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  • Custom 39mm Front End With Lowbrow Customs

    This tech tip comes you from our good friend Andy at Pangea Speed on how to install Lowbrow Customs 39mm Fork Shrouds, Lowbrow Customs Tapered Lowers, and a Pangea Speed Headlight Mount to give your 39mm front end (found on Sportsters and some Dyna models) on your bike a truly custom look. Installing a custom front end on your motorcycle is one of the best ways to set your motorcycle apart from the crowd, consequently it also can spiral into a massive under taking as well.  Here at Lowbro Continue Reading »

  • The Horse Magazine - December 2015 Feature

    Our very own Todd Muller built this custom Triumph last year with a 1967 frame - 1971 engine. Todd took about 8 months to build this bike from scratch. The paint was done by our friend Steve Hennis at Flame Thrower Customs. We are honored The Horse B.C. magazine wanted to highlight Todd's talents in their latest December issue. "One of the guys here at the shop had ordered the Acme Choppers Super Narrow Springer for a project and it was never used. After seeing it lean up against the wall in th Continue Reading »

  • Fuel Cleveland 2015 Official Event Video

    Fuel Cleveland's very first show was held on May 9, 2015 and the first of it's kind to hit Cleveland, Ohio. The Great Lakes region is filled with manufacturing, machine shops, and automotive industry. Despite foul winter weather, or maybe because of it, gear head ingenuity abounds. Fuel Cleveland aims to drag seldom-seen rare motorcycles and top-quality custom choppers together, along with photography and paint work by some of the top artists in the motorcycle community, to be shown off to like Continue Reading »

  • The Pan-American Project: Coast-to-Coast with Lowbrow Customs and S&S Cycles

    10.26.2015 When S&S asks if you want to build a custom bike around one of their power plants, you don't even have to think about it. Today a brand new 93" S&S Panhead motor showed up at Lowbrow Customs. Unpacking a spotless, dialed motor out of a box is a great feeling! The plan is in my head, and we are working on gathering some of the main components for this build. The basic idea is a long-haul, bulletproof bike to make the ride cross-country in June 2016 to be parked in S&S Cy Continue Reading »

  • Brooklyn Invitational 2015

    The 7th annual Brooklyn Invitational exceeded all expectations this year. Hands down one of the best shows to go to if you truly appreciate anything and everything with two wheels. The show is produced by Jessica Wertz, Jeffrey Schad, John Copeland, and Keino Sasaki. Each year they hand pick 30 incredible bikes, ranging from all styles and backgrounds. From race bikes to exotic collection pieces, choppers to even conceptual builds; this show never fails in the department of making your imagin Continue Reading »

  • Gypsy Run 9

    When you think about the East Coast in September, what comes to mind? Crisp cold mornings, leaves starting to change colors, long rain falls during the day, or even a star filled night sky by a warm fire? For me it's all of those things plus it's finally time once again for the famous East Coast Gypsy Run. On the Gypsy Run it's safe to say that camaraderie, friendship, ingenuity, and life long memories are just a handful of things you will encounter on this great adventure. Pretty safe to Continue Reading »

  • The Shop Vancouver's Spit-n-Shine 2015

    In the middle of July hails a show for the true motorcycle enthusiasts of Vancouver, B.C. Canada and all of it's surrounding areas. The Spit-n-Shine show was created by The Shop Vancouver owner T.J. Schneider. He graciously invited my wife and me out for the weekend and asked if I could display some of my photos for a pre-party the night before the main show. I'm really glad there was no reason to say no, because this was one of the best weekends I have had in a long time. There was so muc Continue Reading »

  • Lowbrow Customs Master Cylinder Cover Install & Overview

    Lowbrow Customs offers a line of investment-cast aluminum master cylinder covers for a wide array of Harley-Davidsons from 1982 to 2015, for both front and rear master cylinders, and in finned or fish scale patterns. Using stock hardware and gaskets, these covers take only moments to swap out, which you can see in this install video, along with an overview showing each style and it fitted to it's respective motorcycle. Continue Reading »

  • How To Replace Your Motorcycle Handlebars with Biltwell Bars

    Our friend Walter of Kickstart Cycle in NJ shows you step-by-step how to replace your motorcycle handlebars with Biltwell (or other brand) bars. In addition to show you the ease at which you can change handlebars on your Harley-Davidson, Triumph T100, or other moto, this video also has some good basic info about 1" versus 7/8" handlebars, smooth throttle operation, and what the hell dimples have to do with handlebars. Enjoy! Continue Reading »

  • Born Free 7

    Born Free will forever be the mecca of all shows in the United States when it comes to vintage and custom motorcycles. I cheated this year and flew out but it gave me 4 great days of fun! This was my second year attending, I knew a little more about what to expect but I still couldn't get rid of that overwhelming feeling you get while walking the grounds during the days of the show. It's just so surreal to walk through a sea of bikes with license plates ranging from all over the world. I fel Continue Reading »

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