yet one more one the road



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locoWelder

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me and my good friend Bill in NC did this together I made the bike on my 3D cad program and He built it from my plans 8)
 
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beast775

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yipes

holy smokes!ive seen it all now,that wheels big enough to fit a motor on the axle inside the wheel,no need for kickstands ...............
 
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OldPete

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Only being pragmatic when I ask...What brake is going to slow down/stop that huge/heavy rear tire? High school physics did offer something about rotational mass. :eek:

When turning the bike will be lifted by that wide, square tire. That will offer new learning opportunities for sure. :D

Great show bicycle non-the-less. :cool:
 
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wavygravy

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locos bike

that is an absolutely awesome look dude! did you build the rear wheel & spoke it? let us know how she handles! ect!
 
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Dockspa1

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Ya Loco you are. Thats pretty wild man. I would have thought you would need at least a 12" sprocket on the back just to get that beast to move.
Is that a home made rim?
What next 8)
 
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