The bike kinda builds itself,
all I do is put it together.

The contents of this blog is a record of work carried out by the author and other third party information and pictures gleaned from various sources on the internet. It is published for academic interest and entertainment only. It is neither suggested or intended that any work or modifications shown here are to be carried out by any party reading the blog.

The Hitchcock Rigid Conversion

Mission Statement

This blog has been set up as a record of my attempt to build a cool Bobber style bike out of the Royal Enfield Bullet. With the cost of genuine early British and American bikes and parts spiralling upwards in the face of the current global economic climate, building a retro style custom is rapidly becoming cost prohibitive. Initially, there will be a period of accruing parts and information as the bike I intend to re-create is my daily rider.
I have heard so many horror stories about the Indian made Bullet from people who's mate used to have one, that I have lost count. All I can say is that I have covered over 20,000 miles on mine in the last three and a half years, and feel happy that it is quite capable of doing another 20.
So if you like the idea or just curious, you are welcome to come along for the ride.

Sunday, 19 September 2010

Girder Info

Well here you go then, feel obliged to say, the first pair I saw were in Army Green and looked a far better proposition as far as first impressions are concerned. The man himself wasn't there so his Dad got these out of the other shed, probably thinks he'll never see 'em again.

Click on the pic to see the nitty gritty

Centre of wheel spindle to bottom yoke 19.5" (Cross piece below stem)

Links between centres 3.5"

Stem length between yokes 6.5"

Stem diameter 1.0"

1 comment:

  1. cool pics QM ,thank's
    could you tell me the outside diam of the legs tube ?