Batman Character Impersonator Sports a Dastardly Sinnis Machine.
We spoke to 34-year-old Michael Edmunds, who regularly attends conferences and events in full costume on his Sinnis machine. He was happy to tell us about his bike and its modifications.
“It’s a 64-plate Sinnis Heist. I got the bike in black, then decided to change it into a bike version of the 1966 Batmobile.
I looked at the Batmobile then tried to emulate it with the style of the bike. I changed the indicators, added pinstriped red tape to the frame, fender and headlamp. I custom cut the bat logos from vinyl sheets. The shape of the bike already suited the theme.
I use the bike for various fundraising events, comic cons and photoshoots as I both act and entertain as the joker–I vary between Nicholson’s joker and 1966 one. I go to at least 6 comic conventions a year and people always comment on the bike.”
We’re loving Michaels mods and his look. It’s great to see how the bike has evolved.
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