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Deathtrap Bike

Deathtrap Bike


By Mad Paris

Located in Brandon, Manitoba, Cycle Boyz is a full custom motorcycle fab and repair shop that was founded by two brothers, Derek, a licensed Harley-Davidson technician, and Brent, a fabricator of all things steel.

Cycle Boyz is truly a one-stop motorcycle shop. Whether your Twin-cam needs more grunt or your current project needs a one-off fuel tank or tooled leather seat, the Boyz can get it done ! “This is not a hobby or a job to us; it is an addiction and a true passion”.

Deathtrap is a bike that a buddy of the Boyz had taken in on trade as a rolling project in a Hot-Rod swap/deal. The buddy ended up moving to Burbank, California and asked if Cycle Boyz would finish the bike for him. What seemed like a simple task turned into a full blown build.

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LLMC

LLMC


By Alex Sirois

The LLMC 78 is a project that brought me back to my earliest memories of snowboarding – a feeling of freedom and individuality that was found in the early years of snowboarding and skateboarding. When Phil of Roquechop Design and I worked on my first bike it was just to make some changes to it; nothing crazy. Then I developed a much more critical eye and because of the way I am, I wanted to push my passion further with my tastes and influences : 4Q, Love Cycle, Pangea Speed, Eighty Six Channel and of course, Roquechop Design. So with Phil’s help we developed the vision and attitude for 78. I wanted a bike that was very minimalist and very “tight”. Phil wanted a bike that would be on the edge both aesthetically and mechanically. We wanted a machine that would run and not just be a showroom queen.

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Vaya Con Dios

Vaya Con Dios


By Brian Murray

Vaya con Dios came to fruition as a result of meeting Jason Glatt of Suicidal Cycles Inc. when he came to look at some new spoke motorcycle rims I had for sale. I told Jason that I was itching to build another chop and would be interested in a one-off frame. Jason said he was interested in purchasing the rims I had for sale and that he could build me any frame style I desired. So with that said we decided to trade the motorcycle rims value towards the cost of a rigid frame build.

Over the next several months I would stop by Jason’s shop now and then to check out his various builds all the while putting together in my head and on paper what frame design I would like built. By this time I had decided that Vaya con Dios would be a true one-off custom chopper in every aspect – not your typical generic chopper.

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Rediculous

Rediculous


By Alain W. Bélisle

Like every year the Revolution Magazine team makes it a point to travel the country to visit our friends and partners who work in the V-twin world. This also allows us to follow the evolution of this fantastic industry. Last fall was no exception. We visited our fellow bike builders in British Columbia, those of whom we know as being extremely creative.

It was during one of our runs through the fantastic landscapes of Western Canada that we made an impressionable encounter. Now you’re probably thinking a giant elk or a herd of sheep common on the roads out there or worse, a ferocious grizzly bear but this wasn’t the case. This remarkable meeting had nothing to do with the natural beauty of this region but more so with an impressive machine called “Rediculous”. A custom motorcycle created by Cherry Customs. This encounter struck us like a lightning rod; we absolutely had to share with you the discovery of this new bike.

 

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