Fwd for more Readers' Rides




Editors Note: People send me all kindsa great and strange pictures of the stuff they're working on and what they think makes up the perfect chopper. I figured it was only fair to share this stuff with everybody. If you want us to publish a pix of your project or finished scoot, send 'em HERE, if you don't want 'em published, don't send 'em (duh...)

Cool site!!! The pic is piss poor quality, but I just rode 50 miles in F-cold 
weather and just want a shot and shake the damn icicles off of me not sitting 
posing for that picture! 

TMO Igor

Brrrr. Is that snow in the background? Time for whiskey now!
-Warren


Hey Warren,

Great site! I wanted to send you a shot of my bike for the readers rides section. It's a 1979 Sportster rigid. I got tired of all the bullshit that went along with that year, so I kept the front end and power plant and rebuilt the rest.Aside from the top-end work, me and a buddy did all the work by hand in his garage. We started in early December of '99 and finished in time to get her to Daytona...It is based on a Jammer frame - no stretch and 5 degrees over rake. I will be tweaking a few things and taking it up to Myrtle next month.
Arlen Who?

Take it easy!

Ironhed79

Classic style man. I agree, that year was a hound dog. Ya did the right thing!
-Warren


I'VE SEEN A COUPLE OF ENGLISH BIKES ON YOUR SIGHT AND FIGURED ONE MORE WONT HURT.RECENTLY FINISHED(02-05-00) THIS IS MY '71TRIUMPH 650 W/A TIGER HEAD (SINGLE CARB) THIS LITTLE PROJECT TOOK ME ABOUT 18 MONTHS AND ABOUT $2000.00.I WAS ABLE TO SAVE A LITTLE BY DOING ALL MY OWN POWDER COATING AND A LITTLE OF METAL-FAB (NOTICE THE TAIL-LIGHT BRACKET)ANYWAY ,LOOKING AT OTHER BIKES HAS ALWAYS HELPED ME W/MY CREATIVE BUILDING PROCESS,MAYBE THESE COULD HELP SOMEONE ELSE THE SAME WAY.READY TO START PROJECT #2!!!

jody@intrapackcorp.comj

Feast yer eyes, trumpet builders. It's amazing what a little time a real LITTLE bit o' dough will do.
-Warren