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Springer front end on a duc, WILD...
Looks like it would be a fun layout to ride with different tires, lol.
 

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Where are the pivot points on the girder front end, I don't see any.
 

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I look at that bike and I just see dollar signs. Or euro signs I guess :p

I can't imagine it ever gets any time being ridden like a normal motorcycle. It would be hard enough to keep that white looking perfect when all it does is sit, let alone have to deal with the elements.

Not my cup of tea I will say, but I can definitely respect all the time, money and effort that has been put in to this.
 

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Springer front end on a duc, WILD...
looks like a girder front end, similar to the ones used in the famous Britton V1000 racer,
but WILD for sure..

:)

for the interested: check this pretty impressive thread in the British PB mag forum,
"the sporty girder", a homemade girder fork in a 04 Yamaha R1, there are some
nice videos in there as well.

http://pbmagforum.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=22135

:)
 

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interested but no luck with the link
the link should work, if not, open up the performance bike forum in the U.K.,
the "sporty girder" topic is to be found as a sticky in the "your bikes and projects" section.
You don't need to be a member to read within that forum.

:)
 
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