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.
- 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 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.