This is the builder:
Dipl. Ing. Ingo Kollibay
Entwicklung von SpezialfahrrÃ¤dern
Katharinenstrasse 32 G
He will also be at http://spezialradmesse.de in Germersheim this year (but not
with a Python, this was his first).
I met him last year on a group ride near Oldenburg and he rode one of custom
So I asked him if he could do a Python as well.
By the way: The whole bike fits into the trunk of a Smart car (it is separable)
- this was a requirement for me.
I am not sure about the weight - but I will check as soon as the snow melts.
Am 04.03.2018 um 07:41 schrieb Max Kleemann <max.kleemann@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
looks VERY interesting!
Could you make the connection to the builder available?
How much does the bike weigh in kg?
On 2. Mar 2018, at 20:18, Christian Winkgen <christian.winkgen@xxxxxxx>
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The day has come - I am now owner of a brand-new python (called PythonIK).
I wanted to do this for years and years but could not find a start - until I
met Ingo Kollibay - a German custom bike builder from Hildesheim - who
helped to make the dream come true.
You find some pictures here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmdFUT2B - as soon as I got
new login credentials for openbike.org I can add some details there as well.
Currently I am doing my riding lessons and feel like a bloody child again.
I am from Solingen (near Cologne / DÃ¼sseldorf / Wuppertal) - so if there is
any Python owner around who likes to proof-ride my machine: you are welcome.
Just drop me a note.
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