Kikker Hard Knock - 110cc Bobber

At just $1495.00, this little 110cc bobber, dubbed the "Hard Knock", might be a fun alternative for cruising the neighborhoods. C...

Kikker Hard KnockAt just $1495.00, this little 110cc bobber, dubbed the "Hard Knock", might be a fun alternative for cruising the neighborhoods.

Claiming to have NO plastic parts, it boasts a springer front suspension, forward controls, jockey shifter, hydraulic disk brake, and a 4-speed 4-stroke engine.

To keep the shipping price down, you have to perform the final assembly, putting one the forks, front wheel, fender and cables.

But at just $1495.00, why put around town in a Vespa, when you can cruise around in one of these?

Click here to see Kikker Hardknocks on eBay

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  1. We also have them for sale online!
    http://www.ScooterLeather.com

    Scooter
    The Scooter Works

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  2. They say that they're easy to put together but I ended up sending mine back after giving up trying for 4 days. Definitely not for an amateur. I think I might get one pre-assembled from these guys at http://www.oregoncitychoppers.com.
    Its worth any price to avoid the headaches of putting these together and they offer extended warranties if anything goes wrong which I'm sure a lot would if I put one of these together!
    I hear they are selling these bikes like hot-cakes.

    Jeff Roland Portland, OR

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  3. voice of reason10/06/2007 11:08:00 PM

    Jeff from Portland is lying. These bikes are easy to assemble. In addition, KIKKER would NEVER let anyone return a bike that was partially assembled. Jeff probably works for (or owns) the bike shop he is endorsing. His posting is obviously a blatant, sneaky trick and as a result, Oregon City Choppers should be avoided like the PLAGUE!

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  4. dose anyone know if these can be made street legal in BC canada?

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  5. I got one last week. I am still not done. It is not bad til the wiring comes into play. Instructions are not detailed enough for me. Not sure how I am going to complete the wiring without help from a pro.

    But all in all coool Bikes.....

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  6. I have been selling the Hardknock bobber since it came out, I have had a lot of very happy customers and nothing but good things have been said about the quality of the bike. everyone loves it. it doesn't sound whimpy at all it is comparable to an older harley or triumph and just as fun to ride, the hard knobk bobber from kikker 5150 turns heads where ever it goes. older guys that cannot hold up the heavy bikes any more are a lot of my customers. they are built with very excellent quality and pride and kikker 5150 stands behind his 1 year warrany and always ships the parts out right away. Micks Customs has been in business for 10 years operating as a small custom car and motorcycle shop and we have now switched our focus on the hard knock. we love to customise them for the owners and offer the very lowest price possible with free shipping always on all of our bikes, custom parts, apparel, hats, shirts . we also offer a very helpful assembly video and $200 pinstriping, you can't beat that price anywhere. check out our web site
    www.mickscustoms.com or you can e mail me at mick@mickscustoms.com i'd be happy to help with your hardknock or parts they are great quality bikes, i ride mine as often as i can and it's 1 and 1/2 years old, never had a problem with it, except for all of the interests in it and attention, look for the 200cc hardknock 200 cc hardknock coming in summer of 2008

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  7. Here at Oregon City Choppers we started with an idea of bringing a mid size chopper to the working class so you can save some dough on gas and still ride in style.

    It grew into a passion to provide a more affordable chopper without giving up quality and still have it look sick.

    We're proud to introduce to you a 200cc custom chopper sitting at a mind blowing 7 feet 9 inches long with a 45 degree rake. The front rim size is 16 inches and the back rim is a whopping 14 inch 205mm wide tire. It throttles quickly to over 60 MPH.

    We also have a 110cc bobber with a classic look & style that cruises at 57+ MPH. This bike comes with a lot of great options for customization such as white wall tires, 8 ball or skull shifter, plus a wide array of color options and more.

    Best of all we fully assemble the bikes and make them street legal, in most states excluding California.

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  8. Kikker 5150 does not have reliable customer service to back up the awsome little bikes they sell! I ordered mine on june 3rd, they told me I would have it in three weeks. Six weeks went by they sent a roller with no motor! It is now August 14 still no motor. No responce to e-mails, no call backs from left messages... Great quality bike, but buy one from a dealer who has everything in stock...Or you could feel victomized wondering how long you should wait before seeking legal council!

