For my 87 Nishiki Ariel Mountain Bike. I used to take this dear
friend apart and stow the wheels behind the seat and cantilever the
frame across the passenger seat's cross-member tube of me ol' puddle
jumper 1946 Taylorcraft taildragger, find a sod landing strip, camp
out and ride all over the eastern USA. This bike was made in Japan.
It is priceless, sentimental, historic, famous. And a novel is in the
I believe I have found a 46-tooth but will buy another if you know
where I can find one. As well as a 36, and also a spare 28.
Thanks for your splendid courtesy.