We built this project for a guy that wanted the bike to have
an over all Irish type theme. Outside of that, he wanted a polished
aluminum rear fender and the rests he left up to us. We started the
project by cutting up the 100th anniversary frame and installed a Led Sled
weld on hardtail. The customer already had a springer front end and we
decided to keep the stock width rear tire so that completed the rolling chassis.
We mounted a dished Sportster tank, Frisco style to the backbone of the frame.
We made a dual exhaust system that brought the front pipe to the left side of
the bike instead of having them both come out on the right side. CHC
handlebars, oil tank, air bag seat, powder coating and engraving were also part
of the plan from the beginning. Even though we had an over all
vision for the bike, it wasn't until late in the build that we actually decided
to go with the green and gold color scheme. Given that it was an Irish
themed bike, the two colors seemed to be an obvious choice. The gold is a
powder coat with a clear top coat done in house. The green and the Celtic
graphics were done by Sinners-N-Saints. The pegs were provided by our good
friends at MotoRod Design.
ourt House Custom 839 Columbus
Ave. Washington Court House, OH 43160 740-335-2466