Cycling can have a transformative effect. It can change lives and neighborhoods. These qualities are at the heart of what inspire bike-friendly movements around the world. For some people, though, the transformation of a bike itself is equally inspiring. These are the folks who you might see with subtly beautiful single speeds and fixies, ultra-customized cruisers, or immaculately restored classics. For anyone wanting to turn an old bike into something new, we wanted to help you get started on turning that old clunker into a sweet ride. Check out these pictures for what’s possible with a 1952 Schwinn Cruiser (and other bikes) here.
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