Toby’s Cyclops Bike Chopper

“Hi. I’ve attached photos of my bike.  I built it several years ago as part of my A level tech project, but have only just got round to sending it to your guys! There’s plenty more of the build process at https://picasaweb.google.com/117393189104529565918/Bike

The bike comes in at almost 3 meters long, has a liquid-filled top-tube and a Schwinn stingray rear wheel, fitted with 3-speed hub gear, controlled by a suicide shift (there’s also a suicide bell, just because).

And just to top it off, the electrics run off rechargeable batteries inside the fender, with front and rear (glowing exhaust style) lights each controlled by a switch behind the saddle.

Hope you like it, Toby”

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Masor’s OldSkool Rat Bobber

“Here’s an updated picture of my OldSkool Rat Bobber. Hope you like! Three months in the making. This video shows the details of the bike: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_oKUGN1U54

My name: Masor
Name of bike: Rat Bobber
Location: Santa Ynez”

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Mark’s Manitoba Warriors

“They’re finally done. When me and wife ride these down the street they generate a lot of second looks. She calls them our lazy-boy bikes because they’re so comfortable to ride.

While building these I looked around the internet for alternate ideas, but always returned to Brad’s design. I’ve seen other trikes that cost over $1,000 that don’t look as good as these. Well done, Brad & Kat.

Mark Storen aka Kindamental”

Awesome on both counts, Mark. You and your wife are certainly riding in style. Well done!

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Joe’s custom Scout bike – Atomic Zombie builders gallery

“Here is my RD bike. I built it about four years ago. This is a four speed, two forward pedal gears and two back pedal gears.

“Scout” is a solid commuter/townie as well as an intrepid explorer. The transmission was patented in the 1880s,  so it’s nothing new. I’ve pedaled Scout forwards and backwards thousands of miles and it just keeps going (forward).

“Your new stomping grounds look great. I hope you fill all those acres up with new creations. Thanks, Joe.”

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AZ newsletter – Builders Edition

atomic zombie bikes, recumbents, choppers, tandems, trikes, and more
July 8, 2011

Greetings fellow bike builders.

The latest Atomic Zombie newsletter Builders Edition is now online

We have a new look and you’ll notice that the newsletter in PDF format again.
Thanks for your feedback. Keep those suggestions coming.
See you in the Builders Forum.
 KoolKat and Radical Brad

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Atomic Zombie Sightings – Meridian This Morning

“I was doing my dawn ride this morning on my upwrong (I have been alternating every other day between my DF and recumbents to give my butt a chance to recover as I get back in shape). I was cruising along when I spied a red recumbent with a yellow front fork going the other way. I went by too fast to get a good look, so about 1/4 mile later, I decided to turn around and catch him to take a good look.”

More: Atomic Zombie Sightings – Meridian This Morning

 

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June 23 Atomic Zombie news

See newest additions to the builders gallery, read about a new Atomic Zombie adventure, a bike builder’s story and more here.

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