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Custom Builder Eddie Meeks Quantum Leap Photo Gallery
We first saw Quantum Leap at the 2010 AMD World Championships of Custom Bike Building in Sturgis where it took 7th place in the Freestyle Class.
Quantum Leap is a bike like no other with its front wheel drive and rear wheel steering systems in a streamlined custom motorcycle.
A series of shafts, ring-and-pinion gears and universal joints transfer the power from the Baker Right-Side Drive transmission to the front wheel of Quantum Leap.
It took four years and 2200 man hours to build this one-off custom since most of its parts were designed and milled by Eddie Meeks.
Quantum Leap features rear wheel steering via a series of hydraulic pistons.
Very few parts on Quantum Leap weren't designed and fabricated by renaissance man, Eddie Meeks.
Features like an internal throttle and clutch, air suspension and 360 brakes constitute a clean and tidy custom motorcycle.
Quantum Leap has sleek, streamlined bodywork made of nickel plating.
Quantum Leap ranks as one of the most intriguing custom motorcycles we’ve come across in a long time.
Under Quantum Leap's bodywork is a tubular frame with a touch of flat steel that houses a 101 cubic-inch Patrick Racing V-Twin fed by a Mikuni carb.
Quantum Leap, by Eddie Meeks, turns conventialism on its head with its front wheel drive and rear wheel steering.
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