Well I’m at it again I built this quick little cruiser to get me by until I build the xs650 I really want which I already have the bike and had this one sitting there so I said well to keep me from rushing my bike I’ll build one to cruise for now. I’m happy how she turned out I did it cheap so nothing to fancy. I got the bike from a guy down the street who didn’t know what he had after swapping out tanks and wheels and riding it stock for a bit I decided to cut it. I ran the original front fender but I lowered it then used a front fender for the rear. Continue Reading →
This is my XS 750 FLAT TRACK race bike. The frame is a 73 SHELL race frame and it needed much TLC. The motor is also a 73 but with extensive motor work ported heads ,big bore kit ,new cam , high per. oil pump 36mm carbs ,Jemco pipe right side shift and on and on.. Continue Reading →
(Work in progress)
Jose – This cool ass 650 started as a rusty find found in the back of a old garage in long island, ny. Everything was rusty, engine was siezed and nothing really worked. First thing i did was disassemble the whole bike. I cut off the engine cratel and send it to t.c. Brothers to have them hardtail it. I also got a set of bars from them, modified them by cutting 3 ” from the middle, and 1 1/2″ from the sides. I bought a set of boots for the front end. Continue Reading →
Anyone in Denver wanna go for a ride?
Morgan – Well, let me preface this by saying this was my first build… and my first bike. I had looked at motorcycles – especially choppers – from afar for a long time but never really considered getting one. My Dad never had one. I didn’t have an older brother who had one. My Mom hated them, So did my wife. Continue Reading →
This started from a $450.00 basket case. It was re-assmbled It’s been a daily rider ever since.