Modern Boardtracker - 1st Build

Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by spitball, Jan 5, 2009.

  1. spitball

    spitball New Member

    Hello all,

    Been lurking in the shadows for a while, finally got inspired by all of the great work on this site to attempt my first build. The plan was to build my modern interpretation of a boardtracker, almost as if what I thought the guys would be building if they were still racing them today. I still have a lot of work to do before its under power but have been rolling around on it in the shop, can't wait for the motor noises to be "real" haha!! Well anyways here it is, hope you enjoy... Some specs: custom frame & tank, raw 80 cc, king top hat adapter & 34t sprocket...... Need to fab mount for rear disc caliper & install petcock in tank after that I'll be pretty close to assembling for a test run. I plan to ride it as is for a while & trouble shoot before I paint in a retro theme.
     

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  2. seca40

    seca40 New Member

    I'm stunned. I need to regroup before I can comment further.
     
  3. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    AWESOME!!!!

    :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:
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  4. Very imaginative. Massive props to you. You definitely made sure there would be room for the motor... you could fit a V-twin in there. That thing has fast and fun written all over it.
     
  5. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    nice -- very nice looking custom motor bike

    when you are up and riding -- many will be a looking

    at that MB THING !!!
     
  6. seca40

    seca40 New Member

  7. spitball

    spitball New Member

    keepnon...v-twin mmmmmm...now that's an idea :idea:.... just kidding i kinda like my little 80cc monster haha! thanks all for the kind words.....
     
  8. seca40

    seca40 New Member

  9. SirJakesus

    SirJakesus Guest

    Spitball that thing looks fantastic!
    I can't wait to see it complete and with paint! Great job so far, it's incredibly unique.
     
  10. h0tr0d

    h0tr0d Member

    Very Bad ***!
     
  11. bully

    bully New Member

    schweet!
     
  12. Alaskavan

    Alaskavan Guest

    Beautiful build. Very excellent.
    I have a set of those Noleen forks on my K2. Don't know if it is, or may be, a prob for you, but on the K2 they were a little "twitchy" at speed. I disassembled and reversed them so the axle bolt is in front of the forks. That calmed it down nicely.
     
  13. very cool, can't wait to see the finished product.
     
  14. butch27

    butch27 Guest

  15. mikem

    mikem Member

    Work of Art

    Beautiful metal sculpture!
    :2thumbsup:
     
  16. ltrbrooks

    ltrbrooks New Member

    That...

    ...IS...

    ...Fantastic
     
  17. Now that's what I call elegant...
    (I give up...)

    O.S.M.
     
  18. ok i need to know a few things.

    what are those rims called? and have you gotten the rear disk brake to work with a chain?
     
  19. spitball

    spitball New Member

    Not sure what the wheels are called but here is a link to ebay where i bought them from:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Unique-No-Spoke...0|66:2|65:12|39:1|240:1318|301:1|293:1|294:50

    Or you could just go to the cycling section & do a search for "no spoke", this is how they are listed.

    Don't remember paying that much for shipping though, they are available in several different colors & speeds.

    Still working on the rear disc, fabbed up a caliper mount this weekend but haven't "commited" to welding it on the frame yet. It seems to work but I guess I'm holding off just in case I come up with a better solution. I will post some pics once I get it all sorted out. Been busy at the office lately & progress has slowed a bit. Hope this info helps.....
     
  20. brendonv

    brendonv Member

    dang! Thats one nice bike. You should be very very very very very very very very proud of your work of art. Can wait to see it all done and u riding it. XD
     
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