Monday, 12 October 2009
Oz`s bike (the rigid chopper ) looks like it may be an older build , which has been given a makeover in the smooth and chunky late eighties style.
The pre unit Triumph motor in the stretched and raked BSA frame is classic English chopper material .
Neil`s orange Streetracker is a total contrast .I could live without the rearsets , but otherwise this is a great Bitza hooligan machine .
Love the seat unit and that`s a great colour for a bike like this .
I`d have to change a heap of stuff on Oz`s bike if it was mine , but back in`92 mag wheels and psuedo HD styling were very much `in`.
Thunderbirds look great in any build style.
I think Ginge ( who gets mentioned in the first line of the article) might be the same bloke who built the 45" in a BSA previously featured here.
Posted by missinglink at 13:23