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Michael J Carroll

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Peter Chumley’s chopper debuts at Scottish show

Triumph’s Rocket III Touring won’t be the only heavy metal at the MCN Scottish Motorcycle show this weekend. Peter Chumley is due to display his first chopper at the event, proudly boasting the machine is entirely ‘Made in Scotland’. The bike is named Sick n Twisted, because it was built around a twisted front down tube. Chumley spent two years constructing the...

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monkeyseemonkeydo

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Ok so...

where's the throttle, clutch (don't see a suicide shifter), front brake lever etc etc?! From what I can see there's no rear brake at all and the front brake is controlled by your left foot... is that right? Looks pretty special though, good job!

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Chuck Norris

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Chuck Norris says:

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Since it's not clear, the clutch and throttle are both internal twist jobs so all the gubbins and cables run inside the bars....Yes!... it has a twist clutch on the left hand side....Time to learn how to ride all over again. Also there IS a rear brake which is part of the rear drive belt pulley (on the oposite side that the picture was taken)and the foot brake (on the right foot) works both the front and rear brake together with an adjuster to bias the braking to the front. Well there you are, I hope you find it as interesting to look at as it was to build. Pete (the builder)

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