The Coloradoan-

"You hear a lot about green. This is one of the few things that I have seen that is really green." Anderson said. "I think it is going to be a very, very, very unique vehicle."


"These bikes are totally amazing and show what can be done with a little ingenuity, a lot of work, and real vision. This conversion process beats Cash for Clunkers any day of the week. "


"There's so much that's cool about how Blindspot Cycles created the "Drag N' Bag" motorcycle in the picture above, it's hard to know where to start. Is it that Blindspot Cycles' owner Chris Ravana gets his supplies (mostly) from junkyards around his home of Fort Collins, Colorado? Is it that he replaces the fuel-sucking powerplants with all-electric drivetrains? Is it that he has a sense of style that just forces you to pause and go, "whoa"?"

The Bachelor Guy-

"Owner Chris Ravana has found a way to combine his love for the Earth and vintage motorcycles to create nostalgic and modern motorcycle designs complete with zero-emissions green technology."

The Green Scene-

"The green revolution is hitting the biker world!"