Kicking Back For The Long Chopper Ride. 70’s Style.

Nothing more retro 70’s than these “Streamliner Bars” (I think a very bad name for this type of design) that you will immediately associate with long cross country rides on a very long chopper where you need to kick back and relax.

Enough room to attach your tool bag, Mexican bedroll and American star studded bandana.

Made in America by Pangea and distributed by a company I didn’t know called 70 Moto

6 Responses to “Kicking Back For The Long Chopper Ride. 70’s Style.”

  1. 1 Racindan55 Jul 20th, 2010 at 12:27 am

    If you go to 70 Moto website the bars are listed for $1, bet that ain’t right.

    I’m old enough to remember seeing a lot of Dudes with these bars on their rides, not bad on the highway but a little tricky in town.

  2. 2 Miami Chopper Shop Jul 20th, 2010 at 12:44 pm

    Back in the 70’s, the only thing I remember well about those super long front ends is……….I hated them around town.

  3. 3 Miami Chopper Shop Jul 20th, 2010 at 12:46 pm

    I hated those things. Felt like you were riding on a steel beam.

  4. 4 Bigfoot Jul 20th, 2010 at 10:05 pm

    I always liked the 6 bend pullbacks a lot better. Wider for better handeling and came back far enough to where I could rest my elbow on my knee on long trips.

  5. 5 Bigfoot Jul 20th, 2010 at 10:20 pm

    I went to 70 moto and they have almost nothing with pictures and very few parts listed.
    I tried to order the handlebars but I couldn’t.

  6. 6 R. Alan Jul 27th, 2010 at 9:39 pm

    I remember trying to ride those jacked up bikes with crazy handlebars, 6 over frontends, and steel bars for shocks… They went straight, and relativelaty fast well enough. Just keep ’em out of town and don’t get in a hurry to turn a corner…

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