I hope so!Good idea on marking the pics, might bring some new members to the site.
@N.Kildare1718's pics were what made me think of it, it looks really good on his, very professional!I noticed Kildare did that on all his as well. Probably a good idea to have a logo / indicator on our pics from here on out. Also help in the archived photos on this site so we old guys can remember who built what....
Thanks @G-Matt!Nice work Luke you do some impressive work . Always enjoy your builds . Turning scrap into one of a kind rolling & rideable art .
Thanks BikeBum!You did it again Luke! Love this bike!
Thanks 1HP! I think it is my favorite because of the engineering in the diff, but Pedro probably wins on all out craziness!That build luke tops all your previous ones , its such a masterpeice
i always enjoyed watching all the mechanics and craftsmanship in your builds
yeah how you add the logo ? 1 by 1 in photoshop ? or you found a trick to add it automatically somehow ?
Thanks Chad! This was a fun one!Super amazing build!!! Looks cool. Good idea with the water mark.
Glad you liked that!see you next year
Yeah, the paint came out great, really happy with it! I am learning a fair bit each time I do the flake jobs, and really enjoying them now.Bike looks good, that metal flake is like 12 feet deep. (4 meters)
The Australian fly... Yeah, they do drive me nuts, but I needed to get a video...Those bugs in the vid would have driven me crazy!
Bike looks like a great riding machine.
I have worked out how to do it for a future build, but it won't be happening on this one!Looks like she cruises nice...need some gears to out run those flies......triple dog dare you to put a couple derailleurs in there...
___________________________________________Unfortunately the time has come to sell the 'FlipTheScript' trike.
My secret project that I have been working on is to build a limited production run of frames, the set up to do that is fairly expensive though, I have built bending jigs already but now I need to place an order for laser cut parts and build the main assembly jig, all of which costs money, so, 'FlipTheScript' got listed up today on some local FaceBook pages.
I will be sad to see it go, but I am also really looking forward to getting these frames happening!
Good luck Luke.
How's the luck selling on the local Facebook pages?...are these bike groups specifically, or general sell anything like Offer up...or Craigslist? just curious.
It was great to see this one go from conception , to all of the fabrication , to that last ride in the video...