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TVM Posted - 10/11/2010 : 10:21:02
Mike sent me an e-mail about LL's dual 650.

Any pics of this bike?

Building a 650/700 bike now. Going to plug cutting tomorrow. 16" seat height. 16 degree seat angle.

I rode the dual 700 with front/rear covers on a windy day (15mph. winds), and decided not to run the front. It was do-able, but kind of wandered enough to worry about riding in a group.

Also building a back-to-back tandem. 10'6", this will be a wild bike indeed.
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TVM Posted - 10/11/2010 : 11:48:15
Thanks,

Looks like about the same seat height/angle.

..

Building a FWD fork for the tandem, (451).Sticking with the rear wheel drive for now.



JM
Larry Lem Posted - 10/11/2010 : 11:08:17
http://www.flickr.com/photos/dmstrom/sets/72157624028683802/

Just a regular 2" dia steel frame. .065" for the "downtube" and the tube through which the head tube runs, .049" everywhere else.

Not fancy carbon as I don't know how yet.

Larry Lem

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