Catch director Matt Chevlen’s dark moped drama, “Blank Generation”; screening this Saturday, January 9th. The movie costars Jamisin (me) and the variated Puch Magnum (pre-powdercoating) . Just Facebook Matt for more info!
Due to brittle simo and airleak-phobic pistons, here is a little different set up. The Malossi/Simonini combo had amazing pull and the best sound ever, however due to circumstances, this will be the next/current incarnation. Luckily, I had my Ashton Kutcher coolpix instead of phone cams today.
Trying to decide on paint options for variated Magnum (this photo is a working photo, engine components are not final or attached to bike at the time of this photo).
Awesome ride with the 80′s 3 port 50cc. Will upgrade this week to Doppler Crank (for stock cdi) , Doppler Clutch/Variator, Doppler Spring, Doppler Pipe, 70cc Polini cylinder/head, Malossi Cases, 19mm Dell’orto. Don’t worry, it will have pedals. We do all our test riding in the Hollywood Hills and Griffith Park.
“Welcome to the Tomahawk blog. I’m the French dude who you may have met at Choke getting parts and advice for builds. I’m starting this blog to help me keep track of my various variated bikes. Most of my riding time was spent blasting the streets of Paris and now I’m building bikes here in Los Angeles. Motobecanes and Peugeots are my mopeds of choice and I’m sourcing a large portion of my parts from France. I have three projects right now: a Puch Magnum Peugeot powered Frankenbike, a liquid cooled dual disc braked 70cc Peugeot 103, and a 50cc metal flake powder coated pimp corner to corner commuter. I also maintain a 1990′s Bidalot 103 RCX track bike (group 1). Since some people have been asking about these bikes, I’m going post photos of each of them in this blog.”