Butch’s motorized Tomahawk recumbent lowracer bike – AtomicZombie.com

Hi Brad and Kat. I’ve attached a pic of my recently completed motorized Tomahawk. Feel free to put it in your photo gallery. Keep up the good work. ~ Butch

Very nice, Butch! Thanks for sending this in for the gallery. The seat is almost identical to the one Brad built on his Tomahawk, too. Enjoy the ride!


DIY bike plans at AtomicZombie.com

The Tomahawk Lowracer is all about the speed! The extremely laid back seating position means that you will always be able to deliver your full energy to the cranks, as well as cheat the wind in ways that are impossible on a standard upright bike. The short wheelbase configuration offers agile and responsive handling characteristics that make it feel as though you are piloting a jet fighter.

The building process is designed to allow anyone with a Do-It-Yourself desire to finish his or her own version of the Tomahawk without requiring previous bike building experience or specialized tools and skills. The plan is laid out in a format that makes customization or alternate parts usage a breeze, so you will certainly be able to include your own imagination in the process of building a fast lowracer.

With the adjustable bottom bracket and unique frame design, riders with shorter legs will be able to pilot the Tomahawk without dealing with crank interference with the front wheel. Before you start cutting your frame tubing, it is a good idea to read the entire plan so that you understand how modifications may affect the rest of the build. There is plenty of room for your own design changes, and the Tomahawk can be built using the parts you have available to you.
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