steep geometry for a 26". It isn't as nice as some of the lugged bikes, but it is high on functionality.

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Light hanging from the basket April 1, 2013
Reviewer: Bryce Dwyer from Chicago, IL United States  
Looks awesome! How's the ol' Cygolite attached to the rack there (I wouldn't mind trying it myself!)

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