Nineteen tens or teens boardtrack racer. These bikes had no brakes, throttle, gears or clutch. They were raced wide open on a track made of upturned two by fours. The only control was a "kill switch" which the rider held down when going into turns. Often it was a spring-like piece of metal (piece of a sawblade) attached to the handlebar to ground out the spark. No pussies in that sport!
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The motor is a thoroughly rebuilt 1969 XLCH—blueprinted, balanced and ported, drinking through an S Super E carb, and converted to a left-hand gearshift. The chromoly steel frame is a custom one-off, powdercoated in carbon black. It’s fitted with heavily modified Ducati 916 forks, carbon fiber wheels designed by Blackstone Tek, and Brembo calipers. Builder Dylan Robb is a master craftsman.
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These are old jack stands made into lamps... rockin'