Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Monday, February 27, 2012
“Ode To A Legend” was built from the ground up by René Van Tuil in Netherlands. The bike is painstakingly hand fabricated.
With modified 350 cc 1958 Bernard engine (originally Bernard static pump W110 engine) with a Solex carb modified for motorcycle throttle and a custom made breather valve between rocker boxes. Also with a reverse-gear primary drive and adapted a gm-180 clutch. Dummy magneto. Front end and all sheet metal, gas/oil tank, seat pan, exhaust is one-off. No front brake and clutch hub final drive pocket-bike rear braking system. Both wheels are 28″ alloy bicycle wrapped in Schwalbe 28” x2.00-700x48c HS 338 tires. Painted by Cor Blom. Revatu Customs. (pictures by Onno Wieringa courtesy AMD Championship) from CyrilHuze Blog