MCW RACING UPDATE

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FINALLY READY FOR BODY AND PAINT.

WILL POST FINAL PICS WHEN IT IS ALL FINISHED. THANK YOU ALL FOR ALL YOUR PAST “POSITIVE” COMMENTS. ALL YOUR BIKES AND IDEAS ARE INSPIRING TO ME AND MAKES ME WANT TO BUILD MORE.

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RYAN BENSON

Comments

  1. shawn says:

    that front end is sick…leaf springs look bad ass!

  2. Sean from boston says:

    I’m not usualy a fan of the leaf springer but this bike just works for me great ride!!

  3. Barney says:

    Ooooooooold School, REAL old. There have been a lot of kick ass bikes posted on here lately. Is that an extinguisher tank? Great originality!

  4. MCW RACING says:

    THANXS GUYS, AND YES IT IS AN OLD EXTINGUISHER. ITS NOT DONE YET BUT SHOULD BE SOMETHING DIFFERENT

  5. Fabbastard says:

    Fabulous! I want one!!!!!

  6. Jim says:

    Love the bike, especially the front end. What size is that front wheel? A 21″ would look great.

  7. patrix says:

    You get top marks for that ONE man!! Quite a mixed bag of ingenuity and design. I love it!

  8. IOC says:

    That’s out there… 😉
    Noice Work

  9. NJ says:

    any chance you have the rear loop off your frame or know anyone who does..i’m up in boston looking for a rear loop on for my sr500. hit me back if you might have any leads

  10. MCW RACING says:

    NJ how many you need? i got’em

  11. nj says:

    Just one for now… hit me back at thelamehorse at gmail.com

  12. Ted says:

    The front end is RAD.. You will never have to worry about running out of gas. I think it would look really sweet with a blue -light blue and cream colored paint jobs. It would keep with a real vintage look.

  13. trent reker says:

    no way ted. pink & purple tribal! ha.

    seriously, sweet looking so far. dig the bend in the leaf to follow the curve of the front tire/wheel. very nice. digging the brass jug.

  14. COBBS says:

    Hey man i dont know if your going to change your gearing or not, but if you use that huge rear sprocket you’ll be lucky to get 50mph i have harley wheels on my bike too and i know harley doesn’t make smaller sprockets so i had sidewinder make me a custom one to fit the harley bolt pattern you can also make your own like im doing now a 50 series sprocket for farm equipment is the same as a 530 sprocket so i just go to JAX (farm and sporting goods store) buy a 10$ 50 series sprocket drill my holes on the mill for better precision and bam you have 75-100+$ custom sprocket hope this info helps anyone with harley wheels who wants to save money

  15. billybobber says:

    We’ll thats pretty spartan!

  16. nj says:

    Give me a call if you still have any rear loops.. 6174353283…thanks