jj special and healing pics

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jj special and healing pics

Postby stevendavid75 » Mon Dec 10, 2007 4:11 pm

Hi Guys,
here I have a link to some pics of a couple of my bikes,
The Healing came with me to WA but JJ stayed in the shed at home with his mates, Sorry about the poorish pic quality.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/15692161@N ... 782563203/[/img]


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Postby Kid_Carbine » Mon Dec 10, 2007 9:14 pm

The Healing.


The JJ

Carbine & SJH cycles, & Quicksilver BMX
Now that's AUSTRALIAN to the core.

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Postby GaryF » Mon Dec 10, 2007 9:34 pm

Thanks Steve,

A couple of great bikes. Love the Healing - are the decals original? BSA cranks look nice.

Thanks for posting the JJ special, it looks very similar to mine although the forks look like an up-grade.

How do they ride?


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Postby stevendavid75 » Mon Dec 10, 2007 9:59 pm

They were both painted by a great bloke in SA collectablecycles.com.au
he also did the lettering by hand.

The Healing I guess is just a club racer at best, I found it at the tip in a bit of a mess, but it has great lugs around steerer tube and also has the H badge as well. It rides well enough for a shop/ get around bike.

The JJ rides pretty well, I took it out for its first ride on the boards at DISC which was fun after a while, its not a really tight bike but with a real fork in it, it would ride a whole lot better,
When I picked up the frame it didnt have a fork so I found this one, it was black and had a long steerer so in she went.


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