here is what my pocketbike started out as, a junker built from spare parts.
as most of you know its now been torn down and is beginning to be reassembled. note that the oragami fairing was mounted onto the regular cag style frame, i thought it looked pretty good as far as ground clearance and tire clearance went! (it didnt make it onto the new build)
if i make it into the calender, i will be grateful. vote for me!
Well, I may as well join up with my October entry:
For those of you who haven't seen this before (which I seriously doubt), this is The Rat, a 47cc NF "No Fairing" Cagllari/Daytona. This bike was rebuilt "redneck style" from a sorely-used junker, and is fully functional and ready to ride. I built it for fun and for laughs, not as a serious race bike. Some of The Rat's more prominent features include the DuPont spraycan exhaust pipe, the signature Altoids can air cleaner, dremel wrench killswitch cover, Volkswagon gas fliter, BMX Mongoose footpegs, and a custom seat made from a piece of sheet steel and part of a cut-down office keyboard track.
"I'm going off the rails on a crazy train." - Ozzy Osbourne
Dear haters: Please be patient. I have so much more for you to be annoyed about.