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Interesting Handle Bars...

Discussion in 'THE OTHER BIKES' started by crispy_rat, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. crispy_rat

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    I work part time at a bike shop while I am looking for full time employment, I went into the back room and came across this bike, no name on it, just a puma like cat for logos. What really caught my eye was the handle bars. The 2 mechanics at the shop had no idea who made this bike. They told me the owner bought it off the internet. Here are some pics:

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  2. Rat Rod

    Rat Rod Owner & Founder Head Honcho Moderator

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    Whoa....those are wicked. :shock:

    The overall bike looks sweet too.
     
  3. Rat Rod

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  4. crispy_rat

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    yup. Thats it! thanks. I like the bars alot.
     
  5. scrumblero

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    those are sweet! I think I'd run a beefier stem tho..... :roll:
     
  6. crispy_rat

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    I was thinking maybe making some kind of bucket seat for a passenger or a grocery getter, beer holder...all kinds of possibilities. A beefier stem would be ideal!
     

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