Building kids’ chopper bikes – England

kids chopper

Another homemade bike made with the help of kids.


Building bikes isn’t just for the young at heart. It’s a past time that youngsters can participate in and learn some skills along the way.

Bike builder and forum member, Naughtyboy, of England shares more photos of his homemade bicycle choppers. Chopping up and re-building custom built bicycles a passion that he shares with his kids.

See more than 4,000 custom built rides: recumbents, trikes, tandems, choppers, electric, tall, cargo, motorized and fun bicycles at the AtomicZombie bike builders gallery: http://forum.atomiczombie.com/gallery

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British Columbia sidehacker chopper

“G’Day Y’all. This site is excellent. Now my friends can see I’m not the only one. Here’s my latest creation. Not painted yet due it still being too cold hereabouts. Pagan Psycle’s – The Long & Low sidehacker, from Sechelt, B.C., Canada, eh. Aloha, Steve.”

Nice work, Steve. thanks for sharing.

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San Diego chopper by Jeb

“Here’s a pic of my modded Electra Ghostrider for your gallery.

It has a NOS Bendix suicide shifter, restored pre-war Mesinger long-spring saddle, double kickstand, Harley Davidson fork bag, Puch moped headlight converted to LED, custom Electra Stream Ride ape hangars, Electra mirrors, Nirve grips and BMX pedals.

I love this bike!
Jeb Haught”
San Diego, California

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Newfoundland bike chopper

“Hello, I am Charles Brennan, with the bike “Dying Breed”, hailing from Newfoundland! She is my pride & joy, it took me 10 years to piece it together from old & new parts.

Thanks for the inclusion, I have been following your site for years.

Best regards, Charlie”

Dying Breed chopper built by Charles

Nice bike, Charles. She’s a real beauty!

Australia kangaroo chopper

“The top frame just lent itself to a Kangaroo shape, so we made these coreflute cut-outs to adorn the sides of the frame with.

 

“Completed ride ready for Australia Day, January 26.  Big Red – an 18 inch frame on bottom with a 16 inch top frame with non-direct steering.” Peter Tremlett, Adelaide, South Australia

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