Question about Cycling
Go to Bike Forums, Classic & Vintage section. Someone there would likely help you. Maybe me. It's a long solution and it's a darn fun thing to do, to build a bike from frame up.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
You are the namufacturer in this case.
Todays bicycles look like they do because of manufacturing considerations - just like yesterdays bikes. What can they build and sell at a price that a bike rider is willling to pay.
Being the manufacturer, you need a sample. You need to decide what you want to change and how you would improve it. Since cost is not a consideration, you can do all kinds of wild things. You are not bound by standardization required of theassembly line.
I cant imagine you cant find llike minded individuals on the WWW. You should google "How do I build a bicycle"
Good luck on your project
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It sounds like you haven't done this before so you will need to start from scratch and find some beginners guides. I would also watch some youtube videos and check which tools you need. Try this: http://reviews.ebay.com/Build-a-Road-Bike-from-its-Frame-Up-A-beginners-Guide?ugid=10000000000946269 and this: http://www.wired.com/video/how-to-build-a-bike/985493404001
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