Thanks Funk! You are right, it is a massive bike, probably wont do one in this scale again, already sick of disassembly and reassembly just to take it for pictures... :roll:Funkme said:I was wondering does it even fit into a bicycle catagory??? :mrgreen: That thang is massive. :shock:MONSTER BIKE :shock: Well done Luke.Has been a excellent build from the start to finish...
I see lots of goodies in that barn... :wink:
:shock: Not going to happen! Tall bike? Maybe... Massive car tires on a tall bike? No! I value my life too highly... :wink:kingfish254 said:Next year, I want to see a Tall Bike version of this. :mrgreen:
Exactly the response I hoped the bike would bring! Thanks PHK!pkh1974 said:Absolutely amazing! Super cool bike. I wanna ride it
Thanks Troy, and thanks for your encouragement and enthusiasm through the whole build!jats said:Wow Luke this really is incredible!! very nice job :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: 8) 8) 8)
Thanks Geech!geech34-2nd said:Lot of welding, lot of fun----well done
Thanks Steve! Those wheels look amazing in the photos, they look not quite that good in real life but very happy with how it all came out!MplsCoaster said:Can't believe I missed your final work, WELL DONE!!
Really like the way it's such a huge bike but you built it to have a lightness
The orange wheels really pop! The fat tires are awesome! Great stance 8) 8)
Thanks Tater! I would love to see their faces when they read that post!!! :lol:Tater said:Luke, that build is nugginfutz. :shock: 8)
Let's see it jump something or some downhill action and don't forget to post some pics over on the Weight Weenies Forum. :lol:
Those videos are freaking awesome!!!LukeTheJoker said:Edit: Video links below!
Car-park figure 8's (rideabilty evidence!): http://youtu.be/IWiLRD4-SNo
Klunker slide attempt, before I realised that the brake would not lock the back wheel and I didn't want to spend the night in hospital!: http://youtu.be/jD4ielS6Ncc
Downhill on dirt. i.e. "I want to get off!": http://youtu.be/K-SQA6jZPrQ
Father-In-Law complains about length: http://youtu.be/2NS9DJf3IF8
Thanks King!kingfish254 said:Those videos are freaking awesome!!!
Thanks Frameteam! Just love your build, pretty sure one of my votes is heading your way, yours is the bike I want the most!frameteam2003 said:Way to go Luke! Funny how our builds were so far apart but both need Videos to show them working. I really liked seeing your turns on it as the wheels/tires lift on the edge. And your a big dude, that bike really fits you.
Thanks RatRod! Possibiltiy of a RRBFB bike of the day after the build-off? hint, hint??? :lol:Rat Rod said:That last video with your Father-in-Law cracked me up. :lol:
I love this whacky cool Australian monster stretch cruiser. :mrgreen:
:lol: Awesome!Jz5811 said:I dont even know where to start with this, oh thats right, I want to ride it!!!!
Thanks Chips!Chips_Mahoy said:Luke, that thing is the most ridiculously cool & original bike build I think I've ever seen! I now to you sir! Well done!!! 8) 8)
Thanks Jats! :lol:jats said:Luke!!!!! Pm me for shipping instructions! I understand that you can not include steaks but that is ok! I await your reply as this matter is time sensitive. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Bank of Jats
You got my vote!!!!!!!!!!!!
Upside down and back the front, if I could have made it ride on the ceiling I would have! :wink:Machine Age Victim said:Such an insane build, from how you did it to the actual finished bike! True devotion to the Build Off!! I keep thinking "of course an Aussie would put the chain on the wrong side." I could never get used to the light switches and the car wipers/turn signals being backwards during my visit.