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  9. I tried to order one of these from the company and had nothing but bad experiences with them. I ordered mine on July 9th, was told the frames were on back order and that it would ship in 3-4 weeks. after 4 weeks I called and spoke with someone who told me, "we'll call you when it ships". another 2 weeks went by and nothing. I called again and was told 7-10 days. By this time I was getting pretty fed up with the crappy customer service and running out of riding weather here in the Pacific Northwest, so I started looking online for an alternative. While searching for custom bobbers I found a 110cc Hardknock in Yakima, 2 hours away from me. It was already assembled customized and licensed for the street and it was only $150 more than I was going to pay for one from the company. Needless to say, I jumped all over it, bought it and canceled my order with the company. The funny thing is when I called to cancel my order the guy I spoke with acted like he expected it, so evidently I wasn't the only one who had problems. After reading some of the comments on here I have to say I feel kind of fortunate, not having had to try to build this bike. I love riding it, but I have to agree with the post that said you're better off finding one from a dealer than trying to deal with the company directly and build it yourself. They have an unsatisfactory rating with the better business bureau and it is mainly for customer service issues. They put out a quality product, they just don't support their customers very well. Bottom line, I'm happy I got one, it's a real head turner and a blast to ride around town and out through the wheat fields. I just hope I don't have any problems with it that would require me to have to deal with Kikker 5150. So far I am seriously unimpressed with their 'customer service'. I spoke with one of his dealers when trying to find one and was told they have problems dealing with Kelly, the owner, and were searching for an alternative themselves. Pretty bad when your dealers bad-mouth you to the general public. What I think is that the bikes got too popular too fast and the guy couldn't keep up with the orders. I heard he also got a shipment of rusty chrome frames, which screwed him up as well. He isn't offering chrome frames any more either, I heard. Dude has a great product, just don't know jack about running a business. at least that's my opinion, for what it's worth.

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  10. Yeah I waited 9 weeks for a bike and got duplicates of some parts and none of some others. Some of the parts that were sent didn't fit or are not intended for this specific model.

    This sucks!

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  11. this last summer with gas prices being so high and demand for motorcycles and scooters was crazy, yah there were alot of back orders, everyone waited 3 months for the new heavy duty frames. now the 200cc is out and the service of most dealers is great. in the past 5 months i can order a customers bike and they have it in 5 days, thats fast. the hardknock has only been out for 2-1/2 years and there are thousands on the street. theyre fun, look great and are a high quality motorcycle. like i said before some people claiming to be dealers have given a bad reputation to others. just make sure the dealer you choose is a reliable one. micks customs has been in business for years and we have a great reputation for fast reliable friendly service. we are rated a top dealer in the business and continue to uphold our reputation by keeping the customers happy and giving $500 of upgrades with every 200 hardknock order, we are the only one commited enough to this business to do that. nobody comes close to the deals we make. check us out at www.mickscustoms.com and go to http://www.hardknock.buildaforum.com/index.php? if you want to ask questions about the bikes or about a dealer. you will get honest answers from hardknock owners and dealers both. thank you for listening, mick (owner)

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  12. are there any hard knock dealers in central texas?

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  13. Kelly Kikker is a rude person that has no customer service skills. I ordered $6,000 worth of items from him and when I needed assistance after the order he was rude and kept talking down to me as if I was a moron. He then told me to go somewhere else if I wasn't happy with his attitude then he hung up the phone on me. What a piece of work this guy is.

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  14. These bikes sound hella annoying! A bunch of rode through on a run here in Washington state. They are vespas for people that are scared to ride the real thing...

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  15. Don't waste your money, nothing more than a cheap chinese mini bike. lots of quality issues and Crappy resale value and not even street legal. Get a real bike!

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  16. Chinese JUNK! I bought one. Big mistake,

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  17. The Kikker company as a whole sucks as-! The bike is a lot of fun to ride and it gets a lot of attention. You must be willing to tinker a lot 'cause it does seem to vibrate the hell out of the parts on it so locktite everything! Fun bikes just not a quality "motorcycle" but a lot of fun. Steele's sold me some pats I needed and the people there are kick ass! They sent me what I needed right away. Kelly on the other hand fro m the main company here Brentwood, Ca could care less about even calling you back sendig parts or anything regarding his product he sucks! Just find a good after market shop Like I did that way you don't have to deal with the main company. Alex of Modesto, Ca

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  18. I GOT MY 200 TOGETHER AND RUNNIN PRETTY EASY. ITS BEEN A FEW MONTH AND NOT A SINGLE PROBLEM(KNOCK ON WOOD) PLUS I PUT A BUNCH OF CUSTOM ITEMS SOME I FABED MYSELF SO IN MY OPINION ANYONE WITH THE SLIGHEST BIT OF MECH ABILITY CAN DO IT. THIS WAS MY FIRST BIKE EVER BEFORE I BOUGHT MY KNOCK IV NEVER EVEN SAT ON A BIKE SO I DONR SEE WHY SOO MANY PEOPLE ARE HAVING PROBLEMS AND IF YOU ARE JUST GET ON THE FORUM AND MOST PEOPLE ON THERE WOULD ME MORE THAN HAPPY TO HELP NOT TO MENTION THERE ARE A TON OF STEP BY STEP VIDS ON THE NET FOR PUTTING ANY PARTS TOGETHER.JUST DO YOUR RESEARCH.BY THE WAY I ORDERED A SPEEDOMETER KIT FROM STEELE'S AND IT ARRIVED COMPLETLY BROKEN.THE GLASS WAS COMPLETLY BROKEN THROUGH AND HE SAID IT WOULD TAKE LIKE SIX WEEKS TO GET ANOTHER AND I NEED THAT TO GET IT LEGAL BUT I WAS HAPPY WITH THE OTHER PART I GOT FROM HIM.

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  19. anyone register the kikker is bc canada

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