Projects & Customer builds
Here is my most current build project. Its a 2007 Yamaha Road Star 1700cc. The bike you see below started completely stock. Since the bagger craze, I decided to try my hand at a big wheel custom bagger. After researching and looking at the Harley Baggers, I thought I could pull off the same concept. So the Road Star was the platform to go with. As you'll see in pics below, the bike underwent alot of changes...stances... wheels...fender setups until I got the look I wanted in the end. Will keep this updated until bike is complete. Enjoy the pics!!
Here is a pic/video of my latest project!!.....
2008 Yamaha Raider S 1900cc. Keep in mind once again, this build was done in my garage with basic tools. Goal was to keep bike clean, take off anything that wasn't needed with a nice low stance. This was a fun project and won quite a few awards including being selected to be in the 2013 Yamaha Star Calendar and 2013 Raider of the Year Award!
2003 Honda Shadow Spirit 750cc. This was my first project bike. Wanted something small to get my feet wet to see if it was something I wanted to tackle. Well, got it, took it apart, and the rest was history! This was the reason why I'm doing what I love today! This was a neat little project.... little bit of a rough ride in the rear.... but fun! This bike also won several awards and was selected to be in "The Darkside" metric bike calendar in 2005!
- This is my latest project. Its also a 2007 Yamaha Silverado. Ive always wanted to try my hand at a Road King version since I did the Street Glide. Now that its underway, its a neat project and having alot of fun! Couple things to take away from this, is a new set of trees I have designed (Hybrid Series). These are the Yamaha trees with all Harley bolt on bars, fork cans, and street glide fairing, nacelle. The reason for this change was just to open up more options for making it a custom tree for those that wanted to make it their own. Also running full front and rear air ride with a 200 psi hidden tank under bag. Stay tuned as this bike goes through the process until complete!