are back in production. Just read in V-Twin News that a place called Executive Choppers is makin' em.
Huh. Gotta say I disagree completely with the ugly comment. But, variety is the spice of life. And if I was really worried about safe, I wouldn't ride a motorcycle, let alone a rigid springer triumph with no turn signals, one little mirror, no reflectors, and a little tail light....Kyle said:Why would someone want something that ugly and downright dangerous? Wait, i know; Cause its period correct! John Harman did some cool stuff, but in my opinion that one should have stayed dead.
It's actually usually refered to as a Spirder (springer/girder, get it). I've seen two versions, one has the handlebars integrated into it. The other looks like this attachment. The rear tube contains an internal spring that the lower rocker operates. Very clean, no exposed springs, levers, etc, and 4 and a half feet of glorious chrome....BigCheese5300 said:It's a weird world we live in. Anyhow, I know what a girder is, but what's a Harman Girder? Is this a specific type, or a replica of an older brand name?
promise the engineering is dead nutsDanny F. said:
No doubt about the engineering ******!****** said:promise the engineering is dead nuts
Jaxon is top shelf people
looks are always "perspective"