Hello, I was wondering if you could help out. I've had an offer to buy my Yo Eddy. While I was trying to come up with a price I ran across this site and the Frame Registry. The Serial No. for my frame is 004Y2M. Is this a rare or early production?
hi...i am searching for high quality decals for my 1889 fat team comp. can you help me with information? if you need i can send you a picture of my bike before repainting...my amail is firstname.lastname@example.org
No problem with me, and I don't think that thread was locked. I only have one active moderator here on FC, and I don't think he locked anything. We're pretty loose around here, within reason, so I don't see why anything would have been locked up.
Doug, I see that my thread was shutdown, what did I do/say wrong? I was in agreement with DC that Fat's should be ridden, not trailer queen'ed. I sent him an apology and I also apologize to you if my reply was misinterpeted. Sincerely, Mark Gullo
Hmmm, sorry, I am not sure what gave you the impression that I was a former employee at Fat City, but I was not. Merely a fan of the brand since the early 90s and the owner of this website since 2004. No other affiliation with the former company other than I manage this site and love their craftsmanship.
Hello Mr Carter First i want to thank you for having this website i think its great and special to actually have you a X-worker for fat city cycles. My question to you is what was the most expensive bike you built for chris chance during your time and why was it so expensive. I think the most expensive bike now will be the one you and the rest of the staff wrote your name all over it that first in flights have on display. Hope you can help us and tell us your story love this site thank you