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Modified worksman bobber

Discussion in 'GAS POWERED BIKES' started by creature, Mar 6, 2012.

  1. creature

    creature

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  2. josh_from_ga

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    nice work! how fast can it go?
     
  3. hornet52

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    Cant believe only 1 comment this bike is sweet he is a friend of mine It has all kinds of trick gussets etc this bike is bullet proof I have ridden on it and it rides smooth
     
  4. jaysmo

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    looks like a fun ride and even more now with the price of gas,, :shock:
     
  5. creature

    creature

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    It'll Do 32-35 depending on the mood of the day .. It's about 80 lbs & drives like a early 70's caddy.
    Very comfortable!
     
  6. wheelbender6

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    To me, your worksman build is what motorized bicycling is all about.
     
  7. VoidLogic

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    This makes me consider doing gas instead of electric on my walgoose fat bike, but I can't seem to find a motor to fit
     
  8. OCD

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    Looks great! Don't worry about a lack of comments, I think most people on this site would rather see a rusty old bike than some of the amazing work shown here.
     

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