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06/27/2013

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Bicycle Bill

Ashtabula is the name of the one-piece, cast-steel crank usually found on old single-speed bikes.
http://sheldonbrown.com/gloss_n-o.html#opc

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Roger Whiter

The typical solid fork and cast handlebar stems found on Schwinn bikes were were also made by Ashtabula if I am not mistaken.

Roger Whiter

I love what you are doing with the cycling caps!

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