Nomi

by Motogami

BUILD DESCRIPTION

I traded a half-built TC-100 for this strange little leg burner. Then my 14-year-old daughter said she wanted to build it. I'm amazed at her talent and natural aptitude for this stuff. She did all the mods and paint herself. I just kind of showed her how to do a few things here and there and let her run with it. She earns money to buy parts and stuff by working part time for the machine shop next door.

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1979 Honda Hobbit
electrical
carburetion

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Motogami: It's a Puch seat that we bolted directly to the frame. I'll try to post some closer photos. My daughter is only 4'11, so we cut down the height of the mount as I recall, and we found shorter shocks. But I'm 6'0" and I'm pretty comfortable on it, too, for some reason. The tail rack is a schwinn bicycle rack. We ut the front of it so it would slide into the tail of the tubular frame, like an extension.


Eames: can you elaborate what is going on with the seat mount and rear tail/rack? it makes the proportions look great!