Friday, January 22, 2010

More Fenders

Seems like we have been doing a lot of softail fenders as of late. Three down one two go.

Fender and Plare

We just cam up with this little plate mount system for 00-06 FXST. We will be offering it soon.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

WTF, it never ends

Been a long couple of weeks, lots of fab work going on lately. I will take some pictures soon.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Snowy Days

Snowed the last two days, kind of liked it...

Winged Hats

Check the store for colors.

Seat Sping Mounts INSTOCK!

Check the store

Currently out of stock.

I have a fresh batch on order, hope will be here in two weeks.

Thursday, January 14, 2010


Got going on this fender almost done.

Jap Bikes...

Well after my rant below about buying American I figured I would fuck with ya a bit. ere is a little thought on doing Jap bikes (which we do). We do more for local economy on old Jab bikes then you would think. First we buy these bikes local, mostly from people that could use some cash to get buy, thus helping stimulate the economy. Next we fab most of the parts in house as there are not a lot of parts out there for them. If I am buying parts I am support guys like Pamco Pete and other small shops doing stuff for them. So when it is all done the only thing not from here is the original bike, look at a Harley Davidson parts package lately?

Do your part keep us going don't buy new shit from over seas, keep old shit going at least that stays here!!!

Support American Made?

With today's economy being what it is we should really look around at what it is we are buying and who it is benefiting. Some people are on a kick to buy American made items. Well to be called American made it only has to have a small portion of its manufacturing process done here in the states. I was talking with my hardware supplier the other day about going over to American made hardware and they told us it isn't worth it as most of the process is done over seas. So this brings me back to my original statement, who is it benefiting? I for one am a supporter of buying local. I hate Walmart and other big chains that under cute small family run business. If you keep supporting these places eventually that is all you will have. Some of you may be wondering what this has to do with motorcycles, well it is just the same. If you buy your parts from places like J&P cycles or Jirah you are not supporting the guy in your town. Next time you call that guy and ask him for advise on how to install that cool new part think about what you are doing to him. He is working his ass off to keep his shop open and you are just abusing him. This goes for all the big internet distributer and so on. Call them when your part doesn't fit correct maybe they will put it on the bridgport for you and make it work.

Anyways I got a little off there, I basically think buying American is a good start however we need to take it further. By local when you can, support small business when you can, these little things will make a big difference over time.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

No more Chrome

Adrian's Roadglide will be completely blacked out this year. What a lot of shit to take off...

Solution to a Problem

I have been dealing with a sporty wide tire kit a custom brought. It is set up for a 250mm rear tire and with this much pulley offset we need to make up this basket to hold the master and keep you out of the pulley. We also moved the forward controls out another 3 inches to the front of the pipes. This was a lot of work as nothing was avalible and everything had to be made in house.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Been a long time...

Haven't had a sporty up lately so I thought i would go back a bit. This bike has been posted here before, it was done two years ago for Daren Star. We met Darin through Duane Ballard.
The seat was a joke on Duane at the time i thought we did a good job, don't think Duane liked it as much.
Details are what make bikes.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

CycleSource Feb Issue

Check out the points covers in the product release section!

Triumphant Return

Heads reworked with new valves etc.

Rockers polished cylinder refinished