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The Official Custom Chopper Thread!

Since we're all HD guys, it's just natural that we will like custom choppers! Post pictures of your favorite custom choppers in this thread.





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Well, at least it isn't raked to the moon with a skinny 21 inch front wheel somewhere out there past the focal length of my eys and it doesn't have a sissy bar scraping the German winter overcast. It's not another Captain America clone like all the American "customizers" (copy-cats) build. . I'll give the Europeans credit for originality, but it still sacrifices too much function to achieve some notion of "style". Never a good choice in my view. It is basically unridable for more than very short distances and you cannot carry anything on it so what's the point? It's a two wheeled Mardi Gras float.

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Well, at least it isn't raked to the moon with a skinny 21 inch front wheel somewhere out there past the focal length of my eys and it doesn't have a sissy bar scraping the German winter overcast. It's not another Captain America clone like all the American "customizers" (copy-cats) build. . I'll give the Europeans credit for originality, but it still sacrifices too much function to achieve some notion of "style". Never a good choice in my view. It is basically unridable for more than very short distances and you cannot carry anything on it so what's the point? It's a two wheeled Mardi Gras float.

The point is; It is a dammmn cool two wheeled panty remover.

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The point is; It is a dammmn cool two wheeled panty remover.
I guess I don't see it. Panty remover? No putt, no butt is the old saying and I don't see anyplace for the old lady to plant her pretty posterior on that pile. I think your bro with the cushy passenger seat is the one who is going to get some leg after the ride. Just sayin' .....

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