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Hi to all,

My last contest on Eurobricks was TC10 pneumatic contest so its been a lot of time! I saw the topic an I think participating is a good idea because I like motorcycle mocs. My main idea was a making a decent looking 2 wheel drive motorcycle moc. It's some sort of scrambler and dirtbike hybrid. Functions are obvious but;

- Front suspension

- Rear suspension

- Flat4 fake engine

- 2 speed gearbox with road (fast) and off-road(slow) modes. On road mode rear drive, on off-road mode 2 wheel drive. Gear ratios 1.14/1 and 1.90/1

I hope you like it. There aremany good mocs and it will be hard for me. Really goodbuilders in competition! Good luck to all :thumbup:

Hybrid (2WD).io

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Looks great. I like how you managed to get the front and rear drive units into the motorcycle in such as way that they are not visually distracting. These functions are well integrated. 

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That fron forkhas good enginering, I like how You solved that thing, where tu put chain, not to make that fron fork too wide.

I just don't really get, how those gears on top are really connected.

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43 minutes ago, Thirdwigg said:

Looks great. I like how you managed to get the front and rear drive units into the motorcycle in such as way that they are not visually distracting. These functions are well integrated. 

I am glad you like it. 

42 minutes ago, Jurss said:

That fron forkhas good enginering, I like how You solved that thing, where tu put chain, not to make that fron fork too wide.

I just don't really get, how those gears on top are really connected.

I just saw your moc!  Our aproach to front suspension is very similar. My advantage is using cv joint instead of u-joints for 1 stud more room for gearing. Bigger wheels too. I think I have to read 2. 3. pages of forum for caming more fresh ideas :hmpf_bad:

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I think that is one of my favorite ones so far! It has a good mix of complexity and appearance, and I just have a soft spot for those knobby tires.

Good job!

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This is really really good. The way the functions have been incorporated whilst keeping the width in control is quite impressive, the front end especially.

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On 1/23/2021 at 10:41 PM, jorgeopesi said:

Just wow...

 

On 1/23/2021 at 11:13 PM, Lakop said:

Great! Good pictures.

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On 1/23/2021 at 11:38 PM, 2GodBDGlory said:

I think that is one of my favorite ones so far! It has a good mix of complexity and appearance, and I just have a soft spot for those knobby tires.

Good job!

 

On 1/24/2021 at 12:31 AM, langko said:

This is really really good. The way the functions have been incorporated whilst keeping the width in control is quite impressive, the front end especially.

Thanks, I am glad you like it👍

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Great job on front wheel drive integration. I don't recall seeing any better solutions done by chain.

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At first sight it does not look so complex, but after closer visual examination am I amazed how clean and simple-complex solutions you did here. I like the scrambler vibe, the short seat, low posture of the bike, front suspension solution, altough the front end seems to be slightly too long - I know that it is because the FWD mechanism, but still the missing front wheel trail (essential for stability) is slightly disturbing. However, you did a great job on this MOC! :)

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Hello, the link to this page from the result tc19 topic doesn't work.

Maybe you should specify it's a 2wd, your fork is so narrow that I didn't saw it, and like you see in the comments it's the function which should get you votes.

By the way I don't understand how the front drive works.

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On 30.01.2021 at 4:39 PM, MajklSpajkl said:

Great job on front wheel drive integration. I don't recall seeing any better solutions done by chain.

 

On 30.01.2021 at 5:12 PM, HorcikDesigns said:

At first sight it does not look so complex, but after closer visual examination am I amazed how clean and simple-complex solutions you did here. I like the scrambler vibe, the short seat, low posture of the bike, front suspension solution, altough the front end seems to be slightly too long - I know that it is because the FWD mechanism, but still the missing front wheel trail (essential for stability) is slightly disturbing. However, you did a great job on this MOC! :)

Thanks! I am glad you like it. Kind words from two good builder! 

On 02.02.2021 at 10:49 AM, Bluehose said:

Hello, the link to this page from the result tc19 topic doesn't work.

Maybe you should specify it's a 2wd, your fork is so narrow that I didn't saw it, and like you see in the comments it's the function which should get you votes.

By the way I don't understand how the front drive works.

Thanks for heads up I will fix it👍

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It is a clear and clean build you present to us.

I must say i am particulary impressed by the reflexion behind this one.

The gear box that gives both different gear ratios and 2WD/RWD...:wub:

And that colorsheme....

Well done, Sir!

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On 4-2-2021 at 7:46 AM, steph77 said:

The gear box that gives both different gear ratios and 2WD/RWD...

This also stands out for me, even more so than the front drive which is also very well executed. All in all a great and unique concept.

There are too many unique and beautiful bikes in this contest, voting will be very hard (once again)...:hmpf_bad:

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On 2/4/2021 at 9:46 AM, steph77 said:

It is a clear and clean build you present to us.

I must say i am particulary impressed by the reflexion behind this one.

The gear box that gives both different gear ratios and 2WD/RWD...:wub:

And that colorsheme....

Well done, Sir!

 

2 hours ago, Rudivdk said:

This also stands out for me, even more so than the front drive which is also very well executed. All in all a great and unique concept.

There are too many unique and beautiful bikes in this contest, voting will be very hard (once again)...:hmpf_bad:

Thanks, I am glad you like it :)

Digital file available on Rebrickable

 

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