Zack's Suzuki GS550 Almost Completed

Jamie and I picked this bike up a couple years ago with the intention of building it and selling it to make a few bucks. Well business picked up and we got so busy that we didn't even have time to build it. We modified the frame then it pretty much just sat there until my nephew Zack mentioned that he wanted to finish it. I made a deal with Zack and he got to work on it. Zack originally helped us tear the bike down and do the frame mods. Almost everything other than the frame was done completely by Zack (not bad for a 15yr old). Zack modified the gas tank, built the exhaust system, built the electric box, mounted up the seat pan, built a sissy bar that's not shown in these pics, and he has the engine taken apart right now to install an early kick start setup. Zack says he's gonna sell this bike when it's completed so he can get started on a Sportster or Shovelhead project.


Triumph Unit 500 Frame

Well I've been slacking on the blog again but I'll try to start making more posts. Here's a couple pics of a T-100 frame that we recently built for Jordan Graham. We offer full custom frames for Triumph unit 650's and 500's. All of our frames are available in any rake, stretch, axle drop, etc and prices start around $1200.


Selling my xs650

I am selling my 1980 xs650. I need the cash to put towards another vehicle due to my car taking a shit on me yesterday..it seems like it always happens when the snow starts falling. Rather than giving a full description here I will put up a link to the ebay listing..if anyone is interested it is only a 1 week listing..I need the money right away otherwise I would run the add for as long as possible. If anyone has questions or offers email me at sativaguy45@yahoo.com. Thanks.


Promote your business on Biker Metric

My friend Trent Reker runs a site called bikermetric.com. Trent is one of the best designers, writers, and promoters that I've ever met. He designed the banner for our blog and website, he's always posting our new products, etc on his site, and he will be designing a lot more for us in the future. Trent's probably the most real and down to earth guy that you will ever meet. If you're not already familiar with bikermetric.com check it out and if you run a business in this industry you should definitely consider advertising on bikermetric.com. Trent has helped our business tremendously and he can do the same for yours.  


Ralph's XS650 Update

We've made a little progress on Ralph's bike since the last time I posted about it so I thought I post a couple updated pics. This bike is running a full custom Elswick Cycles frame, electric box, bars, and sissy bar, BSA B25 front end, 21" front and rear Harley wheels with Avon Speedmaster tires front and rear, Wassel style gas tank from Jason at No School Choppers with paint by Ralph's brother Jesse Flores (more paint to come, this is just the base coat), and a polished stainless steel rear fender from Lowbrow Customs. This bike should be completed within the next couple months. Stay tuned for more updates. 


XS650 Mid Controls

We've had customers interested in mid controls since we first started building hardtails for the XS650's. Well they're finally here! We would have liked to start producing these a long time ago but we also wanted to spend the time to make them perfect. This is the highest quality and smoothest operating set of controls out there. 100% tig welded with bronze bushings on all moving parts. These are shown with brass pegs but they're also available in aluminum.