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  • Lowbrow Spotlight: Zach HO's 2011 Harley-Davidson Sportster

    The progression from a Honda to a Harley-Davidson Sportster. For me, it all started with a 1975 Honda MR50 Elsinore. My parents gave it to me Christmas morning along with a black full-face helmet that sported one yellow lightning bolt sticker half flaked off. The setup was used, it was abused, but it was mine and I rode the hell out of it for years on the rural Oregon farm I grew up on. Zach Ho's 2011 Harley-Davidson Sportster 48 Fast forward to 2014 when I decided after years of not ownin Continue Reading »

  • Bike Spotlight: Brett Logan's '06 Sportster

    You may not know who Brett Logan is but you have surely seen his design work in action. Brett runs Logan Design Works and has done logos and ads for such names as Fab Kevin, Imperial House 71, Cleveland Cyclewerks, Old School Helmets and Front Street Cycle, to name a few. He is not only good at designing web and print work, but apparently has a good eye for motorcycles as well. Here is Brett's story in his own words from turning his stock '06 Harley Davidson Sportster 883 into something to tak Continue Reading »

  • Brooklyn Nick's 1967 Triumph TR6R Chopper

    From Nick: Hey Tyler and Kyle, Just wanted to send a few pics of my 1967 TR6R, as you and your site were incredibly instrumental in the completion of this Brooklyn stomper. Gotta give a big shout to Dennis and Steve over at TT Cycles in Berkeley Heights for taking me under their wing and helping fab out the tail section and mounting the springer. Too many Lowbrow parts to count, from the fuel lines to the handlebars, you guys have been kick ass! New York’s own Hugh Mackie helped me get t Continue Reading »

  • Speakeasy Cycles' Kawasaki W650 Bobber

    Woolie from Speakeasy Cycles sent these pics of a Kawasaki W650 that he built for Billy Joel. Very cool, those W650 motors sure look nice. Continue Reading »

  • Rich's '74 Yamaha XS650 Chopper

    "It ended up being a father son project. My dad had lots of tools and a realy nice bike lift I didn’t have to go buy, so I asked him if he wanted to help out and it kinda took on a life of its own. Basically its all new bike... Besides the obvious chopping it in half we completely rebuilt the motor, forks, brake calipers, master cylinders. Installed a new clutch, the old one was floating around in the oil... all new bearings. I also sandblasted almost everything on the bike and polis Continue Reading »

  • Larry's 1969 Triumph Bonneville

    Got a nice e-mail of thanks from a customer and some pics of his 1969 Triumph Bonneville. Thanks for the kudos and the photos, Larry! "Good afternoon, this isn't for an order but, I do want to say thanks for your web site and helping me get some of the parts I needed to put my '69 Bonneville (a.k.a The Bopper) together. You'll find a few pics attached. Thanks again - Larry" Continue Reading »

  • Steve's 1966 Swingarm Triumph Chopper

    Hey Lowbrow Crew, Great site - some amazing work you're doing! Just wanted to take a quick second of your time to let you know how things on the miserable and cold East Coast are... I'm sending some pics of my 1966 Triumph TR6 swingarm chopper - my good friend Harley did all the design, paint and body work; our friend Kenji did the lettering and striping, and the motor, electrical and exhaust was done by an old timer named Travis here in CT.   Naturally, the bike is chock-a-block full Continue Reading »

  • Custom Shovelhead Bobber from Finland

    Here are a few photos and some info on my bike: 1975 Shovelhead S&S stroker kit Single fire ignition Fork Co air cleaner on a Super E carb Home built hardtail with cast iron axle plates Gas tank from Cole Foster Moon oil tank Forks shortened and shaved 18"/21" Morad rims fitted with the standard Avon tires Norton -60s drum brake front Harley hydraulic rear Found the bike as a basket case a few years ago. Four boxes of parts - everything painted black including all the chrome. The original Continue Reading »

  • Zac's 1969 Triumph Chopper With A Capital C

    Here is a killer Triumph built by a friend of Lowbrow's, Zac of Husted Vintage Cycles up in the great white North: 1969 Triumph 750CC 5 Speed > Owned by Larry Lakhan, President of the Bottom Feeders C.C., built by Zachary Husted, Owner of Husted Vintage Cycles. Zac started with the motor and half a frame. From there he added a sporty tank, chrome springer, 21" front wheel, 16" rear wheel to start getting the style defined. The Joe Hunt magneto, David Bird hardtail, brass ribbed fender and 7 Continue Reading »

  • Troyfab's Hand Built Triumph Chopper

    You may know of Steve Sheldon from Troy Fabrication. This is his Triumph, which is just oozing detail and one-off parts. "1970 frame, 1971 engine completely rebuilt, 1968 front end, 1969 wheels, stock tank narrowed 2", TroyFab oil tank, motor mounts, and anything else I could make. 2 year build on and off."     Continue Reading »

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