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Old 05-08-2006, 10:40 AM   #21
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whats up eith that huge front tire ??
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Old 05-08-2006, 11:08 AM   #25
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Too bad it would lose on Biker Build-off to a less ingenius design with a brighter/flashier paint scheme. :eh:
1/2 of the time they just pick the old school builder thats well know to all the chopper fans.
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Old 05-08-2006, 05:46 PM   #26
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The radial engine chopper was at this show, Legend of the motorcycle. KTM GPs to Cyclone board trackers to Crocker bobbers to that radial bike.
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Old 05-08-2006, 05:52 PM   #27
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And Russ mitchell is no inovator, hes a capitolizer. Hes a great dude, realy nice guy, met him at the ROT last year, but he hasnt done anything new or special, just made it widly available. He took a traditionalist bike and wipped it up with some nifty euro trends and we got exile. Jesse Rooke, Hank Young, Mat Hotch, Shinya Kimura, these guys are inovating, making changes.
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Old 05-08-2006, 05:56 PM   #28
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Just to steal a little more thunder, heres a zero, samurai style low slung knuck. Radial-engine chopper
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Too bad it would lose on Biker Build-off to a less ingenius design with a brighter/flashier paint scheme. :eh:
hahahaha, yeah, some POS bike put together from a catalogue and have more chrome doo-dads, thats all people care about
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Old 05-08-2006, 09:37 PM   #31
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Pretty similar, but its there latest, I gots to find a pic of thier other new trump street tracker.
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And Russ mitchell is no inovator, hes a capitolizer. Hes a great dude, realy nice guy, met him at the ROT last year, but he hasnt done anything new or special, just made it widly available. He took a traditionalist bike and wipped it up with some nifty euro trends and we got exile. Jesse Rooke, Hank Young, Mat Hotch, Shinya Kimura, these guys are inovating, making changes.

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Old 05-09-2006, 11:07 AM   #35
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He hasnt done anything that is new, he just knows how to run his business. He marketed the out of his brake sproter and his internal clutch ( that might be his desighn), he makes a good product, he runs a good businesss and hes a greatguy. sorry, but the fat bob front tire look that you guys like so much has been around a helluva lot longer than exile. Alot of his headlight deisghns come from street fighters.
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He hasnt done anything that is new, he just knows how to run his business. He marketed the out of his brake sproter and his internal clutch ( that might be his desighn),
Hence the label of 'innovator'. Although, i'm still trying to figure out what a sproter is.. lol

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he makes a good product, he runs a good businesss and hes a greatguy. sorry, but the fat bob front tire look that you guys like so much has been around a helluva lot longer than exile. Alot of his headlight deisghns come from street fighters.
Yes, we know. It's nice that someone is willing to put it out there, instead of just copying the latest trends.


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wow, that is some customizing right there...
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Sproter is a sprocket that doubles as a brake rotor.
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Sproter is a sprocket that doubles as a brake rotor.
Spiffy!
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