Discussion in 'BUILDS' started by tjwilson, Jan 15, 2016.
I can't wait love a custom.
Love that paint and the polished pieces look great!
Didn't get any in-process images other than the bare frame and fork. Better overview images will have to wait for the weather to cooperate. As for now, here's a side view taken in tight quarters as well as some detail shots. Decided to go with the straight rear braces. Mostly because that's what I had and was anxious to get the bike ready for the road. Will look at possibly switching those to curved braces as time allows.
Bike looks GREAT!!! Nice work!
Excellent engineering and execution dude, bravo!
Aside from the obvious awesomeness, I particularly like the pop of red on the backside and brace of the chainguard. Reminds me of a red brake calliper peeking through a wheel of a car.
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Holy crap! That's a piece of art dude.
Nice work! Have you ridden it yet?
There is so much coolness going on with this bike! The colors are great, even the touch of red looks great. Nice professional looking photos too.
Thanks for the compliments!
Luke, I took it for a ride when I first mocked it up but haven't had a chance since its been put back together. We've had some late winter snow. The roads are either snow covered or covered in the salt used to melt the snow. I like the way the final build seat looks but, I suspect it's going to require a little getting used to.
There is so much to like about this bike!
All I can say is WOW !!!!!! , this is awesome , Very nice work on this bike
Wow , stunning ! the idea , the fabrication , the finish .. very clean and professional
Gotta get one of those brass custom badges that a ratter on this forum makes code name is axsepul that would pop off that front end of your bike.
Thank you Renaissance Man. The stance and rear dropout additions on your Raceliner were a big influence. Your comment means a lot.
Those badges are amazing:
Would be a very nice finishing touch.
Um, in case you were unaware, there's a photo contest in the fall.
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