In a previous post regarding the International Motorcycle Show in Seattle, I included a picture of a custom bike designed by Chris Flechtner of Speed Shop Designs, LLC.
We took many photos of the bike that day and I wanted to share the rest of them.
Although there were well over a dozen bikes in the custom bike build off, I thought that his bike was by far was the most creative and aesthetically pleasing. And yes, I made sure I put my vote in for it to win. ( it looks like he won People's Choice)
(Mr. Flechtner with his custom bike)
According to the informational sign he displayed with the bike, the details are as follows:
Owner: Christopher Flechtner
Builder: Speed Shop Design, LLC
Bike Name: Beezerker
Make/Model/Year: 2010 Speed Shop Design Beezerker
Paint By: Speed Shop Design
Engine Type: 1965 BSA 650 cc
Engine Mods: Twist clutch, SU Carburetor
Chassis Type: Salt Flat Racer
Chassis Mods: One off design w/internal exhaust
Special Features: Too many to list on the sign
(front view shown with info sign)
(rear view - very sleek machine)
Pictures do not do the bike justice. It really is a thing of beauty in person. It's very creative, but me thinks it wouldn't be too comfortable to ride though. Ahhh to have that kind of imagination.
- Au Revoir
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