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Viper

Viper


By Karine Legault

If ever you ride in the beautiful Laurentian mountains of Quebec on the country road that runs along the Ottawa River chances are you will meet countless motorcyclists. In the picturesque village of Saint-André d’Argenteuil you will find all kinds of artisans, painters, sculptors, blacksmiths but most importantly the resident motorcycle designers and craftsman at Speed Trix !

The showroom building attached to the motorcycle shop has over 6 800 square feet of floor space. This space offers plenty of room for new upcoming projects; the new areas of business that are being developed to better serve their vast clientele. This family run business welcomes you as if “you” were part of the family unit. It also takes pride in keeping their customers upto- date when it comes to what’s new in the world of motorcycles.

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Mistress

Mistress


By Alain Bélisle

I was riding my bike enjoying its incomparable vibrations and swallowing up the miles that separated me from the small village of Digby, Nova Scotia. That’s where the annual Wharf Rat Rally takes place. All along the ride, as my nose was put to the test by the stinging bugs that came to tragically end their days upon my face, I day-dreamt of the mechanical beauties that I would see. Although I planned to get there in two days it only took me one. I failed to heed to the excitement of seeing so many beautiful bikes and that significantly helped reduce the length of my trip. I always respected the speed limit ! Respecting it doesn’t necessarily mean I had to follow it though does it ? Wink ! Wink !

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Crossroad Trickster

Crossroad Trickster


By Charlie Richard

The very “trick” custom motorcycle you see before you was generated thanks to the praiseworthy winning of a “best of show” prize at the King of Customs Hot Rod and Motorcycle Show in Calgary, Alberta. Trickfactory Customs was showcasing a number of their handcraft choppers at this very hip exposition and unbeknownst to them were called up to accept the most prestigious of awards. The prize was a very cool and very rare Jesse James, West Coast Choppers CFL-2 rigid frame with 35 degrees of rake. Unbelievable ! This frame appealed to the guys at Trickfactory so much that they decided they just couldn’t part with it. This frame wouldn’t be for sale on the shop’s showroom floor on Monday. It was a keeper !

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JRRC

JRRC


By Konstantine Zakzanis

Joe, who originally hails from Montreal, got his introduction to the world of custom motorcycles by sharing a shop with renowned builder Dave Cody. Early on Dave stressed to Joe the importance of keeping a bike both simple and functional, something Joe has always practiced in the vehicles that he has created over the years. In 1986 Joe moved to Toronto and after working for a couple of different racecar shops he had the good fortune to land a gig as the lead fabricator for Style- Master Custom Motorcycles. Joe was involved with building high-end custom bikes for some of the most prolific people in Toronto.

 

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