The "Orfan Annie" from RedRock Cycles

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  1. Cheech

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    Here where we live in WV. we get together for Hot Rod Rallies and a bunch of us bring vintage bicycles, motorbikes and street racers.The "Orfan Annie" is a little Ditty I put together as a street racer for this rally season.As the season progresses this bike will do some morphing.We have another one in the wings which will have all Disc Brakes,Multi-speed Jackshaft setup,Boost/Nitrous kit as well as a racing exhaust."Orfan Annie" is for testing and banging around,so far so good as far as performance.Were trying a variety of sprocket sizes from Manic Mechanic and a better chain tensioner.Basically were all using PowerKing motors in order to start out on the same playing field but,other than that it's all out on the bolt-on parts and mods.Take a look...
    Cheech..."Ride the Breeze."
     

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    bairdco a guy who makes cool bikes

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    when they're painting the lines in the street, your supposed to stay off them!

    just kidding. the bike's an eye catcher, for sure.
     
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    My Eyes Have Been Violated !!!!!
     
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    I love it! Make a video for all us who lack a imagination :)
     
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    I do like the bike. I definately would ride it, but the rubber would have to go. I love the choice of fueltanks you've designed to use on your bikes. Could you give us a closeup pic of fuel petcock on your fueltank. Thanks, rustymullet
     
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    I am very worried about the chain guide being on the top chain on the engine drive side
     
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    Fear not its a spring-loaded tensioner and works quite well.I try to keep the chain taut as possible and use the tensioner to prevent throttle down chain slap and backlash...Cheech
     
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    I don't have a left side view of this bike but,here's a view from one of my other bikes,of the petcock
    can be turned in which ever direction necessary for the fuel line.Take a look...Cheech
     

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    I love the bike, but those tires are a bit too much for me as well....
     
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    OMG! Im Blind..

    I love it, what a awsome job :)
     
  11. Cheech

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    Like i said Guys this Bike is for bike shows and Rallys.I promise those "SweetSkinz will not bite you.It's OK you can come closer.Also if you'll look closely those tires have nighttime light reflective material embedded the white stripes for safety.We just thought we'd push things a little when your in a battle of paint jobs and change.Alright...Everyone step back to you little black bike at the prom...there;s a reason why she's called "Orfan Annie" kids BoooHaHaHaHa..HA..Ha.Sorry didn't mean to get carried away besides her Boyfriend "BobBruiser" might get 'T'ed off you guys talkin' about her shoes like that...hehehehe....Cheech
     

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    #6-7 permalink,,,spring loaded guide on top,dosent that allow a bunch of slack on the bottom chain when accelerating?(possible bunching chain and jumping teeth?)
    ......I like the paint job,they can't say they didn't see you!!
     
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    Thanks for the pics. Your a gentleman and a scholar. rustymullet
     

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