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Imperial Cycles

Posted on March 6, 2010 by Scott in Moped. 12 comments

Custom motorized bicycle companies seem to be popping up everywhere, but no one is building fresher looking bikes than the guys at Imperial Cycles. Created by Eric Soriano and Jerome they describe their company as “constantly pushing envelopes, opening new doors, and boldly going there. Inspired by the 1920’s board track racers our bike designs incorporate a fresh look using new bike technologies, and innovations”. The bike pictured is their popular ‘Bullet’ and comes with a Vintage Schwinn frame, bare metal tank, aluminum mags, Brooks Saddle, Quill Stem, Oury grips, shortened bars and a dropped springer to give it a lower, more aggressive stance. The ‘Bullet’ sells for a very reasonable price of $1200 and it looks like they ship these bikes worldwide. If you are interested in seeing more from Imperial, check out their Blog which showcases the other models they are building.


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Hammer Time

Posted on September 30, 2009 by Scott in Other. No Comments

I know what you are thinking, where the hell is the engine? Well, I found this custom bike and loved the look of it. Not only does it have a beautiful pin up girl standing behind it, but it’s also the bicycle I dreamt of owning as a kid. I can imagine the girls on my block would have done anything for a ride. Built by Hammer Kustom Bicycles in Long Beach California. They build one off custom choppers and cruiser bicycles that are clean, sleek, long and low. They basically recreate bobbers and choppers in bicycle form. Not a bad option if you have lost your license or are just cruising down to the beach. Check out their gallery to see the rest of their killer Kustoms. Imagine this bike with a spooky tooth engine on it?


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Spooky Tooth Cycles

Posted on January 13, 2009 by Scott in Moped. 1 Comment

Came across these guys in my travels. They are called Spooky Tooth Cycles  and are based in Tuscon Arizona. By combining standard bicycles with small two stroke engines, Spooky Tooth are creating some cool looking motor-cycles for their own thrill seeking purposes. They even fought the law in Arizona (and won)  to have these bikes legal without registering them. Check this link to read more about that story.


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