020-Black Attitude-Kacper Kuziola
Kacper Kuziola (Poland)-
|FB COTY 2011 #||020|
|NAME BIKE||AIN'T GOT ONE|
|PRESENT AT COTY 2011||YES||22th overall,122 points|
|COMMENTS BY John Brain||
Long, black and beautiful are the terms that best describe Kacper Kuziola’s bike - named “Black Attitude”. Moreover, I don’t mind saying this bike is one of the best classic choppers I have seen in quite a while. One thing that really draws me to this bike is its accessibility; and by this statement I mean it shows that anyone with good sense of design - and strong determination - can put together a world-class kustom that won’t break the bank. This bike has what it takes.
The frame is a radical cantilever design, quite large, and set up for ideal placement of the seat, pedals and hand grips. The head tube is set moderately high, allowing for the use of relatively short “Z “style handlebars – custom made of course. A classic 4-spring “springer” fork was fabricated for the steering chore. The placement of its springs is set below the trees and above the tire, giving a unique appearance not normally seen on this type of set up. The super wide rim in the rear is set up with a 3-inch wide tire, effectively giving the back end an extremely low profile - while the front tire is a narrow 2-inch design - mounted on a narrow rim. It’s fat in the back, and skinny in the front - all in keeping with its chopper lines and stance.
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