This custom-built Shovelhead Street Tracker heavily resembles Larry Curik’s first-ever Yamaha HT-1 project, which he built 50 years ago. He’s taken his lifelong motorcycling prowess and put it into this latest street tracker build, and you don’t want to miss the details of it!
A street tracker is a street-legal motorcycle designed to look like a flat track racer.
When a custom bike builder is gifted a motorcycle, the possibilities for the build are endless. That was the scenario Randy Noldge found himself in with a Harley-Davidson Sportster last year, and the result was a high-compression, performance-oriented drag bike with a unique nickname. Check it out!
This bike, inspired by a piece of art, has helped save many, many people.
This 1952 Triumph, inspired by a David Mann piece of artwork called “Dog Gone Hot Dogs,” is so much more than a striking, custom bike done by Jared Weems of Weems Motor Co. It helped save many, many people, including Jared himself. Find out more about it!
This chopper was hand-built by Christian Newman of CT Newman Engineering.
When you see a Christian Newman hand-built motorcycle in person, you’re staring a piece of mechanical artwork in the face. There’s no question who built the motorcycle and how unique it is. See this scratch-built Harley-based chopper for yourself!
Once owned by Jim and John McLaughlin’s dad, this 1942 Harley-Davidson got sold and then rebought and restored. Now, this classic bike might even get passed on to a third generation McLaughlin when the bike turns 100. Check it out!
Not wanting to see a cool, historic motorcycle go to waste, Jesse Srpan of Raw Iron Choppers, asked his dad if he’d be alright with him chopping his 1950 Harley-Davidson Panhead to create something custom. The answer was a quick yes.
This custom Can-Am Maverick X3 from Sin City Xtreme Performance features a prototype air-suspension kit, allowing it to drop down and drift the street, or pump up and haul ass off-road. Check it out!