The owner of this bike Stellean Egelad makes no bones about it: "yes, I do drive it on the street." The name “Esox Lucius” is Latin for the Northern Pike game fish: the fish with the most attitude in the lake. Working from an original sketch by his friend Michael Hallgren, Stellan and colleague, Drusse Månson, worked every night and weekend for four months (792 hours This is a bike that gets ridden despie t's radical appearance. Oil tank: modified Scot blower, Exhaust: Stainless steel by SE Service, Intake: Aluminum by SE Service, Carburators: Dual SU H4, Ignition: Scintilla Magneto, Fuel tank: Aluminum with fuellevel gauge from 1930 Ford by SE Service, Rear fender: Aluminum by SE Service, Footpegs: Aluminum and brass by SE Service, Footcontrols: Stainless steel and brass by SE service, Frontbrake control: Aluminum, brass and Stainless steel by SE Service, Shiftstick: 1938 Ford, Sidestand: clutchpedal from 1938 Ford, Seat:Aluminum and brass by SE Service.
4 Years We added Esox Lucius to our
site on Jun 12, 2012.