Thanks Junknutz! Looking forward to seeing what you come up with!junknutz1975 said:luke that thing is awesome! you do good work 8)
i am anxious for summer to come so i can get to tinkering. too nippy here in new england right now :?
sweet bike! :mrgreen:
Thanks Dr T!Dr. Tankenstein said:Dang Luke! That turned out AMAZING!! Muscle bike? More like a muscle bike on STEROIDS!
Dig it mate!
Glad it made your favorites book Lucas!Lowlife Lucas said:Wow, it turned out absolutely awesome! 8)
I knew it would though :wink:
That paint looks great, this bike is in my favorites book now
Thanks Lucas. Too bad you lost interest but I know what it can be like... I loose interest in things real easy and go off to do something else. Perhaps you will finish it some other time.Lowlife Lucas said:Nice job, Glen! I like it 8)
Thanks for the compliments, Luke. You can use any idea you like... nothing really new on there though. The front light came wired with the batteries inside and the switch on the top. The back light came with a 12v bulb and was sold as a "Dummy Bee Light" in either red or blue lens. I did a bit of "rat" modifying inside to get it functional with the on/off button beneath.LukeTheJoker said:Glen, that turned out awesome! It looks like it is a ball to ride, and appears to be a rocket ship with that full gearset! :shock:
Awesome colour choice too, works in really well with the red wheels and whitewalls! I am glad you got the close up on the front brake, I did not realise you had an extension spring on the other end. I am guessing the batteries for the lights are in the lights? I cant see a battery box anywhere...
Thanks for sharing those awesome pics with us.
I think I am going to have to build one like yours now, I love the lines and the fact you can run a full gear spread! Ok with you if I borrow some ideas? Not for a build off or anything, just to build a cool bike! :wink: