RED and Simple

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Bryce – It took just over a year from the time i purchased the bike. My brother in law first showed me the xs650 over two years ago, i was hooked. Before i knew it every time i was on the internet i was looking at xs650chopper.com or tcbroschoppers.com. I started to envision what i wanted in my 650. Once i decided i was serious about getting started i then turned to craigslist and other various sites searching for a basketcase i could pick up for cheap. My brother in law (the one who got me started) found a 74 tx 650 in fort Collins. 500 bucks and i was on my way. Continue Reading →

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XS650 Chopper Bobber Walk Around

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XS650 Chopper / Bobber built in my garage. 4″ Stretch G&L weld on hardtail, 21″ front, 180-16″ rear, 2 under DNA springer, Various Harley Parts, Custom paint & ghost flames by Steve Forte. 12″ apes, 6″ Fake Oil can for electronics with a channel for the chain to run through. Monster chain Tensioner. G&l Forward Controls.
Fun little scoot to ride !!!!

83 XS650 Heritage Special

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Jamie – I found this bike in a chop shop in southern Alberta on consignment. It was a non runner and had been hacked up somewhat missing some of it’s original heritage style. Nevertheless, I saw the potential and began work on it immediately after getting it running. Continue Reading →

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Lucky #11

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Tiago – How it all started, I bought a basket case XS650 with a running motor, salvaged as many of the original parts as possible. Continue Reading →

In memory of my uncle Phil aka PJ.

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Joshua – This was one of the worst builds I’ve ever seen. My uncle and I were going to rebuild it together, he past so I finished it knowing he is looking down with a big smile on his face. RIP Uncle Phil. Continue Reading →

Danish XS650 Caferacer

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Kenneth – The project actually started in 2008 with me buying an old Honda CB200 tank on ebay. I loved the shape of it and figured that it some day would be perfect for a project. Later the same year i came across some modified XS650´s on some web pages and felt that this was the perfect bike to modify. The looks of an old English bike, but with metric bolts allover :-) Continue Reading →