rat rocket – Jason Zoschke

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Jason – It all started out as a 73tx650 that i got for $300. Soon after that i had it hardtailed by now a good friend Ron Paladino. Ron did an awesome job on it. I brought it home and took it to my shop at work and began crafting. I picked up the Unity headight for $10 at a swap meet and got the “stop” with glass lense from a fellow rodder. Continue Reading →

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THE WASTEOID

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3 frustrating years in the making…more pics to come, still some loose ends and paint…1980… Continue Reading →

CRIB MOTOR CYCLE

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kapten trätand dickheads

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Kapten- I bought this bike 2009, it was allmost orginal, But it was not a pretty sight! I rebuilt the frame from a softtail to a hardtail, bought a sporster tank from a friend and I customized it smaller, the back fender is from a  triumph, but its actually a front fender. And the other parts I found over the years and rebuilt some of them.

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Video – XS650 FENLAND CHOPPERS

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Simon Wright’s XS650 bobber. Currently in the Fenland Choppers workshop being finished off to the pre paint stage. currently work in progress. Pipes tacked up and ready to weld. Came to us as an unfinished project which already had been hardtailed. We have fitted DNA springers, Avon sm tyres on Harley heritage wheels. 10″ shovelhead discs, jap calipers on one-off hanger bkts. one-off handlebars with built in risers. Elswick style battery holder. one-off exhaust in 1-3/4″ stainless steel. one of our bar hopper seat kits. 5″ ribbed rear guard with our struts. Stainless sidemount tailight. dummy oil tank/electric box.

Grip it and rip it

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Got this 79′ xs650 as a parts bike. decided to just build it, cheap and simple. I tried making as much as possible with the limited tools that I posses. Rebuilt forks w/ progressive springs, dirt bike throttle assembly, scooter front master cyclinder, custom window bars. Continue Reading →