Re: Clever Bike Names
My last bike was a 66cc china girl in a Walmart Huffy, which I named The Dark Rider. I took that bike as far as I was able to in terms of upgrades and safety, and she still let me down when she decided she didnt want to start one day. Rather than continuing to throw money at a bike that I had already spent well over a grand on, I decided to go non-kit. Built up an American made Schwinn frame with a 98cc minibike engine. Everything that I wanted out of my last bike and didn't get, I've found in my new bike. The old bike has been stripped apart and even the engine disassembled. I feel that the name The Dark Rider is more appropriate for my new bike than it was for my old bike. It may not be all that original, but I'm doing it anyway.