A 1970s moped motorcycle does have a distinctive look and unique, especially after getting a touch of modification that makes its look even more special. Like this 'Kreidstler,' a motorcycle modification by taking basic of a Zundapp moped made by Danny Schramm, a German automotive art creator and his friends.
|This is 'Kreidstler,' a retro-unique motorcycle modification by taking basic of a Zundapp moped made by Danny Schramm, a German automotive art creator and his friends. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1X6C6a)|
It starting from a Danny's desire, to restore the glory of the retro motorcycle. By resurrecting a Zundapp moped and built it in such a way that it becomes has an attractive appearance and different than other and at the same time can go faster.
|A unique headlamp holder of Kreidstler. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1X6C6a)|
To increase the performance and speed of the engine that has a capacity of 50 cc, then a restoration was carried out, coupled with changes in clutch system by using a hand clutch. While in terms of appearance with the touch of several of custom part is embedded so that the retro look on a unique motorcycle that be have fierce aura.
Its fierce impression can be seen on its serrated legs, through a number of parts are embedded therein, like the exhaust silencer and the headlamp holder.
|Rear side view of Kreidstler. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1X6C6a)|
As for the unique display appears on the seat, tank and headlamp and speed transmission panel. But unfortunately not mentioned how much speed can be made by this unique motorcycle.
At the recent Hamburg Harley Days, the Kreidstler scored an incredible coup: it won the 'Best In Show' award. Yes, despite being surrounded by big-bore, big budget Milwaukee customs, the little moped stole the day. Who says Germans don’t have a sense of humor?. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BIKEEXIF]
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