Drunken Wisdom

Intoxicating Gibberish From the Guy at the End of the Bar

Drunken Wisdom header image 2

Chopper Complete

February 14th, 2006 · 10 Comments

Not much time to spend with you all, today. I’m relegated to guerilla posting… maybe for the rest of the week. Hopefully I can spend a bit of time with you all, later.

My youngest brother, R, just finished up his chopper this fall, and he sent me some pics of the finished product. It’s lookin’ sweet, though you may find it kinda bland. It was built that way on purpose… he built it to sell, and figured that whoever bought it could customize their own paint. As it is, I think it looks pretty damned sharp.

This thing was a blast to work on. My help was minimal, but I did get to work on the frame, and fitting up the tank. I also picked that damn engine up Gott knows how many times. Especially when we were fitting the frame to it. That’s a big chunk of metal!

I’d give you some of the specs and components if I knew them all, but I don’t. So I won’t. But I will tell you that the frame, tank, and fenders are from West Coast Choppers. The shift linkage and fender struts are made from chain welded solid. You can probably see that best in the bottom pic.

Anyway, check it out… (R is the rider, btw.)

Kutter_20th_Anniversary_036.jpg
Swollerization by Clickeration
bikes_001.jpg
Swollerization by Clickeration

Damn, I’m looking forward to riding that thing!

Oh, and in case you thought I forgot, here’s the guerilla posting.

Tags: General

10 responses so far ↓

  • 1 oddybobo // Feb 14, 2006 at 11:07 am

    I love it! I wish it were mine!

    I don’t ride. I was forbidden as a child. My dad rides though and always has – he’s a Harley man. I am intent on learning, though (on the stealth).

  • 2 Contagion // Feb 14, 2006 at 12:13 pm

    OOOoooooo… It makes me want to buy a motorcycle again.

  • 3 Teresa // Feb 14, 2006 at 3:12 pm

    Now I finally have someone I can ask this question… don’t your arms get tired riding that thing with them stretched out and up like that? I’ve seen these kind of bikes on television and the first thing I think of is – how can you ride for more than half an hour without getting hand cramps from no blood flow?

    Not to mention – isn’t it uncomfortable to be nearly jack-knifed into a big Vee? *grin* No I have no desire to ride a motorcycle – why do you ask?

  • 4 RedNeck // Feb 14, 2006 at 3:55 pm

    Nice scoot man. Don’t fret the paint scheme. There is a “Raider fan” somewhere, that will spike it out, like it ought to be spiked proper, and no doubt put pirate flags, skulls, and skull and crossed bones all over that thing… then, they will bolt a sidecar to it for their “ol’ lady”.

  • 5 Tammi // Feb 14, 2006 at 5:54 pm

    Damn – that turned out sweet!!

    You sure he’ll be able to part with it???

  • 6 Jim - PRS // Feb 15, 2006 at 2:53 am

    Very nice, but it looks like it could be a bit rough on the stindeens.

  • 7 azindiandoll // Feb 15, 2006 at 6:24 am

    Sharp! It must be in the air- last night just about everyone in the bar I work at was talking about their bikes and where they would be riding to this summer. Mmmm warm weather sun leather and chrome what more could a person want!

  • 8 armywifetoddlermom // Feb 15, 2006 at 12:02 pm

    “thatrs schweet” (best Cartman voice I can muster)

    just in time for Daytona…..

  • 9 armywifetoddlermom // Feb 15, 2006 at 12:03 pm

    “thats schweet” (best Cartman voice I can muster)

    just in time for Daytona…..

  • 10 Dash // Feb 17, 2006 at 6:25 pm

    Very nice!