I liked it also. There were only a few things that were welded to my frame. I'm sure that I could have found ways to drill and bolt everything and entered essentially the same bike, but the relaxed rules actually made mine less complicated and structurally stronger.I actually really like the anything goes lay out. It gives way to full freedom which I'm all for
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Too cool..........................dang it! that was my lofty ambition! Maybe next year if my brain degrades enough! LOL!Yep I love the diversity of the builds here,from tall bikes to klunkers,3 wheelers,4 wheelers,sidecars,motorized,limos,boardtrackers,burritos,steampunk,restored,nutty,whacky. It seems to exercise everyones brain to think more
I would like to Thank every one who has voted for me.
I am happy that I am in the top 10(that was my lil secret)
But enjoyed watching all the builds as they progressed into rolling contraptions.
I had build off 10 planned before this year's build off started. I think we are all going to be pulling out the stops for the 10th anniversary of the build off.Lots of COOL BIKES, good job.
Makes me wonder about next years RRBBO number 10.
I bet there are a lot of bikes being planned for that, starting now, I know I AM.