Added about 10 years ago by maxtbicycle.
Last updated over 9 years ago.
Wow, this is one of the craziest engineered bike I've ever seen!
Posted almost 8 years ago
omg, omg oh my goodness!!!!
Posted over 9 years ago
Thank you, I love your bikes too.
I wish I possessed photo-shop skills that were this fine with attention to detail!
Posted about 10 years ago
Hello SpoonRules, I used to be a professional photographer for many years and I spent at least $40,000 for cameras, equipment, studio and accessories. I gave up all together when digital photography was becoming popular. Now, I spent only $500 for a point and shoot camera. All you need to know is iso, shutter speed, aperture and lens. My favorite camera lens brand is Leica, the camera body is not important.
You know, you can post all of your photo's for this bike under one profile, instead of making 9 different profiles, with one shot in each of them.
Thank you for your advice. I did not realize that I could do this feature. But I felt it was too late when I received comments and asking for some technical advices, I was hesitating to modify my images. I will post my latest CAT Cheetah bike number 3 after I finish the set up and will share some nice images with bicycle fans.
Certainly looks fast. A little radical for an OG like me but very original and well done.Amazing workmanship.
Thank you for your nice comment on behalf of my bicycle collection. I am retro fan. I would not mind changing components but my heart breaks when I see people cut and drill holes to original bike that has special history.
Amen to that. Retro is cool but the past is the past. Embrace the future as you get there.
Would you please add more photos of this bike, especially the cockpit. Thank you
I took hundreds photos of each bike down to close up details in every corner. I have been extremely busy with work and I have only one day in a week in just a few hours to work on my bikes. I have many beautiful frames I like to finish in as retro as I can. I use point and shoot camera Panasonic Lumix LX3 & LX5, nothing fancy.
Oh my! Do you have more pictures on how the fork is assembled? Also, Is that a Mavic Rear derailleur? Awesome Bike!
Hi Kurzawa, thank you for your nice comment. I should have taken photos of the fork when I assembled the bike. I will take off the fork and take some photos for you, cheer.
commuter, cruiser, road-bike