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bryan0994
2nd May 2011, 14:54
This is a bike that I built for my son's first birthday.


It's made of all wood, even used my stock grips off my 1200c

http://i1224.photobucket.com/albums/ee376/bryan0994/JasonsHarley1.jpg

http://i1224.photobucket.com/albums/ee376/bryan0994/JasonsHarley2.jpg

LuxBlue
2nd May 2011, 14:55
Very nice craftmanship, you're a good daddy! :tour

crazyred
2nd May 2011, 14:56
i like it ! look like he going to ride it for a long time !

Cosmo Kramer
2nd May 2011, 15:02
Congrats on not building him a girl's bike! He is off to a better start than most of us on here! :D

In all seriousness...nice job.

Nitro Circus
2nd May 2011, 15:07
Great job! I bet he'll have fond memories of it when he gets older.

xena
2nd May 2011, 15:11
Beautiful work! Hope he enjoys miles of smiles. :D

Wander39
2nd May 2011, 15:32
Very nice, what kind of pipes are those?;)

Rico 05R
2nd May 2011, 15:46
Nice work, definitely worthy of some rep.

bryan0994
2nd May 2011, 15:46
Thanks everyone. It was a lot of work but well worth it to put a smile on his face.

And Wander39 to answer your question those are one off custom pipe that are ceramic coated and have quiet baffle installed.

d_eggman2
2nd May 2011, 15:46
Great job..........I gotta get me one of those bike lifts.

evereyken
2nd May 2011, 15:51
The first Harley ever that doesn't leak oil!

Beautiful job - your son looks like he's ready for the next poker run.

jguynn
2nd May 2011, 16:18
Very nice work! If I tried to do something like that it would probably resemble a horse more than a bike.

Stairman
2nd May 2011, 16:22
Very nice work. I can appreciate the craftsmanship.:clap:clap:clap

scotthotrod
2nd May 2011, 16:25
Very cool nice job. :smoke

drd1135
2nd May 2011, 16:33
You did a great job. He looks pretty happy.

Desertfox
2nd May 2011, 16:39
Thanks everyone. It was a lot of work but well worth it to put a smile on his face.

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Yep, it certainly is worth it. I built a table top trebuchet to sling water baloons for my eight year old grandson. Nothing beats seeing the little ones giggle with delight over something you made for them. It's legacy that lasts a lifetime.

fatty883
2nd May 2011, 16:57
We need more pics!!

Nice bike...thing looks real fast....make sure he wears that helmet

Airbozo
2nd May 2011, 17:01
We need more pics!!

Nice bike...thing looks real fast....make sure he wears that helmet

Pics, hell I want plans!

That is some nice work!

rwrunski
2nd May 2011, 18:02
Nice job indeed, I second that where are the plans

bryan0994
2nd May 2011, 18:07
Here is a link to where I got the plans from.
http://www.cherrytreetoys.com/Roarin-Rocker-Plan-P3149C86.aspx

kevinhd1200
2nd May 2011, 23:43
AWESOME JOB!!!! I'm sure that will become a family hierloom that will be passed down to new generations of your family. I'd bet you could make more and sell them as well.

outlawreb
3rd May 2011, 00:00
thats a very good job its true craftmanship in it

shotgun46
3rd May 2011, 00:14
How cool is that ! you a great Dad !

BWP 5p
3rd May 2011, 00:26
Excellent work!:clap:clap:clap

Roosterman
3rd May 2011, 03:21
Good job and he looks good on it!

thatbikerguy
3rd May 2011, 03:30
.........I gotta get me one of those bike lifts.

:laugh:laugh:shhhh

Woodie
3rd May 2011, 04:46
Happy Boy!! Beutiful craftsmanship!! Thanks for sharing

Big_Baazzoo
3rd May 2011, 05:39
wow that is a labour of love! I bet the time it took was way more than what you could sell it for, people don't want to pay for craftsmanship nowadays, most would just go to walmart and buy a piece of plastic crap and be done with it. Well done!!

alvycolt45
3rd May 2011, 05:41
Wow, great job. That looks like a lot of work.

DEEP DIVER
4th May 2011, 00:12
Nice work.
Give it a few weeks and he will want a big bore kit fitted.