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Lowrider – Chopper Chrome Stingray Frame

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Lowrider - Chopper Chrome Stingray Frame

There is a picture that explain to you, how lowrider bike is builded, it used a schwinn frame stingray exactly and you can see there a bit chrome and chopper and turn it into a kick ass lowrider, and the last pic is a bonus,  😀

Schwinn stingray chopper chrome Schwinn stingray chopper chrome Schwinn stingray chopper chrome Schwinn stingray chopper chrome Schwinn stingray chopper chrome

Written by qtechmaria

September 15, 2010 at 7:19 am

Cool Chopper Bicycle

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cool Motorcycle Inspired Bicycle

Everyone knows these types of bikes, bike looks manly and always look very strong, especially with a touch of black color, making this bike looks fine. This bike is named Chopper Shocker designed by creative minds at Team Tentakulus. But if we viewed it more closely, again, doesn’t it almost similar to the Giant Stiletto, I wrote a little about this type of bike. Actually both types are equally special for guy who has a different personality types of other bikes. Check it on the road guys!

cool Motorcycle Inspired Bicycle

cool Motorcycle Inspired Bicycle

cool Motorcycle Inspired Bicycle

cool Motorcycle Inspired Bicycle

cool Motorcycle Inspired Bicycle

cool Motorcycle Inspired Bicycle

Written by qtechmaria

September 6, 2010 at 2:55 pm

Posted in chopper, Giant Stiletto

Giant Stiletto The Lowrider bike

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With their original design and streetwise style, chopper bikes have become one of the most exciting trends in bicycles today. Choppers are a serious fashion statement, generally associated with urban culture, although their retro style appeals to both the young and old. Choppers give riders the opportunity to express their individuality while also providing a comfortable, relaxing ride. They have become so popular lately that they have been adopted as a way of life for some who join clubs to customize, create, and ride their elaborate creations.

Chopper bikes were first seen in California in the beginning of the 60s. Teenagers began imitating popular customized motorbikes that had been “chopped”, or put together with parts from several different bikes, for a unique look. Schwinn were the first large bicycle manufacturers to notice this new style and started producing it for mass consumption. In 1963 they introduced their extremely popular Stingray model, which spawned many copies and secured the chopper a place in design and cultural history.

Today chopper bikes are here again, brought about by the popularity of retro styles and the desire to return back to simpler bicycle styles after the long era of complexly designed mountain bikes. Raleigh, who were one of the first companies to start producing choppers, have introduced a new design that is taking a new generation by storm and introducing them to the phenomenon of chopper bikes. Fans are also building their own choppers, often from the scratch, and customizing them in every way imaginable in order to make the ultimate expression of individuality. These customized bikes sport upholstery, specialized paint jobs, and ornamental components, all of which serve to turn the chopper into a work of art.

Giant Stiletto The Lowrider bike

For anyone who is new to choppers, there are lots of different styles to suit every budget. So you can go right ahead and get yourself that Chopper that you have been eyeing for sometime. No matter how small your budget is, you can and will find some thing to make a go for. If you are looking to buy a chopper you can choose from the many ready made models (which you can then customize yourself with special components and accessories) or you can have one built from scratch, to your exact specifications. While custom design are more expensive, they allow you to design your bike just the way you like it and ensure that your bicycle fits you exactly, providing you with many years of fun riding, seeing, and of course being seen.

Alison Addy is the author of many articles on subjects like custom bicycles and published at http://www.bikecyclingreviews.com – Keep reading about roval and roval wheels at his web.

Written by qtechmaria

January 2, 2010 at 4:42 am

Posted in chopper, Giant Stiletto

Chopper Lowrider Bikes

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Chopper Lowrider Bikes
Have you seen the lowrider bikes that have become so popular? They instantly catch your eye because they are uniquely designed and look so cool, don’t they? They are a big statement that people make and some people connect them with the hip urbanites, but they really appeal to almost anyone-no matter what your age. They not only give you the opportunity to express your personality, but they are also a very comfortable, fun ride, too. Their popularity has become so big, that you can easily find clubs that concentrate on the lifestyle of having a chopper bike.

Where did lowrider bikes come from? They were first seen in the 1960’s in California. They were not a mass-produced bike that was being made by the large companies, but they were made by teenagers who were trying to copy the customized motorcycle of the time by combining components from several different bikes. This was to show their individuality. One bicycle manufacturer noticed this new style, however, and began to make their own version of the chopper lowrider bike. This company was Schwinn and in 1963, they introduced the Stingray model, which began the love affair that many people have with this bike.

Chopper Lowrider Bikes
Now lowrider bikes are even more popularity, due to the increased interest in all things retro. Many people love them simply because they bring back memories of happier and simpler times for them. One of the companies who first made lowrider bikes, Raleigh, has updated the chopper lowrider bike for today and they are very popular. Some chopper enthusiasts are choosing to build their own lowriders and customize them to make them into the bike of their dreams. You can find lowrider bikes with all types of customization, including intricate paint jobs, ornaments, and even upholstery, which has made some of these choppers into an art statement.

If you are new to the chopper lowrider world, you will find that there is a great variety of different bikes available for you to purchase in all different price ranges and styles. You can choose an “off the rack” style that you can customize yourself or you can choose to have one built for you from the ground up to your specifications. A custom built chopper bike may be more expensive, but it will fit your body and will express your personality perfectly, which may be worth the extra money for you. Have fun riding!

Andrew Caxton is the author and editor of many custom bicycles articles and newsletters published at http://www.bikecyclingreviews.com. Find more publications about lowrider bikes at his website.

Written by qtechmaria

December 24, 2009 at 8:50 am

Posted in chopper