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Bikest on homepage 1 week 6 hours ago #25761

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Can anyone shed some light about the bikes on the homepage splash animation? There are a few customized bikes there, I'd like to learn more about their build.

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Stan
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Bikest on homepage 6 days 23 hours ago #25762

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I am guilty for creating the Black Z1300 Chopper (known as Skullduggery) and the Black Z1300 with the ZRX1200 Piggy Back Rear Shocks.

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Bikest on homepage 6 days 15 hours ago #25763

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Mine is the blue one :)
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Bikest on homepage 6 days 14 hours ago #25765

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And a splendid Blue One it is too Phil :evil:

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Bikest on homepage 6 days 5 hours ago #25773

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Thank you guys! Some serious thought, and money, went into these bikes! I wonder what's more expensive - building a custom or trying to complete a 100% stock. The clutch cover with windows are not cheap!

How about the green one? I've seen it I think for sale somewhere, but I can't remember where.
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Bikest on homepage 5 days 16 hours ago #25777

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Well Stan, you know my story.

I have a very detailed spreadsheet with all the costs of all the parts and services I have bought to date, as well as a column for any future anticipated costs and the total comes to just over £9K.:S :pinch:

I could probably buy a VERY nice stock bike for that money!

Paul
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