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Wow. That’s beautiful. Just solid work. #TeamJunior. The colors are so vivd. Candle apple red inside the wheels, along with the sloped black frame of the bike intact with chrome detail. It definitely mirrors an early thirties-forties Hot Rod.
Jr knocks it out of the park again
Very clean artisanship. Powerful bike,collaborative,and awestriking
If you got rid of the giant ugly fenders and the ugly red spoked wheels and the ridiculous “Made in New York” plate and the ugly exhaust/fake header and the stupid steering “wheelbars” and the silly looking grill, you’d have the start of a nice bike. Not saying the craftsmanship isn’t there, but just plain ugly to me.
I love the bike. Junior did it again. He’s the best.
If you told all the builders to built a bike based on the “old car” themne, I’m sure some the same ideas would appear on each of their bikes. Where is the “thinking outside the box” come into play with this bike? I just don’t get it, where are Jr’s own real ideas and thoughts?
I say well here`s the proof on the best. Congrats Paul Jr.you deserve it,the bike is amazing,And how you came out of all this mess, you have grown in so many great ways. The moments with your father in realizing being a son is more important than doing business and losing that forever(Priceless) You have a great talent,good luck and I hope now Jessie will shut his slow running mouth.:)Great Job Paul Jr.and crew…
jr always puts these big chunky thick forks on which i find ugly and these big stupid wheel everything is always big with jr if he got rid of some of the big thinsgs his bikes would be nice i just find seniors bikes nicer