brauluver wrote:aaron wrote:EvilGenius wrote:That way is expensive though.
Nope it's cheap. Real cheap.
The lad(he's 12) doesn't have a parts bin like you and I with wheels, bars stem, seat/post etc... to add to a frame.
He's starting from scratch and will need all the ancillary bits from a complete bike to facilitate his build for minimum $$$$$
If someone had a repco superlite or an apollo/kuwahara, shogun cro mo roady in a 54 square in melbourne then it would be sorted.
Young fella on a budget wants to get into cycling, even if someone interstate had a bike to donate ,all he'd have to do is cough for freight.
I agree 100%....see!
aaron wrote:Hasn't someone on this forum got a bike they could give to him?