just for us. That frame rides smooth with a big motor. It's a long bike. But it works." With a 42 degree neck rake, and a set of Progressive shocks, the bike runs low and mean. Barry powered his buddy's steed with a 121-inch TP mill.

The Y2K chassis aside, what really catches eyes on this scoot is the Wer-nimont bodywork. Russ Wernimont and Barry Cooney go way back. "Everything was one off from the stretched tank to the rear fender," Cooney told us. "Russ has the rollers and benders to make all this happen. When we're doing a 300 tire with a full encompassing rear fender, that's who I call. Russ is up to his neck in work but he's always down for something interesting too." Russ fabricated an aggressive flat top stretched gas tank for Harlan's machine but it's

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