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Sidewalk Super Villain #6 The Bully

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 6 FINISHED BIKES' started by motopsyco, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. Critter1

    Critter1

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    Awesome, just awesome!!

    Unless I missed it, you didn't say how he tossed you over the bars..? I have two guesses... Either you pulled the front suicide brake lever a little to hard & fast, OR you hit a pot hole/bump and the front tire locked up under the fork because it ran out of travel? No matter how it happened, the end result was a broken elbow... and that suuux!! Sorry to hear it, hope you heal quick and jump back on and tame the Bully!!
     
  2. Leobeerguy

    Leobeerguy

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    Great bike, it looks like a industrial superfreak bike. Cool look. Nice build, good luck on your surgery.
     
  3. bean

    bean

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    Ruff and Tuff = 8) 8)


    p.s. Mine bit me too! I was wearing shorts and flip flops :eek: , and went for a short test ride in front of my house..........flip flop slips, foot slips off pedal, pedal takes big hunk of skin off shin :oops:
     
  4. badmuller

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    [​IMG]

    Or awesome is a better word, funny how we got matching grips. heheh.
    A true follow up from last years win, entirely different but again a villain, hail to the Bully.
     
  5. Kustom_G

    Kustom_G

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    "every artist is a cannibal, every poet is a thief, all kill their inspiration, and sing about their grief" - U2-The Fly
    Why did this happen? Because art hurts!
    Remember the bully from 'Different Strokes"? his name was "the Gooch"!

    Excellent build! Sorry to hear about your broken elbow, get well!
     
  6. tin machine

    tin machine

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    hey that thing is major MEAN , like it COOL 8) 8)
     
  7. biss-ness

    biss-ness

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    Awesome!!! :mrgreen:
     
  8. Elmer

    Elmer

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    Glad I checked back. Relieved to see he has it chained up.
     
  9. 2dawgs

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    Even though it has turned on it's Master, I would love to liberate this Bully from thee.
     
  10. ichi bike

    ichi bike

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    its profile looks like my jack russel
    his name is BRONCO BILLY he is a bull of the neighborhood the mail man hates him and has turned him orange with pepper spray
    twice
    this is a good example of art meets muscle!!
    i love it
     
  11. herr_rudolf

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    That's a tough looking bike.. Looks like it's ready for take-off in some shots. I love the way you've managed to parts to match.
    Very original custom.
     
  12. tvc15

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    Your bike scares mine... love this build, true rat
     
  13. dangratsdan

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    very nice....yea right. That bike looks brutal, like it could kick your ^&& .......Ruff and Tuff. Reminds me of the guy who was 5'8" tall, 260 lbs of solid muscle that you wanted to be your brother. Good job.
     
  14. Skipton

    Skipton Come out and ride with The Chicago TailDraggers!

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    One tough bike! ... I dig it attack mode 8)
     
  15. SSG

    SSG

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    This bike is great! I love the grimy industrial look it has.
     
  16. spinman

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    for what this B**ch has put you thru, I don't know whether to vote for her, or turn it into razor blades.

    The term Blood, Sweat and Tears comes to mind.

    Great job!

    Spin
     
  17. spinman

    spinman

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    Is this what your next build will do to you??

    [​IMG]
     
  18. Hooch

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    another great build!
     
  19. gowjobs

    gowjobs

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    Spent a vote on this ride - the chingered paint, curved sissy bar, suicide disc brakes, classic frame and modern-era fork all came together with a big portion of attitude. Love this beast!
     
  20. concrete45

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    The colors really flow well in your build! and It trully looks like it could beat you down...... well done! cant wait for board T version...
     

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