A Custom Honda CB 750 F Supersport grows in Brooklyn…

One project old, one new...

A while back we posted a few photos of the 1967 Triumph that our friend Jarred brought back to life, before moving up to Brooklyn from his home state of Louisiana.  That bike is one of the most gorgeous, classic bikes we have seen in these parts, but being finished left Jarred with some time for a new build.  Enter a very friendly boss, who offered up not one, but two Honda CB 750‘s that had sat in a warehouse for quite some time…. Read More …

A Harley Sportster gets Chopped: Custom Seat Hinge Part 2

Welded and ready to for the seat on the Harley Sportster...

Welded and ready to for the seat on the Harley Sportster…

Last we left off, Brandon was well on his way to making this custom solo seat hinge a reality.  Although there are many pre-made hinges available for the Harley Sportster, by deciding to fabricate his own seat hinge, he got the satisfaction of a job well done, and another $50 still in his pocket to spend on the next mod… Read More …

A Harley Sportster gets Chopped: Custom Solo Seat Hinge

Last week we documented some modifications that Brandon was doing to his 1989 Harley Sportster.  This week continues with some really cool upgrades, which all move toward lessening the stock bulk, and getting it closer to Brandon’s vision for this bike.  I’ll let him take it from here… Read More …