What began as a very rideable, very sensible Super73–Z1 has now been chopped up and reworked to become this ridiculous stretched-out ’70s-style chopper bike. When we left off with the first installment, the frame had gone to powdercoat and the front end was being mocked up. Now the front end is done, the seat is still out getting upholstered, and we’re working with the team at Super73 on some serious brake line and electrical cable extenders. We purchased a set of Emgo handlebars from JP Cycles that matched the Schwinn style well, then built-up a tall twisted stock sissy to fit the bicycle vibe. The frame will soon be yellow, and we’re trying something new for me—powdercoating the raw steel sissy bar and fork to look chrome. This build is inspired by old Schwinn bikes, but there will be no doubt about how custom and unique this little chopper is.