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Carpidiem

Carpidiem

Speed Trix, builder of Carpidiem
We would never have believed that our family dream would have taken on such magnitude after 10 years (already). Located in a small town named St-André d’Argenteuil that is bordered by a beautiful river, two brothers – whose gift for originality along with a high level of attention to detail (which has become their trademark) – opened their shop called Speed Trix. Thanks to word of mouth, they soon outgrew their workplace and were forced to move into larger facilities and to acquire new modern equipment to accommodate their growing popularity. A large showroom exhibits accessories, clothing, all types of bike apparel, jewelry along with the vast well-equipped shop is sure to satisfy their clientele.

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The V-REX

The V-REX

Christian Travert, builder of The V-REX
After spending weeks carefully studying the images of the design of the V-REX, Christian Travert stumbled onto it on the World Wide Web, rendered by world famous Tim Cameron motorcycle 3D designer.He knew it was a big enough challenge and decided he must build it and bring it on the streets of America. Christian’s background speaks for itself. As an engineering genius and bike builder extraordinaire based in Florida, he has already achieved the near impossible by being responsible for the engineering and building of the outrageous 250mph ‘Y2K’ jet turbine-powered bike – still regarded as the fastest, street legal, production motorcycle in the world. He has also built the “Daytona Boss” also powered by a jet engine, which was ordered by the largest Harley Davidson dealer/owner, Mr. Bruce Rossmeyer. Something struck Christian about the futuristic design and he found himself beginning to apply his engineering know-how to some of the problems posed by the design. If anyone possessed the talent to bring this outrageous new design alive, it was this man.

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The Blower Bike

The Blower Bike

Keith Armstrong, builder of The Blower Bike
Mid 1970s A&A Performance opened its doors in Hamilton, Ontario. At the time the owner, Jerry Armstrong, raced a 1967 RSSS Big Block Camaro C Cayuga drag strip. Jerry opened A&A Performance, a high performance shop and fab shop. In 1980 Jerry moved his family from Hamilton to Victoria in B.C. A&A opened up approximately one year later, mainly as a fab shop. The shop worked on many different projects from drag cars, sand drag cars 4x4’s and any general metal fabrication.

I am Keith Armstrong born in 1970. My first memories are made of drag cars, motorcycles, cragar mags and the smell of burnt rubber. After we moved to Victoria, I raced BMX and was the first and youngest rider to make it over the MT Doug hill climb on an 80cc dirt bike, which was in Canadian Biker in 1982.

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Voodoo

Voodoo

Kreator, builder of The Voodoo
Voodoo is a derivative of the world’s oldest known religions, which have been around in Africa since the beginning of human civilization. Within the voodoo society, there are no accidents. Practitioners believe that nothing and no event has a life of its own without a “Kreater.” The universe is all one.

Scientists know that. Nature knows it. George Tchor of Kreater Custom Motorcycles in Toronto, Ontario knows it. And it is only befitting that the bike you are looking at is named Voodoo.

Whilst sharing a Corona one late Friday evening after a night of wrenching, I ask Mr. Tchor to tell me about the magnificent Kreation – that is the Voodoo sitting in his showroom – that bespeaks of barbaric, primitive, and sexually licentious tone with its ever presence.

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