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    Default OT: Just got a Kikker 5150 bobber motorcycle

    I will get some better pics up after i am done modding her out! This bad boy is street legal, but I need to put a new brake light on it cause that is where the license plate is mounted... to see what they look like on the road just youtube Kikker Bobber... Most have drag style handlebars but this was already modded with ape hangers...
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    Does that bad boy have a suicide shifter on it?
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    Doesn't look like it.

    But it makes it nonetheless awesome enough.

    Loved these kinda bikes ever since I saw that guy from Exile build one for the 'Biker Build Off'.

    So once again, I tip my hat to you Lance!
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    It sure does have a suicide-jockey shifter (behind the leg) It is pretty nuts driving this badboy, complete head turner. It sits so low to the ground. Its a bit of a rough ride, there are springs on the seat for a reason, thats about all the cushion you are gonna get. I may actually get a lower set of springs for the seat too, dropping it another 3 inches. The flat black paint is oh so minimal, I think the whole minimal-ness of the bobber style bike itself suits me quite well! I will try and get some better pics up tomorrow, maybe to show a before and after... since I ordered some stuff today!
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    saw them a when they first came out.. i wish they had a distributor here in Oz

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    looks like it runs on a battery! pretty dope bike
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    Quote Originally Posted by djhipnotikk View Post
    looks like it runs on a battery! pretty dope bike
    Its pretty big actually, and it runs on gas just like all bikes do... Its great to get around town on, Most bobbers are on the smaller sde because they are built from bikes out of the 40s-50s.
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    You definitely out did my recent purchase thread haha sick bike, I love old style rigid frame bikes

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    I really dig the style but I'm definately too tall for it. How much did you pay for it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LanceBlaise View Post
    Its pretty big actually, and it runs on gas just like all bikes do... Its great to get around town on, Most bobbers are on the smaller sde because they are built from bikes out of the 40s-50s.
    how fast does that badboy go. I recently sold my BigDog and now with the weather warming up been thinking about jumping on an old beater shovelhead to get around town in. Gotta check one of these out.

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