Let's see who can build the coolest rat!
That is the coolest Bike Stand I have ever seen.
That beautiful Tiki lounge / Bike shop / Patio area, gets some good use.
I like seeing peoples pictures with teir bikes .It puts a face to a conversation.
kinda cool how a build takes on it's own shape
as you go.And it's turning out awesome,
one of my favourite builds,
I was thinking about extra stuff, I tried a horn on the front fender, can-holder, perhaps a basket, but I like the bike best like it is now. Only gonna add a Thrasher sticker.
That means I'm done!
I liked the build-off a lot, learned a lot and met some really nice people!
I'm gonna do this more often.
(I saw this great looking brown/gold BMX frame, with a shifting thing that made the whole bike go up or down, really awesome, and than I woke up this morning )
So here it is:
You did an incredible job.
Hats off to Easy......that is a beautiful bike!!!!
The Overall look is Great...your boys are gonna be
Rollin The Streets with the coolest Dad in Town.
I like the bike a lot
Thank you guys! Glad you like it.
Thanks Troy! I was just thinking the same thing about voting.
Nice job on the completion. It is refreshing to see the ingenuity take place with the moped forks. You might inspire others.
Double Nickle- " All I'm planing on doing is building a awesome bike for me to ride...."
Thank you, guys!!! I'll be cruising with pride!
I wasn't sure about the original theme of the bike, with the words "black" and "Saab" in the title, but its turned out to be an eye popper!
I still think it would look great in an electric blue though
My 2 cents worth - I think this seat would go better than the current 1. IMO anyway.
***** Another Idea, Where the seat bolts to sissy, bend the sissy 90* towards rear and run it around the rear with 1" gap, kinda cafe racer, which I see in this bike realy bad and really love. maybe even run tail lamp and indicators. Would have to get some crome springs around the top rear stays so they look like coil overs.
maybe bit too far, maybe not. Something to think about...
Turned out Great! Should turn the heads on motored and non-motored riders!
Manufactured: January 1960
Rebuilt: March 2008
Modified: May 2010
Freak Bike Militia - Great Lakes
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