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The Knuckle Baby

The Knuckle Baby

Suicidal Cycles, builder of The Knuckle Baby
Suicidal Cycles Now I know what some of you are thinking after looking at some of the bikes I’ve built: either I’m a little off my nut or just a little too creative but I’ll tell you that I’ve come to this point in life honestly. It all started way back “in the day”. You see pretty much all the guys in my family are creative builders of some sort. My grandpa was way into old cars and lived next door so I got a lot of knowledge from him on what’s cool about the old stuff and there was always something going on in his shop to play with. Then my Dad went even one step further, not only did he work on old cars he was also into aircraft, electronics and truly building things from scratch. I think he is my true inspiration for doing things the way that I do: “my way or get out”. Then there is my brother Keith. He has built...

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Speeding Billet

Speeding Billet

Industrial Custom Cycle, builder of Speeding Billet
It might be of interest to note that this is my first attempt at building a complete custom motorcycle, and that other than the wheels, no CNC machinery was used in the construction of the bike. I’ve had the idea for the forks in my mind for about 15 years. I also knew that I wanted to have a matching billet swing arm and that the bike was going to be in true “chopper” style. I wanted the bike to have an extra wide rear tire but didn’t like the idea of running an automotive tire. So when the Metzler 280 and the Baker RSD transmission came along, I thought it was the time to get started. I picked up a Metzler 280-35-18 for the rear end and a Metzler 80-90-21 for the front, set them on the floor and got to work. The entire bike was three-dimensionally mocked up in ¾ inch plywood (I use softwood, not software). Once I was happy with the proportions, I transferred the patterns to 1.5 inch thick 7075-T6 aircraft aluminium, band sawed them out and finished them on a manual Bridgeport milling...

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Apocalypse

Apocalypse

Touring Creation, builder of Apocalypse
Alain Tourigny of Touring Creation in collaboration with Daniel Turcotte of Dotel Airbrush present their latest creation, this magnificent Softail chopper.

Touring Creation and Dotel Airbrush have been working together for the past 10 years, but each out of their own shop. It’s in Central Quebec that Alain was to become in a class of his own, a reputation that started gaining with his own bike. As he evolved and his creations became more imaginative, people began to take notice, and his friends and acquaintances started entrusting their bikes to him; even those who used to question his abilities. Alain, whose mentor is Eddie Trotta, works exclusively on motorcycles now. He is a professional who makes to order… and then adds his own personal touch...

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