Monster TrackFighter kit

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Wanted to get some exposure on this kit to see what people think.  Here are some details:
-Built in the u.s.a.
-Replaces stock ugly rear section
-cut three places on frame and installs in under an hour
-Kit is fixture built and comes ready to install
-relocates shocks for more aggressive  stance
-holds the “Pill” electronics/battery box from Monstercraftsman
-comes with optional seat that we are having made as we speak (Seat in pictures is quick prototype, not actually final product)
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’81 Bobber Project

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Todd – Bought in Dec. 2012. Project was already started. Hard tail was welded on, and new wheels, tires, and DNA springer all came with it. Continue Reading →

1980 Ode To a Bratstyle

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Tala – This is my first Yamaha XS650 build, I bought it in stock form, barely running trucked it home, cleaned the carbs (BS34s) changed the oil to some really thick diesel weight and rode it over to the Alberta registries to make it legal. Next step was tear down and cut off the rear end. Because I live in Alberta Canada the roads are shit so I wanted to make a Bobber that I can ride without destroying my back, thus the Japanese Bratstyle. Continue Reading →

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Help Hughs handbuilt

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HHB had a massive flood in his shop and lost inventory and his office. Here’s a link with lots of pictures where you can check out the carnage.

If you’d like to support Hugh you can donate

http://www.gofundme.com/Hughs-HandBuilt-Support

And Jon from monstercraftsman is selling T-shirts – All proceeds will go to Hughs. Anybody who has had their feet kicked out from under them knows how much it sucks –  Running a small business can be a BITCH.

“M.I.L.F.” Motorcycle I Loved Fabricating

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My name is Bryon and this is my first build. She’s a 1970 XS1. The moment I saw that front hub on another bike I was hooked. I had a blast building this bike and it’s far from done, hell who knows if they are ever done right? It’s pretty much stock other than the obvious frame modifications. Run of the mill pamco ign., PMA, upgrades. The seat is from Mother road customs, they have a lot of really cool leather work, and being a fan of war era pinup girls this was a must. Continue Reading →

72/79 Cafe

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Ted H – Made a cafe out of 2 bikes I had laying around used 72 tank and neck-title and the 79 engine. Used the 79 tank for a bump-stop and sewed a seat cool cafe. Continue Reading →