Malaysian Batpod by Eastern Bobber
Eastern Bobber are bike buider based in Malaysia.
We build, we modify, we sell.
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Kustom 1969 Triumph Bobber "Black Adder", built by Dan Patterson of Angry Monkey Motorcycles
Meet "Black Adder", a freshly chopped 1969 TriumphT120 bobber, built by Dan
Patterson of Angry Monkey Motorcycles. This bike has fully polished
cases/head/boxes, and a motor built from the sludge-trap up with custom
cams and all top shelf parts, paint by Heacase kustoms in Pasadena CA. Dan
even dressed up a bit for the unvieling of this beast. Ha Ha!
See more at www.angrymonkeymotorcycles.com
V8 Chopper Torque
Want to wake up your V8 Chopper ? 450Hp Pro1 Dart Heads, Roller Cam &
RK CONCEPTS Chain Bike 08.01.2009
RK Concepts Chain Bike. (www.rkconcepts.com)
This bike was entered into the 2009 AMD World Championship Motorcycle Build
Contest. Rafik Kaissi conceived & built this bike from scratch out of his
apartment garage by himself.
alot of these pieces were custom made and the guys at rottwieler bikes put
in alot of wrench time for me. all tins where rhino lined at line-x, it
only cost 150$
1970 Triumph Custom Chopper Bobber Motorcycle Bonneville Harley Hardtail For Sale
www.ironfist666.com custom metal work
1970 Triumph Bonneville T120 Custom Chopper / Bobber
(advertised locally, I reserve the right to end auction at anytime if the
reserve is not met)
Custom Built Vintage Style chopper with a sort of bobber, board track
style, draws a crowd everywhere it goes, everyone loves the bike, and takes
pictures of it. I build Hot Rods, bikes and do a lot of metal art work, and
I think a major part of building is getting the stance right and other
visuals right. Tires, colors, types of metals (brass, coppers, chromes,
etc. ) must all work together, flow together and not look like a bunch of
aribtrary pieces bolted on. This bike sits just right and everything on it
works visually well together.
Lots of custom parts, custom gas tank with patina look paint made with a
60's feel, it looks great, I made it looked aged with some deliberate
crackling, it has a great custom look, it has dusted in gold flake over
black, pinstriped old school scallop front, patterned spotting (old doily
method) with an early 60's Speedboat gas cap, clear fuel line fuel sight
True hardtail frame, right side Jockey Shift with 2 shift knobs (one glass
door knob - 1 NYCity Public School Door Knob), right foot rear brake. No
front brake (it has the caliper bracket if you want to add one later)
hardcore old school, but works well on this bike.
Super easy to ride and shift, very natural motion. I built this bike to be
fun and easy to ride and it is. It's real low and lean, steering
is nice and light.
650cc engine Single Amal carb / tiger head, runs great, starts first or
second kick, real easy to kick over
Just built and hot rodded by wiseguycustoms Hot Rods ready to bar hop for
I been riding it everyday for the last few weeks and hate to sell it. I
build my cars and bikes to ride, not as show pieces, but more people will
check out this bike than some new bolt together piece of junk all these
companies are turning our.
This is a great raw, custom bike, it leaks a little, it rattles a little,
it has some flaws, it isn't perfect but it's meant to be ridden hard
everyday and not worry about scratching it.
If you've ever owned a British bike you know what I mean.
custom painted tins
old school model A ford type brake light
1" new drag bars this spring with new grips, cables and levers in 09'.
New tires 09' - vintage champion delux - 400x18 rear, 325x19 front old
school car tires give it a hint of bobber / board track style
Alligator embossed leather seat, new springs
Pazon electronic ignition
Rear AP-Lockheed disc brake, new brake lines
Carb kit/rebuild 09'
Custom octagon oil tank
New electric and oil/fuel lines - 09'
all fresh fluids
wrapped Exhaust - bike is quiet
despite the short pipes
Hardtail frame - not a bolt or weld on
Titled - transferable NY registration, registered as a 1966 Triumph
MORE PICTURES AND A VIDEO TO COME, CALL OR EMAIL WITH QUESTIONS
I love the way this bike came out so much I may pull the auction and decide
to keep it in the stable for a few years, who knows maybe tomorrows ride
will change my mind, but for now it's up for grabs.