Wednesday, August 21, 2013

A lot of unusual bikes come through our door...

...but this has to be one of the most interesting. Said to be built in the mid 90s by Randy Smith of Custom Cycle Engineering. Rubber mounted, 95" Harley Evo motor and bagger trans in a hand made aluminum frame. The fuel tank was carbon fiber and the rest of the sheet metal was aluminum. It also had a set of FXDX adjustable 39mm forks and a pair of piggy back shock. And yes, the fork were converted to single disc with a Performance Machine 6 piston caliper and a monster PM 13" full floating race disc. Wheels were also early PM wire spokes, 19" front and 18" rear. Word around the camp fire is that he built this thing for his wife to ride. It was pretty sick. 

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