My 1990 Trek 1000 was missing the head badge/emblem when I got it. I recently bought a 1991 Trek 820 that had the same badge. My plan with the 820 is to clean it up and resell it. I really don't think the badge being gone will affect the value. So in this video, I show you how to remove a head badge and then how to install it. This is for badges attached by glue or tape or some other adhesive. This is not for badges attached by screws or rivets such as on vintage bicycles. Though some people will attach the badges with glue and then glue in screw or rivet heads to make them look like they are screwed or riveted to the frame. **If the video was useful or interesting please give it a "thumbs up" and consider subscribing. -Website: http://www.RJTheBikeGuy.com -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RJTheBikeGuy -Subscribe Here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=shyflirt1 -YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/RJTheBikeGuy
This video shows a little about the process of acid etching metal to create a bicycle head badge. I learned this process a few years ago and have only done it about 4-5 different times up until now. It's the same process used by electronic hobbyist to make circuit boards, google it. The process I use uses muriatic acid and hydrogen peroxide. The acid is VERY dangerous and you should only handle it with all safety precautions, if your a kid get an adult. I am not responsible for your bad decisions.
A vintage bicycle head badge is the logo on the front of the bike. Learn about collecting vintage bike head badges from a bicycle expert in this free video. Expert: Vin Vullo Contact: www.oldroads.com Bio: Vin Vullo has been buying and selling vintage bicycles since the 1960s. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
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Stamping copper head badges on a percussion press
Wahah! You guys thought this series was over.. Actually it is. This is a more in depth video of the finishing process and making the head tube badge. Videos with tig brazing: Jared Morris - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URCJz39kzvE Welding Tips and Tricks - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6ccw7X8zeI ------------------------------------------------------- #diy #bicycleframe #fixedgear #singlespeed #welding
Sorry, but I don't make these anymore! Music by MK2 Funk Down provided by youtube free music library.
A short how to on making custom badges,how to clearcoat them,and maybe some ideas for your project?
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With a thinner front tire and an elaborate headlight system, learn how to identify middle weight bicycles of the late 1950s in this free video from an experienced vintage bicycle dealer. Expert: Vin Vullo Contact: www.oldroads.com Bio: Vin Vullo has been buying and selling vintage bicycles since the 1960s. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso