Atomic Zombie DIY Homebuilt Bikes and Plans – Meet AZ bike builders

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Meet some of our very creative and talented bike builders.

Bike Builder Peter T from Australia.

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Quebec truck crash kills 3 cyclists, injures 3

CBC News – Montreal – Quebec truck crash kills 3 cyclists, injures 3.

This is very sad. Please take extra care as you ride along roads shared with motored vehicles.

New Kyoto Cruiser Quad Cycle from Missouri – AtomicZombie.com builders gallery

Finished the build. The shifters are mounted under the seats to allow for a clean short cable run. This thing has a 350 watt scooter motor on the back too, so only 6 speeds are needed (less cabling). The under seat steering worked out well too. I’m building a trailer for it to go camping along the Katy trail here in Missouri.  Thanks for the inspiration. ~ Dave Welker

Another outstanding homebuilt bike by our talented Atomic Zombie krew. Nice work, Dave.



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OZKat Long Wheel Base Recumbent – AtomicZombie.com builders gallery

Here is a picture of my version of the completed OZKat. Ketch Yawl Later. ~ Jon

Awesome version of the AZ WildKat, Cptn Jon!

Because the WildKat is a fusion between a lowracer and a touring recumbent, it’s a bicycle for all occasions. Designed for those wanting a stable, easy-to-ride and comfortable bicycle for city commuting or long leisurely rides, it also jumps into action when you want that all out fast and furious blast around the track or neighborhood. Another interesting feature of the WildKat is its under seat steering configuration that lets you ride with your hands in a more natural position, rather than the usual “in front of the face” position on many over seat steering recumbent bicycles.

The WildKat can be easily built by anyone with a welder, a grinder, and a few scrap parts such as an old upright bicycle and some electrical conduit. The completed recumbent is just as light as many production models, certainly just as strong, and will give you a lifetime of faithful service. The cost of building the WildKat is up to the builder, and will be dependant on the quality of components such as brakes, wheels and transmission hardware used, but typically, the bike can be completed for under $100 if you already have a donor bicycle to use as parts for the frame