Bottom Bracket in North Pole

“I am looking for a bottom bracket assembly (or a whole bike) for a delta wolf and as the title says, I live in North Pole, AK.”

Read more and join the discussion:    BB in north pole.

Viking Tandem Trike from Hungary – Atomic Zombie builders gallery

 

“Hi! I am Pihokker Gábor from Hungary. With the this year’s spring I was building a Viking Tandem Trike. I increased the size of the rear wheel and I made changes in the folding because I would have liked it, if my wife who travels at the back separately can select the suitable transmission what is comfortable for her.

I prepared a trailer because of the right placement of the packets. We arrived on the past week from an European tour with the bicycle what was beginning in Germany in Passau and onto Hungary kept until Győr where I live, the full distance 511 Km. Despite the flat tyres, we did not have any other trouble. Best regards, Gábor.”

Viking Tandem Trike

Atomic Zombie News for July 18

The latest Atomic Zombie newsletter is now online here.

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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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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Andre’s chopper bike – Brazil

“Hello! My name is Andre, I live in Sao Paulo, Brazil. I would like share my chopper bike.
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vBbaXg-6fs

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Amped up Warrior tadpole trike by Gerry Strope

The Warrior Racing Trike takes performance and looks to all new heights. With triple disc brakes, under seat steering, and a general racing attitude, the Warrior would easily pass for an expensive production import. Built using inexpensive bicycle components and steel tubing, the Warrior weighs in at only 43 pounds, and has perfect handling and braking characteristics. There is not one single machined part on the entire trike, and everything can be built using only a basic welder, hand drill, and angle grinder!

The Warrior Racing Trike uses commonly available 20mm hubs, so there are no hard to find or overly expensive components needed. The frame is completely made of square steel tubing,and everything else on the Warrior Trike can be found at bicycle shops or hacked from scrap bicycles. The building process is designed to allow anyone with a Do-It-Yourself desire to finish his or her own version of the Warrior without requiring previous bike building experience or specialized tools and skills.

If you have been eyeing up those expensive imported recumbent trikes, but
think $4,500 is a bit too steep of a price tag, then get out your tools and build it yourself! For thousands of dollars less than the price of a basic tadpole trike, you can create your very own racing trike that will rival many of the factory built machines available.

Take a look at our Builders Gallery to see other Warrior examples, including many creative modifications to the plan. Our international builders community ranges from students to retired engineers, but they all have one thing in common – the desire to build their own stuff!

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Homemade recumbent from Hungary – Atomic Zombie builders gallery

“Hey. This is my new 16” wheeler front-wheel drive SWB fun recumbent – Pycikli. A home made comfy wooden seat. Great fun to ride, easy with no hands!

Here’s a short summary video about making this bike and riding for the first time http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQCGkLZFeJg

More pics and vids in my blog at http://rekumbens.blog.hu/tags/pycikli

Thanks for sharing!  ~ Motyoo, Budapest, Hungary”