Vintage

If you’re looking for help in restoring a vintage Fat Chance we’ve put together the list below of suppliers we know that undertake this sort of work. Let us know if there’s anyone we’ve missed off this list by email to yo@fatchance.bike.  

Refurbishment Specialists.

Commodore Cycles. 
Web: https://www.facebook.com/RidingAmerican/

Second Spin Cycles. Los Angeles, CA.
Web: http://www.secondspincycles.com/

Whites Bicycles, Melbourne, Australia.
Web: http://contactwhitesbikes.wix.com/whitesbikes 
Phone: (03) 9077 1813 

Hot Tubes (Paint), Shirley, MA.
Web: http://www.hottubes.com/
Phone: 978.425.9033

Keith Anderson (Paint). Grants Pass, OR.
Web: http://www.keithandersoncycles.com/ 

Ted Wojik. Plaistow, NH.
Web: http://www.tedwojcikcustombicycles.com/
Phone: 603-479-3799

Replacement Yo Eddy Forks & Frame Repairs.

Chris Igleheart. Portland, OR.
Web: http://igleheartcustomframesandforks.com/ 
Phone: 978-626-1193

Replacement Decals.

Our current supplier of decals for our new bikes can also produce decals for vintage FAT’s.

SSSINK.
Web: www.sssink.com
Phone: 1-877-236-4135

Community Resources.

If you’re looking for advice from fellow vintage FAT fans on a restoration project, sourcing parts, or looking to buy / sell a vintage FAT check out these resources.

FAT COGS.
Web: http://www.fatcogs.com  

Fat City Cycles Facebook Group.
Web: https://www.facebook.com/groups/114800132247

Vintage Archive.

For an (almost) complete set of vintage Fat City brochures, adverts, magazine tests etc check out the excellent RetroBike Archive.

RetroBike.
Web: http://www.retrobike.co.uk/gallery2/v/Manufacturer+Archive/Fat+Chance+Archive/

MOMBAT.org
Web: http://mombat.org/MOMBAT/BikeHistoryPages/Fat_Chance.html

 

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