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Wow! Great job you've done on a very cool frame!
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OK, everything is done except the windshield. I didn't like the handlebars for two reasons: one, they looked like every other ape hanger bike and two, the bike wouldn't fit in the back of the van, LOL. I wanted the W-I-D-E G-L-I-D-E look. I had this pair of bars I was gonna use on my RRBBO1 bike and decided to give them a try. Lights were purchased and after some manufacturing of a light bar from a fender hangar here it is. Pictures are not great, but it's raining and I have school conferences for the next four days so I doubt i will get a chance to shoot new ones. ENJOY! It was a labor of love!
CMAN "There is no such thing as spending time irresponsibly when it comes to bikes. "Honey will you take the garbage out?" (Sure that gives me at least 10-15 minutes in the garage with and excuse)
It came out great! The lights and bars are a nice touch. Sorry that Brooks Saddle wasn't a touch lighter blue. Looks good on there though. Have you ridden it? Was the hump in the seat a pain or is it OK? I never mounted it on a bike and tried it.
Keep in mind, I am an idiot.
coulda swore i already posted on this ??
bars look sweet, i thought you just bent the apes for a second there !!!
definately get some whistles rollin on that beauty !!!
(how bout a shot from the back if ya get time)
Lovely bike! Cool bars, awesome chain guard, great paint and really nice bags! everything great! BUT! do the lights work?
"We'll ride til the planets collide!" - Tenacious D
very very cool bike Joe good luck in the voting!
Very nice! Excellent! Excellent! Any plans for some fenders down the road? I think that will really bring the bike together. Looks awesome tho!
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