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The Joker

The Joker


By Carl Séguin

This project started three years ago on the day my wife and I attended the Montreal International Motorcycle Show. My goal at that time was to buy a Ducati sport bike that is until I met up with the Speed Trix team. I spoke with them at length and they made me discover a totally different type of motorcycle. What they presented was anything but ordinary. From that moment the desire to own a unique and personalized bike was put in place.

It began with the frame. This first step really took a lot of time. Knowing it was the foundation for the project, I wanted to make sure the bike would be both comfortable to ride and of course aesthetic to the eye! Once I chose my wheels I felt that the project was...

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El Diablo

El Diablo


Well they did it again! They got a hold of some quality ingredients, blended them into a fine mixture, rolled those elements up into a perfect display of excellence then proceeded to fire up the concluding result! The effect: a true sense of satisfaction followed by nervous laughter that eventually turned into an all-embracing rush of euphoria. The reason: knowing that their relentless efforts had taken them to a new high! Yes people After Dark Motorcycles smoke the competition one more time!

ADM built this bike after first selling its owner’s, Derek Ward, very customized Softail. They then set a plan in motion to build a bike the way Derek wanted it built. Intense, exact and very dangerous! With an S&S ninety-three-cubic-inch Shovelhead motor, six-speed transmission and custom exhaust this little devil reprimands the rivalry! To carry on the aura of seriousness Derek insisted on keeping the springer front end, sixty spoke wheels and “stick ‘em up” handlebars painted in the shade of Lucifer’s cape, black of course.

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Calvaria

Calvaria


RNR Custom Cycle makes no bones about it!

Ryan Robinson first got his start turning wrenches in the early 1980’s as a car mechanic in his hometown of Guelph. Not only did he work on everything from Aspens to Iroc-Zs but it was also during this period in time that he built his very first bike, a very cool 1984 hard-tail Shovel with all the go-fast goodies. As an avid sport fisherman Ryan spent every weekend he could traveling the Georgian Bay coastal routes off of the Great Lake Huron in Ontario’s southwest region. Tired of the constant road trips to get to his favourite fishing holes he decided to pack up and move to Shallow Lake in 1989. Working on cars to pay the bills came easy to Ryan but it wasn’t long before the lure of the local Harley dealership took hold of him and he soon found himself spending much of his free time hanging around the service bay. Ryan hit it off real well with the owners of that dealership and before he knew it he became an official shop hang-around ...

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