The Skull Splitter
The Skull Splitter was built using a rare 1999 Huffy Arlington bicycle. These bikes were made in Mexico and are highly sought after by collectors. Huffy bicycles were made in Mexico for only a few months during the year 1999. This bike has color changing paint, which is very expensive, and was quickly discontinued. These bikes were mostly sold at Wal-Mart stores. The 68cc engine was purchased at Zoom Bicycles. These high-quality engines are unfortunately no longer for sale in the USA. The chrome fenders and accessories were all custom fitted. This bike has working lights and turn signals featuring high intensity LEDs, operating from a 12 Volt DC system. The turn signal flasher is specifically designed for use with LEDs. It has a built-in Bluetooth wireless sound system that can be controlled by smartphone. The tires have puncture resistent Kevlar linings to prevent flat tires. This bike has a top speed of about 42 MPH and a range of approximately 30 miles on a tank (1 Liter) of gas.
The Orange Crusher
The Orange Crusher was built using a Mongoose bicycle, made in Taiwan. The 48cc engine was purchased at King's Motor Bikes. It has a dual spring shock front suspension. The fenders and mirror were added for road safety. The tires have puncture resistent Kevlar linings to prevent flat tires. The gas tank has a built-in reserve setting in case the rider runs out of fuel. This bike has a top speed of about 30 MPH and a range of approximately 40 miles on a tank (1 Liter) of gas.