This Bike has been built by Riot Bike Co from Singapore, Simon send us these pictures and we really enjoy this nice project, a small bike with an Wrench style and a side car...
"It's a 1995 Honda CM125 I did at the car park area outside my office. I did it with a very limited budget, a lot of the parts were either reshaped from the original parts on the bike or scarp materials I found.
The handlebars are the stock bars, cut reshaped and welded. I run the wires internally to make it look cleaner. I couldn't afford those expensive "bobber" tail light, so I used the stock turn signal light and turned it into a tail light. The rear fender was shaped from the original fender. The tank was from a Suzuki GN125 I picked up from the scrapyard, I cut off the seam and welded it to have a smoother look. I used the rubber grommets that protects the wires left from my Honda Steed to mount the tank. The seat was made from aluminium pan. I had a friend's mom to help me sew the lines on the cover. I made the passenger seat with wood and foam from and old sofa, however the upholstery was done by a professional sofa restorer(that's the only part done by a professional on this bike). I did the paint job as well as the (poorly done) pinstripe. I added a steering damper to reduce the wobble. I couldn't find a nice headlight within my budget, so I flipped the headlight mounts and the lowered headlight blended with the bike pretty well. I wanted to get a matching wheel on the sidecar, but I had to give up that idea to stay within budget. So it might look a little odd with spoke wheel on that side. "
Simon from Riot Bike Co (Singapore)
Credits : Riot Bike Co Singapore
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