Don’t know whether I’ve ever mentioned this or not, but I’ve got a thing about gold. Yeah, I know, big surprise, everybody covets gold for its unique metallic properties and its high value. Hey, that’s okay for you maybe, but I’ve got a thing about gold paint on motorcycles, not the stuff selling for an ounce at $1319.60 as of August 29th. What the hell would I do with an ounce of gold, look at it? But, a well-done gold motorcycle is something I know exactly what to do with and it ain’t just looking at it. 
Published in Baggers
    One thing that always blows my mind is the capability of some custom builders to turn out one beautiful custom after another especially when they’re not just formulaic builders, but imaginative artisans as well. Unlike what we all experienced watching chopper TV, custom builds do not go together in an hour. True, there are those ultimate personal moments for builders when some new idea or technique works out as good as or better than they expected. But, behind all that momentary glory there’s just a ton of hard grunt work that can seemingly go on forever including schedules that make sleep seem like the distant past and life takes a backstage to real life of finishing a project.
Published in Modified Stockers
   There are a quite a bunch of people that love looking at custom bikes, but seem to almost hate them as much. Nothing’s ever right from the color to the model of Harley it’s built around and everything in between. That’s especially the case with the trendiest of trendy big wheel custom baggers where the Internet wailing goes on about basically anything that’s been done from the wheels to the paint to how low it sits. “It can’t be ridden” is the comment that always comes up when all else fails. What if you could have your cake and eat it too on a customized Harley that’s an immediate eye catcher yet still has all the basic street goodness of a Harley-Davidson you could ride daily or across country if you felt like it. Would that interest you?
Published in Modified Stockers