Crown Custom Cycle Fabrication (CCCF) has forged a reputation for high performance machinery, but can also build bikes with as much "show" as "go." And Creep Show is one of them.
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Added to a Bourget's Bike Works frame was a set of 6-inch-over Progressive telescopic forks set at a 42-degree rake. Weld Wheels carrying JB disc brakes hold up both ends. Providing power is a 113-cubic-inch engine from TP Engineering.
Nearly every junction in the hardtail frame has been molded smooth,
including those on the fabricated brace for the rear fender. Elaborate
graphics atop the fuel tank depict a wizard fending off invading demons, but perhaps the most striking visual element is the "chameleon" paint, which flips from purple to green depending on the angle of view. Static display on a page fails to do the paint job justice, but what does are the numerous trophies picked up at major cycle events-proving this bike really is for "show" as much as for "go."
Go to the next page for more photos and details of the custom-decorated Creep Show chopper.
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