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!
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!
What would inspire someone to take a Sawzall to a perfectly good 2006 Ducati S2R 800? A passion for motorcycling, for one, but more so an obsession to create something entirely custom! Come meet Brent Smedley’s custom build named Antevasine!
Looking to build something completely different from anything else you might see at a motorcycle show, Jeff Gasier combined the stylings of a dirt bike, a Yankee motorcycle and a Harley chopper to create the first-ever Ossa Yankee chopper. See it for yourself!
This is Don “Donzzilla” Miller’s custom-built chopper, known as the Pie Wagon. Built as a true show touring bike, it’s been seen at shows such as Born Free, Fuel Cleveland and next at Mama Tried. It’s our Ride of the Week and you’ll want to see the details!
The Slingshot community is no stranger to customization. But Richard Rawlings and Gas Monkey Garage take customizing vehicles to another level. Named the Gas Monkey urban assault Slingshot, it doesn’t take more than a glance to see this Slingshot is like nothing else on the road, truly capturing Rawlings’ outgoing, adventurous personality.
A lot has been done with Harley-Davidson V-Twins over the years, so it takes some effort to customize a Harley today that really stands out. Jack Reigelsperger of Sick Customs thought outside the box with this build of a 1989 Harley-Davidson FXRT. See for yourself what makes it unique!
Kyle Morley is a painter and custom bike builder who works best when he’s given artistic freedom. That’s what makes him happiest and how his best work comes to light like this custom 2005 Harley-Davidson Softail Night Train. See for yourself what makes this bike special.