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This week's readers' rides
Here at BikeRadar we've decided to celebrate Halloween in an altogether different way, and so this week's readers' rides is a Frankenbike takeover. We asked you guys earlier this week to come out with your most obscure bicycle builds, and sure enough we received some pretty scary responses.
Kicking off we've got this 'fat trike' from The Bike Pedaler. Equipped with Marzocchi's Shiver downhill fork and rubber wide enough to frighten children, it's truly a Frankenstein creation. Even its owner was trembling when he took this pic…
Whyte's PRST full susser looked weird enough when it was new but this purple example sent over by Bobs Bikes has truly given us the creeps.
Don Kirkham sent over two unholy creations but his aero-bar equipped Specialized Hardrock won the freakshow. We really don't know how to feel about this.
Gamdo submitted this 1994 Specialized Crossroads – dubbed the MonsterCross, it's now a drop bar equipped singlespeed that rolls on 700x40 rubber. Strangely, it works for us.
Meet Frank, the Woodrup time trial bike of Sol Findley. The saddle alone was enough to qualify it for this list.
VeloDynamics sent over this awesome looking Dimond bike – equipped with full Dura-Ace Di2 and a Flo disc/90 wheel combo, it manages to be both trick and treat.
Switching back to normal bikes we've got this spooky shot of Sean Parry's Cannondale Trigger on the 373 section, of Y Wal, Afan Forest.
There's nothing scary though about Nick Long's Genesis CDF. Here it is sitting pretty in front of the Exe estuary on the south coast of Devon.
Meanwhile Evie McDermott sent over this recently renovated 1992 Reynolds 753 road bike.
Australian reader Dan Humphrey dropped us this shot of his racey Merida Ninety-Six, complete with an enviable backdrop.
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