Wheels: star juice rear, spoil front with Ali rims
Tires: diamond rear, Avon front
Carb: S&S super E shorty
Gas tank: narrowed spined peanut
Oil tank: horseshoe
Seat: white diamond
Pipes: loud and high
Handlebars: simple with internal throttle
Grips: dirty old coke bottles
Lights: pioneer front/ after hours rear
Paint: biff custom Colorado
Any other specs not mentioned above: stroked, choked and moves like shit off a shovel when provoked ?
The Mint Julip, built by biff, imported by Tarquin, tweaked and finished by james ? the usual drunk/ hung over riding repeat , T boned by shit driver January 16, back on the road stronger than ever weeks later. Winner of best early shovel Flanders 2015. Fast and fun ride with cheeky stance with fresh vibe paint. Love it
Paint: original survivor 1970s black paint over silver metal flake Fiberglas Works base.
Name of the bike: The Eliminator
I built this bike inside a council garage with no lights no electricity. Borrowed a portable generator from a friend. The machining, welding and fabrication work was carried at the Blackhorse Workshop in London. A beautiful open space workshop with metal work facilities.
Handlebars: Stelling and Hellings copy by VEE Choppers. Chopped up and fitted with the Indian fittings.
Risers: Original 46 Indian Chief
Grips: Indian Chief (repro)
Lights: Original Sparto rear. Headlight from an old tractor
Paint: Croker inspired custom job by me.
Rear fender: Old crusty (but original fender) I bought and chopped to pieces…
Found the bike on Instagram. It was located in upstate NY and I didn’t have a clue who the seller was so I ended up flying over to pick it up. Rented a van in Brooklyn and drove up to Rochester to pick it up. Had a great time up there with the guy selling it. It turned out Brooklyn Invitational was the same week and that a whole bunch of the lads were going so had an awesome time there. It was far from original so I saw it as a once off chance to go nuts without ruining an original bike. Got it home to Denmark November 2016 so this year, 2017 was my first year on the bike. Rode all around Europe this summer and clocked a good 10000 km’s on it. Very much in love with it:)