1965 Moulton 4 speed

roley poley

Senior Member
Location
leeds
lovely job :notworthy:
 

raleighnut

Legendary Member
Location
On 3 Wheels
You can now scare the crap out of yourself trying to ride it in style. I had a go on one a mates Sister owned in about 1975, we quickly found our why it was stuck in the shed. :eek:
On the upside it made Choppers feel easy to ride and very stable.
 
You've done a nice job.
Oddly enough I liked the look of it as it was. I'd be frightened to use / leave it anywhere now.
 

Archie_tect

De Skieven Architek... aka Penfold + Horace
Location
Northumberland
I'm struggling to understand how the back wheel is supported without any seat stays, relying on what appears to be just a single bolted joint at the chain stay/ main frame connection?

What am I missing?
 
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Drzdave58

Drzdave58

Senior Member
You can now scare the crap out of yourself trying to ride it in style. I had a go on one a mates Sister owned in about 1975, we quickly found our why it was stuck in the shed. :eek:
On the upside it made Choppers feel easy to ride and very stable.
Its not scary to ride however I think I will avoid going down steep hills at high speeds. Great for short leisurely rides around town.
 
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Drzdave58

Drzdave58

Senior Member
You've done a nice job.
Oddly enough I liked the look of it as it was. I'd be frightened to use / leave it anywhere now.
thank You..and no..I never leave any of my bikes unattended. It’s intended for short rides around the city. A conversation piece for sure.
 
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