that's what's his face's bike no? is that an old pic or is he back on the road?
Do I see an axe blade brake and a large caliber bullet on the kicker? Curious to see what implements of destruction are on the other side. Sledge hammer jockey shift?
Oddly, I think an open end wrench implemented more destruction to that bike that any of the do-dads stuck on it.
What is this, The Horse BSC blog?!
All I can think of is Mike finally getting it to turn over. I didn't think a top end could sound like that.Oh yeah, and the signal lights are faucet knobs.
I dig the bones of it, but could definitely do without the doodads.
The coolest thing was the engraving on the brake hub that you can't see too clearly...
Yup, Chris' bike from last year. Not sure if he ever got it straightened out. Lots of gimmicky stuff, but the cool thing is that everything was hand made and engraved. The engraving was righteous, but I didn't get many pictures of it. You need to look close to see all the work he put into it. He did everything himself. Pretty talented and a good guy to talk to.Some of his froends, not so much...