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Richard

To each his own I guess. IMO, what could have been a really nice cruiser, is now a mess of wires, batteries and lights.

Raiyn

+1 Richard There's a difference between "hacks" and "butchery"

Matt

Well I for one will step in and defend Brandon =)

Bikes are a reflection of who we are and what we want them to be. To me, a bike that still looks like it did when it came out of the factory is a representation of only the corporation that produced it. Yes there are some independent bike builders out there but still, a bike is a blank canvas waiting to be personalized.

Ride proud Brandon . . . no one is going to miss you, especially at night!

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What a cool bike! Thanks for sharing. Great pics too!

Jeff

It is a curious result. I would turn my old bike into a cool bike. and I know the web site http://www.awholesalecompany.com offer many bicycle equipments online.

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Imran Khan

That was a really amazing piece of writing!

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Ethan Mayfield

I love the bike! I have a 1987 good vibrations cruiser. It was a gift from a friend,but was in identical condition. Mine also has the original back tube in the tire. But instead of restoring mine.... I decided to dismember a pocket bike that I had and put the motor, wiring harness, horn, and battery on the cruiser. I decided to put fixie front rim,tire, and handle bars on the cruiser I had laying around. I have alot of bikes,parts, ect.. I have around $20-30 bucks in the whole project(I paid $20 for the pocket bike on CL). I call it the 49cc Deathtrap. I designed and built the bike from the ground up. It doesn't look fast in the video, but IT IS! I live in North Hollywood, CA, so its hard to find room to open her up. But so far i have gotten it up to 40 mph, but ran out of room. Plus i need to get a tag, insurance, lights, ect.. Awesome build Brandon!! Cruising in style!

"Chrome don't make it go fast"

Ethan Mayfield

http://youtu.be/Q1yPA8T9RLg

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