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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by jehu, Oct 5, 2007.
We have the Cafe, Road racer and Bobber threads. How's about a few of these.
a real beauty !
Really cool, thanks for the look.
Any more pics of this? I've always liked the XS flattracker conversions and that's the coolest damn bike I've seen here in a long time. Sorta like the proposed XR1200 from HD, but better. Just sifted through several pages of search results on Google, but couldn't find anything on Mule Motors.
Thanks! Just spent an hour or so ogling his work. If I ever come into a little extra $$$........
The Not Serious 750?
This is an unusual bike for a streettracker,but it really looks the part.It'd make a nice gravel and back road streettracker - the GR650 has a dual mass flywheel,at low revs it's heavy for smooth running grunt,at high revs it has a light flywheel.If I come across one cheap enough I'd think about doing the same thing.
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/az-johnny/6188240267/" title="Wood Rotax Flat Tracker by AZjohnny, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6166/6188240267_f676fe4ec4_b.jpg" width="1024" height="688" alt="Wood Rotax Flat Tracker"></a>
Nope, sorry. I did find this one though:
That's Bill Gately's ( www.bonnevilleperformance.com ) Hinckley Bonnie.. nice bike..
I'd name that bike Johnny 5.
Well to each his own. ME? I think a street tracker ought to have a nice largeish round headlamp.
Love the street and flat trackers!
This flat tracker picture is inspiring on a multitude of levels.
One determined rider, though!