Eastern Bikes History: The Fatty Frame 5

Eastern Bikes History: The Fatty Frame

Eastern Bikes History: The Fatty Frame

Eastern has a pretty sweet write up on their Fatty frame, a frame which was made from the rear end of a Schwinn and then other chromoly tubing that was bought locally. This was the frame that started it all for Eastern! Check out the full write up here.

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5 comments
  • Johnny Deawyler

    3/3/2013 6:24 AM

    You could probably get some good money for recycling that.

  • jimonbike

    3/2/2013 6:47 AM

    yes back in the day

  • Eddy D

    3/1/2013 4:42 PM

    And I thought the Hercules was the first frame they did.

  • jake-loves-to-ride

    3/1/2013 3:02 PM

    Maybe eastern should reproduce a limited number of these frames? Hoffman Bikes made a new 'Condor' frame made with todays technology and strengths, but the same design and formality.

  • DTP_SINCE_93

    3/1/2013 3:01 PM

    They should make a frame based on this ugly welds and all

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