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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by weekend-fun, Sep 19, 2009.
What Is The COOLEST bike you have ever seen? Or type of bike? any pics?
Not a motorized bike but a super-lightweight motorcycle. Derbi DH 2.0
Also a motorcycle but with pedals Timeless Motor Company
This one has pedals and qualifies as a moped due to a larger motor. A bit pricey however. I believe the price on it is 1 million. Chicara
Wow, they like tossing around a lot of $20 words to describe that thing. lol
It's sitting in my garage...but if I didn't feel that way, I would have built something different.
I like any bike thats fabricated by an individual with his hands. Ive learned so much I wish I had a garage to work in to do some ideas myself, oh well at least I can tinker alot. My favorite looking bike is probably some of the low riders the way they look.
Drooling over this one.
I also throw in my vote for the 2008 Specialized Fatboy in Gloss Metalic Blue Pinstripe.
I would love to have one of these someday.
It's a Pipelyne Boxer.
Cool bike gearnut is that a morini? It looks like that frame was made for that engine. Ill bet that will go like a bat out of ****!
The "Timeless" hmmmmm. Just rocks big time. But the love of my life (and many will laugh) is my wally world PB with a Honda. Have to have the patented 2Door bent seat post! But bar none I have ever seen, rode or dreamed of, this is just the best MB I know of. Looks so demure here. Is why I love her.
I may be a simple man with simple wants, but she is awesome!
Yes, it is a Morini engine.
Not "legal" for street use.
Still, I bet it would also be a blast to ride offroad.
the fatboy is an amazing bike, I have seen 2 and drooled like a teething baby both times
Here's a couple of my favorites....
Thats kewl bike!
Those Bikes are, they are, JUst Undescribalbe by my little vocabulary
I don't currently have a picture but I'm looking. I saw this thing on the news a couple of nights ago. Its a trike, set up so handicapped kids can see what it feels like to ride a bike. It had a small front seat with seatbelts and handlebars so the little rider can actually look as if he's in control. The real rider sits behind him with the pedals and working handlebars. My wife, a nurse at the Denver's Children's Hospital said she sees them there often. The owners bring them to take patients for rides. Has anyone ever seen one of these things, and who makes them? If I can find a good photo I'll edit this and add it.
i love to have one of these. 1930's skeezix.
y'know, i could probably build one of them... hmmm.
Thank you very much!
Wow! A riveted together, belt driven bicycle.
That is cool!
I like how there is no seat post tube. It gives is a very "airy" look.
Here ya go,
They bring these bikes out to our special needs schools
Here is there web site
Freedom Concepts - Adventurer Series - Adventurer Tandem