Class#1 - InViolet

Jul 1, 2014
Las Vegas Area
Went to the LV Strip today(1/1/16) and walked/rode up and down the middle section of it. The Aria in Las Vegas had this Cool, peaceful and serene water wall with a canopy that makes a nice light for pics. Polished stone


Its a Custom Bratz LowRider Build. Built with Vintage Drivetrain and some modern Parts, this is fun ride. Double brake on the rear with a three speed coaster makes it the Classic Muscle, with new Vigor and Color

Custom made Bumpers, Front and Rear. These Nerf Bars brighten it up.

With a Custom 55 spoke Laced Sturmey Archer Three Speed Coaster.

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And Shifter to Match.

Long stem to custom super stuffed tiger seat and Sissy.

The Kenda Kontacts really Brighten up the custom Iridescent Pearl paint.

I hope to get Your Vote!!

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May 14, 2013
Boise, ID
Lots of old school cool here :113:
Jul 1, 2014
Las Vegas Area
I thinks me spoted a schwinn rim...
kool lookin ride like that you based it of a lil bratz bike
very creative...

Yes Rafael, A Schwinn S2 wheel, went from 28 to 56 holes when I pulled the sturmey coaster from an S7, and doubled the holes for each. 55 spokes, because one lined up perfectly with the valve stem.

Thanks, im glad you like it. Yes, it started out as a Bratz, built by LowRider, when they were making them. There is another Bratz bike in Class 2 also.
Really enjoyed: following ,this build.
Thanks KJV. I am glad you enjoyed it.
Lots of old school cool here :113:
Thanks Scribble. This year I tried to keep in line with the brain bikes.

A cool reflective pic that was a bit washed out.

Retouched it with a little black and white.

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Jul 1, 2014
Las Vegas Area
That's one wild ride. Some great detail work. Enjoyed watching this one.
Thanks Chad. I appreciate the compliments. I am glad you enjoyed it.

I enjoyed yours and everyone else's comments and builds.

Some credit goes to the participation with this build. Seat and a few other things were worked out as I went along. I appreciate everyone's input, it would not be the bike I made without it.

Great bunch of folks on here.
You would have never convinced me purple and yellow could look so good together. Well done, its definitely a stand out.
Thanks Falstaff.

It was a gamble early on the combo, but once the colors were together, it seemed to pop. I think the red hue in the paint helped the match.

I also thought Tiger'ed out the yellow seat with the same paint, helped to blend it a bit.
That pic with the glass block and concrete it your money shot....high roller outside Vegas casino.....Nice work! Very kool!
Thanks OJ. It does look Casino-ish now that you mention it.

This is one of my other fav's out of that group.

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Aug 31, 2009
Historic Savannah
That is one groovy muscle bike.
Reminds me a bit of the Cheetos bikes.
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Jul 1, 2014
Las Vegas Area
Like that purple and yellow together and the sundown effect makes it look even better.
Thanks OJ. Yes the sun really brightened up that yellow.
Great combo!
thanks Ratrodz
It's so bright ya gotta wear shades!! Sweeeet

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Yup, i Gotta wear shades to ride it in the sun.
I was trying to find more elegant words but all I can muster is a hardy "ME LIKE!"
Elegant enuff. Thank You

one I omitted, i thought theangle was funky. Looks better this time.

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