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Classified Moto started this project with a 1991 Honda Scrambler CT70, something you probably wouldn’t guess just from looking at the final product. “Junior” is John Ryland’s bike built for wheelies, and it’s meant to serve as pint-sized version of the custom bike shop’s “Frank” bike, which they built with Rebel Yell Bourbon. The minibike boasts the familiar Classified Moto aesthetic, meaning it’s raw yet refined and looks plucked from the set of The Walking Dead. They stripped the frame, tossed on some off-the-shelf canister shocks, added a flip-up seat, and bolted on the front end to create something attractive and fun. Here’s the minibike in action.

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