I received a Raleigh Tomahawk for my birthday (I can't recall which) and was bitterly disappointed since it was not the 3-speed Raleigh Chopper my parents claimed was too big. In glorious purple, the Tomahawk had a plastic chrome plate where the T-bar should have been but otherwise was a small replica of the Raleigh Chopper.
I rode that bike all over Guiseley and Yeadon for years, and couldn't part with it even when I finally upgraded to a 5 speed racer. My friends and I would play 'air combat', imagining we were fighter pilots gunning each other down, giving ourselves ranks such as 'Hyper-honcho' through to 'Turkey'. I had the most success when I teamed up with a mate riding pillion as a tail gunner!
The Chopper gear-change links could be kicked in a fly past, dropping the bigger bike into 3rd gear and making them a sitting duck for a straffing run, but the Tomahawk could always be wheelied by standing on the rear axel stems, something I thought was quite spectacular at that age!