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#830939 11/25/20 1:28 am
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Apologies if its been on before...I can't remember seeing it, but I'm older and flat out remembering where I live these days.

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More people with more time and money than sense.
One speed bump and the bike's toast!


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Air-ride will fix that, although the turning circle will still be massive.

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Originally Posted by DavidP
M.......
One speed bump and the bike's toast!

and so is the rider!


Blessed are the curious for they shall have adventures

"He knows not where he's going,
For the ocean will decide,
Its not the destination,
It's the glory of the ride"
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I always find it interesting & fascinating, seeing what people come up with. It takes imagination and forward thinking to dream up a bike like that from scratch, out of one's own mind- an impressive feat all by itself, let alone actually taking it from a dream to a rideable machine. Of course, I wouldn't want to own the bike -but I'd sure jump at a chance to take it for a spin.

EDIT: checked the guy's website, here are some rather "artful" photos of this machine

PIX HERE

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I like the long, low, steampunk one, ridden by what would appear to be a Jethro Tull fan; those photos have made the rounds many times over the years...


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