CUSTOMER PICTURE GALLERY
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Duane produced this superb quality Street Tracker. I am heartened that he chose our graphics because I think they accentuate the bike in a balanced fashion. Duane used our tank and fender.
Wes Hale's 650 built in 2001. Wes is a very finicky builder and does superb work. Notice how he altered the street tracker side panels. The blue frame is quite unusual and effective. Stunning!
Johnny's '73 Yamaha is the last of the old frame models. He's done a nice job and not gone nuts on conversion cost. He used our Street Tracker fender and taillight that's all.
After slightly modifying the frame, I sent it out for silver powder coating. I used these Omar parts; tank, fender, fork protectors and number plate/headlight.
Gary Ives from Newbury, UK has constructed this gorgeous Kettle. He used our Cafe fender. For a modest dollar amount you can turn old iron into a work of art. Well done Gary!
Oh yes, that's our "Long Champion" fender on that bike. Us Champion lovers know the stock seat slides your nuggies into the tank - my seat is longer and won't damage the 'goods'.
Robert bought and updated this 650 into a beautiful tracker/vintage sport/cafe bike. Just real pretty to look at.
Dave has created this very fine cafe bike using our Manx TT parts - tank, tail, graphics and bikini fairing. He said installation was straight forward with minimal swearing.
look's like it came right out of your box doesn't it?
Russ used our XR500 tank for wide oil-in-frame bikes and my XR styled fender with taillight. The nicest 500 I've seen. I guess that explains the trophy
Sandy Williams called one day with a request for an OSSA DMR tank here are the results.
'76 TT500. He used our TMT tank and TT tail. The graphics he did in paint and tape. His stock side panels say "FLATPHONY."
Doug used our Manx TT tank, Clubman tail and 8" Bikini fairing. He said it all went on with only minor fitting.
Peter Del Nagro contacted us about street trackerizing a 400 Honda. I didn't know if it would fit or work out. Peter proved it could.
250 Champion tank, long Champion fender.