Hard Rider's bike

It was a nice day here in San Francisco, so i took some shots of my bike.
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Greenblazer

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Nice ride, it looks like it's ready to do some hauling. The passenger hauling ability is neato.

Later,

Allan Greenblazer
 
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gone_fishin

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that is an unbelievably nice ride...i bet you get a lot of attention with it :cool:
 
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Large Filipino

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That passenger seat is so simple yet it's genius with the foot pegs.
That is the most awesome thing I seen today.
Your bike rules!
I noticed you beefed up that rack with some metal pipes? Looks almost pvc.
Can we get a close up on how that's connected to your bike?
I could seriously copy this.
I could take my daughter to school.
She could be a hero....
 
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Hard rider

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Thanks you guys for the comments.
Yes, the rear seat is simple. I use the electrical tube to reinforce and connect it to the frame. It's been working very good. My wife who weights around 120 lbs been riding on it for about 10 hours with no problem so far. We can hit 30 MPH on flat street and climb up the hill in San Francisco with no problem and it is so much fun to ride with the passenger.
Here are some pictures. Let me know if you have any question
Hope it helps!
 

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