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Roxxy

Roxxy

After several years of browsing magazine after magazine looking for ideas for my next bike, the time had finally come. I decided to pay a visit to Goone Cycles located in Alfred, Ontario. I had seen several of the owner Alain “Goone” Laliberté’s projects in various publications and a friend of mine recommended him citing the professionalism of his work. After a long conversation with Alain “Goone” Laliberté, I was determined to embark on my venture. The bike in question was a gift that I had decided to offer myself for my 50th birthday.

We first contacted Rolling Thunder to get a hold of one of their drop-seat Softail frames built with a single radius down-tube and wide enough to hold a 250 mm rear tire. Perse forks were then installed using Accutronics Tribal triple trees and tires were mounted onto RC ...

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Z-Rod

Z-Rod

Since its first introduction to the world, the Harley-Davidson® V-Rod immediately seized our attention. Its power and technology separated it from all other Harleys and blended in very well with our avant-garde style. Indeed our initial product development work was geared towards the V-Rod and today we offer a full range of custom parts to help personalize these awesome machines.

Our first V-Rod project included the addition of a single sided swing-arm to support a massive 360 mm wide rear tire and wheel. The effect was mind-blowing. That was followed by a series of models (of single sided swing-arms) for different tire widths. After building a few other successful products for this Harley model we put together a more race inspired, aggressive looking V-Rod in order to acknowledge our secret love for sport bikes, thus in 2006 we gave birth to the “Bad-Rod”. When Harley-Davidson® unveiled its new model from

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Techno Bobber

Techno Bobber

Unconventional, non-standard and unusual, that is what represents Roquechop Design’s vision. Undeniably, all that for whom “rebellious” is not only a word but also a way of life, RCD welcomes you.

Philip Roquebrune, the owner of RCD, was born into a “biker” family. Jim, Philip’s father, still works today as a proud mechanic. It is difficult to imagine that the passion for bikes took some time to settle in for Philip. In fact, his passion started as a result of a long electromechanical training program that combined machining, welding, electronics, hydraulics and more. This training primarily gave him a good start in creating, modifying or repairing just about anything. Moreover, being a perfectionist by nature, Philip was never satisfied with products known as “bolt on” and that itself gave him little choice but to begin manufacturing his own custom parts.

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Paul Cox

Paul Cox

“ Freedom and Speed Ain’t Cheap!”
With respect for the past and a vision toward the future, Paul Cox has always reached into the past century for the sake of defining tomorrow, to times that most will have no connection with. With complete engines that time has left behind, Paul has made it his personal business to bring back to life these components within the same rolling framework that bespeaks of Paul’s signature style. Clearly the road that Paul continues to travel bespeaks of his passionate and protective stance of the lifestyle choppers have allows him and us to enjoy.

Today Paul continues his stance by way of Paul Cox Industries, his very own custom motorcycle and fabrication shop dedicated to the high-performance art of hotrod chopper building. Based in Brooklyn, New York, Paul offers collectors a unique selection of ...

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