Feels strange putting this one in the Build section. But I did change the pedals, so it's "custom" now, I guess. Someone sent me a photo of a Nirve Cannibal in response to my "Wanted OCC chopper for parts" ad on craigslist. It was a nice surprise for an ad that usually is about rust bucket OCCs. The price was right and a couple hours later, the Cannibal was mine. I cleaned it up today, corrected the handlebar position, and replaced the pedals. My wife and I went for a lunch ride to see all of the green people invading Savannah. This bike rides great. I've riden a limo stretch chopper before and never liked the way it stretches out your legs, arms, and back. This bike really gives you a comfortable upright riding postion and your legs are much farther than the pedal forward Townies. Nice ride. I may swap out the seat though. It looks cool, but I don't have eyes on my butt. Here is the photo the guy sent me. Office parking lot After cleaning and tweaking. Lunch ride with my wif'e's Dahon Classic (notice the green fountain water) The paint on this is very cool. It's basically a clear coated bare metal frame. They basically did a light milky translucent metalic silver wash on the bare frame and then loaded up the clear coat. You see all of the weld joints and bare metal. Very hard to describe and I don't know how well it shows up in cell phone pics. Has anyone seen a Nirve painted this way before?