The custom CAT motorcycle is a perfect example of how companies and manufacturers outside of the motorcycle industry can use the platform to market their brand and create something that’s just flat out cool.
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!
Jeff Gasier didn’t have to desecrate a bike to build this sweet-looking chopper. He built it around an Ossa Yankee motor, the seat and the neck, while also incorporating three different genres of motorcycles. The result is the first Yankee Chopper ever built and it’s our Ride of the Week brought to you by CanDo
At the core of Hank Young’s motorcycle builds is the unmistakeable fact that he makes as much of the bike by hand as possible. You rarely find off-the-shelf, bolt-on parts on his bikes, as he prefers to shape, cut and weld by hand. This pride in workmanship can be seen in all his creations, including this 2007 Lakewood Special. Check it out!
The motorcycle industry is in a stable place right now, considering all the crazy things that have happened in the last year.
I don’t want to talk much about the politics that are happening in our country right now, other than to say that we need less hate and violence and more peace and love!
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Dear Ma, I hope you’re well up in Heaven, we are good here in Dallas! Things are busy and we are building several really cool bikes. Recently I was giving a tour to some people, and at the end of the tour, a lady asked me where I get my ideas from. She laughingly insinuated
Dear Ma: I have a question for you, can you see the future up there in heaven? Because if you can, I would like to know if the motorcycle business will ever get back to what it was 10 years ago. Business has been a struggle for the past eight years and I am getting pretty