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Harbinger

Discussion in 'ANYTHING GOES BUILD OFF' started by chiselhead1133, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. chiselhead1133

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    I've always wanted to build a strech cruiser, so what better time then a anything goes build. My bike started life as a gravity boot hanger, the things that people invert themselves upside down on, like a bat. (neighbors were throwing it out)
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    Here is a couple steps into my build.
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    I was going for a old school look, from the 30's
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    Here are the chain stays for the rear triangle[code]
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    I welded some flatbar to keep them true to each other.
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    I made some airflow handle bars out of three sets of other bars.
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  2. HotRodRob

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    Cool ride but I think you posted it 3 hours to late for the deadline :cry:
     
  3. nickdaddy

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    very awesome ride
    it flows well...........i especially like the handlebars
     
  4. chiselhead1133

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    re:3 hours too late---i believe the rules state 12 midnight,where i live it was 12 am (california)
     
  5. necessaryevil

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    You finished in time, but it looks like you didn't post in the "finished bikes" thread before the deadline. Those bars are very cool. 8)
     
  6. 2manybikes

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    Late or not it is definately an original concept. I am diggin the handlebars as well :)
     
  7. Smokey

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    I wanted to see the rest of the pictures so I fixed your tags a little.
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  8. aka_locojoe

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    Nice work. You don't see to many people making their own chain guards.
     
  9. ThunderGorilla

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    Pretty sweet. So sweet, in fact, that another good name for it might be... Tromboner.
     

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