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Built with the 1930s streamline asthetic in mind and a few NYC punk flairs for fun, this Sidewalk Super Villain Supernaut built by Bighit is a great example of dieselpunk design hitting the streets.

It was created for the RatRodBikes.com build off, and you can learn more about it at www.undergroundvelo.com

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Great bike. I was at a bike show this weekend, and met two of the guys participating in this year's rat rod build off.

 

I haven't posted any of the bikes I've built in these last few months, as they're not dieselpunk, but I've been pretty busy. I took three of my bikes to the show this past weekend. I did get some positive feedback, but it also made me realize I'm still very raw, and unpolished.

FANTASTIC!

wwwoooooowwwwww.... amazing.

We'd love to see your work!  No matter how raw, I love to see what's going on. Yesterday a colleague machined an aluminum seat post and installed it on his 1948 (Schwinn -?) frame. Being Portland, there's nothing too raw, nor too polished...everything here turns heads, no matter what. I'm in a town full of gorgeous custom, hand-made bikes and will still occasionally get a compliment on the department-store $89 bike that I've been riding for 12 years!

Deven Science said:

Great bike. I was at a bike show this weekend, and met two of the guys participating in this year's rat rod build off.

 

I haven't posted any of the bikes I've built in these last few months, as they're not dieselpunk, but I've been pretty busy. I took three of my bikes to the show this past weekend. I did get some positive feedback, but it also made me realize I'm still very raw, and unpolished.

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