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Cycle Stop's Beautiful Boardtracker

The electric actuator that controls the Cycle Stop boardtracker built this winter.

Photo by Chris Barrett, Chris Barrett

The electric actuator that controls the Cycle Stop boardtracker built this winter.

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  • At the shop: When he's not creating cool customs that are truly worth riding, Cycle Stop owner Time Miles (top) also works on factor bikes of all makes.
  • The electric actuator that controls the Cycle Stop boardtracker built this winter.
  • In progress: The boardtracker was built over the winter months, and was painted shortly before the Easyriders show in February. The bike shifts by electric actuator.
  • Unlike the original brakeless boardtrakcers, Cycle Stop's utilizes a perimeter disc system.
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  • At the show: The boardtracker took best of show at the Knxoville Easyriders show, and went on to place third in the national competition.
  • The Cycle Stop boardtracker, in detail.
  • The Cycle Stop boardtracker, in detail.

The shop's bike recalls a motorcycling era of speed and carnage.

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