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G'day all, Just posting some pictures of my jackpot with new seat and luggage rack that was custom made by Will at cycleopsusa. I contacted Will via email (Im in Australia) and told him what i was after. After a couple of weeks of email tennis everything was in the pipeline and this is the result. Im really pleased with the way it turned out.

Will is a gentleman and goes to great lengths to make sure you get what you want. His products are excellent in quality and I recommend him to anyone who has thought about getting a part for their bike which is just right.

Thanks Again Will.
 

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Beautiful. Great looking bike

Where did you get that rear tail light?
 

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Wow!!!! Your bike is over the top! Beautiful! Rack is a perfect addition!
 

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Very nice, that bike is over the top, or should I say(down under) the top.
 

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Thanks for the kind plug Tony. They were fun to make and it was my pleasure doing them for you. Glad to also hear the seat shaping and backrest resolved your comfort issues too.
 

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Looks fantastic but I cant quite make out from the photo how it mounts to the frame,did you drill the rear mudguard at all?
This thread is over 2 years old so he may not get your message. You might try contacting Will at Cycleops directly and reference this thread so he knows what you are talking about. He made it so he would be the person to talk to about getting one.

http://www.cycleopsusa.com/custombillet.html#cw
 

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Thanks Bob, I saw the bat signal come on in the sky so I came in to answer him. There are two standoffs at the front corners and one short spacer at the rear where it is bolted into the threaded bungs already in the factory fenders. And by mudguard I'm assuming you mean the fender. Those bosses are actually in the fender itself which are reinforced and the fender is bolted to the frame. as for the backrest, I make special receivers for the front standoffs that accommodate it so that it is removable. You slide it in and it locks in place by tension and then you break it free and release it and slide it out if you don't want it on. if you go to my website you'll see many more photos and all the hardware giving you a much better idea of what I'm talking about. if you have any further questions or want to order a set up just contact me and I'll be happy to get you squared away.
 
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