Sunday, October 11, 2009

Rock 'N Bike

Engine: 1991 Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 and has a jockey shift to manipulate the 4 speed transmission. Rake: 42°.
Guideline of this bike was 50's hotrods, when greasers put nice parts and luxurious paintjob to get payback of their cars on both tracks and shows. Frame is built from scrap shopping cart tubing. Aim of using engine as stressed of chassis member is to suppress low tubes and then lower engine to the max. Front end mounting is completely rigid "Springer" fork held by car steering "Uniballs" from Renault 4L. Entire bodywork is made by Art Of Racer. The overall height is 74cm. Looks nice but riding it might be a challenge also made in Fr.

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