Funny Bike pictures

Franz

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Came across these in an email from a Thai friend, seem to come from all over the world, amazing at what lenght people go to spend their money in some cases, like the new very ugly CAT bike in another post. :lol:
I have given them some names that in my opinion fit.. :?

Bike for a monkey:
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Rocket scrap:
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Chainsaw bike:
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Bike for an idiot:
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German fantasies long gone:
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Eastern Europe at its usual:
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Enlightened Vespa:
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Braindamage:
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Taxi Harley:
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German Tramp:
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Braindamage:
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Nice Threewheeler:
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Rustbucket:
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Gentleman on a bike:
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Tumbstone:
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Roadrepair machine:
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Monkeybike 2:
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Something for us here in Thailand:
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Italian 1-wheeler:
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Soundblaster:
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Enjoy them........ :p .........cheers, Franz
 
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Holy hell.. that first one looks like harry the orrangtang..
how would you like to ride that a 1000 ks.... some people..

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SilverhawkUSA wrote: Julian Bowyer spent some time here in Chiang Mai on his "trike" in 2004, while doing a "'round the world" trip.

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http://www.geocities.com/julianbowyer/
Yeah Julian was a character alright. I first met him at the Friendship Bridge going into Laos in October 2003
"David whom I met on the Loas border from Australia. His maps helped me to cross back into Thailand by selling them."

Queued up at the Friendship Bridge in October 93
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Later on at That Luang, Vientiane
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The construction of his trike is detailed here
http://www.geocities.com/julianbowyer/C ... tion1.html
the beer keg fuel tank was a beauty.
In Oz he changed the motor from a VW Beetle to "a 1.6 dohc turbo Capri engine."

Julian's adventures were quite amazing & it is a shame he never wrote a book about his trip! We all had a good time with him here in Chiang Mai, hanging out at the Sax Bar then (eh Saxonator?)