The hubless monster custom chopper

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Greg J.
35,786 Views 7 years ago

If you have a bunch of disposable income you can ride one of these things to work and not have to worry about Mad Max stcking something in between the spokes in your tire..

34 Comments
  • getfucked January 14, 2009

    Get fucked

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  • bubbacrow January 14, 2009

    uh balloons or CARDS douchenozzle?

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  • mrragoo January 14, 2009

    lets see if OCC comes up with one ...

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  • khaslave January 14, 2009

    Wow! I've seen a hubbles rear drive, but this is a first. Wow!

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  • kersone1 January 14, 2009

    yeah,cool, but i would NEVER want to change the brakes on that thing...is it undder the fuckin tire??

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  • dazzza January 14, 2009

    show it a ramp.... now thats gonna be entertaining

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  • leadfoot January 14, 2009

    rear looks cool, front looks fucked up

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  • redcalx January 14, 2009

    i dont understand!

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  • twirler January 14, 2009

    Billy Lane

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  • bulldognuts January 14, 2009

    Cool ride.

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  • judasz January 14, 2009

    GAY!

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  • rareranking January 14, 2009

    DAM!

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  • carnutts4sure January 14, 2009

    dazza , this design is actually stronger than a normal "hub" type due to the larger area of bearing contact so jumping a ramp would not be an issue with enough suspension travel although low choppers are not designed for jumps . Put this design on a bike built for jumps and it would never break a front fork if you got the fork angle correct . From what I have read about this scooter , it is one of the smoothest riding cycles know to man .

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  • 169johnw January 14, 2009

    I need to see more.What have they done here?Definitely an engineering marvel.I wanna see the shop Demo!!

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  • 420420 January 14, 2009

    well i think the mother fucker looks tight... who knows how long it will stay togetther but looks tight

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  • gearheadnick January 14, 2009

    I don't know if it was this same bike, but I saw one built on Biker Buildoff, on Discovery channel I think. And wasn't it Indiana Jones that stuck a flag pole in a bike wheel? I don't remember Mad Max doing that.

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  • shawncarla January 14, 2009

    On a somewhat related note... anyone in NYC area? The international bike show is there this weekend at Javits and I'll be there with Tribal Iron... the only custom bike shop in attendance. Come check it out.

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  • roaddog January 14, 2009

    Way cool...I want one!

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  • mynutzitch January 15, 2009

    thats fuckin sweet

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  • twistofcain January 15, 2009

    AAAAHH-KIIIIIII-RAH!!!!!!!

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  • twistofcain January 15, 2009

    *CHANTS*

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  • rodeye2 January 15, 2009

    UFO technology straight out of Roswell.

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  • angelb January 15, 2009

    that thing looks down right evil

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  • smellslikeshit January 15, 2009

    is this for real? how can I find out more about this?

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  • doinyermom January 15, 2009

    looks cool, but id be alot cooler if he wrecked it

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  • analkunt January 15, 2009

    yeah like any one is going to ride that fuckin useless thing

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  • shimmery315 January 15, 2009

    bitch on the back, kids in the wheels, fun for the whole family.

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  • jermo69er January 15, 2009

    I WANT ONE.

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  • jgimages January 15, 2009

    hey analkunt....thats one ugly bitch on your avatar......fuck

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  • briskman11 January 16, 2009

    Now thats something to marvel at!!!

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  • eject_21 January 16, 2009

    That's the reason we put the axle in the middle of the wheel.

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  • marsape January 16, 2009

    that is so old, the new version has spokes

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  • irishfucker January 16, 2009

    Thats pretty fuckin mad!

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  • belladona January 18, 2009

    stupid!!!

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