Aerospace welder and general speed freak Jeff Tiedeken has used his metal working skills to construct the ultimate gravity bike. This hill bomber is as close to a motor-less cafe racer as it gets. With its forward leaning seat configuration and cafe racing handle bars, the MLS Gravity Bike is a streamlined bullet coming down the hill. Its custom frame is constructed from 4130 steel and features a single-sided fork and rear end. Critical braking power is provided by a pair of Avid Elixr hydraulic discs.
As for a top speed, the bike was recently taking out by Kyle of Trackosaurus Rex, and hit 50 mph, although on the right hill the bike could hit 70 mph easy.
To check out some more shots of the bike you can view Jeff’s flickr page.
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