Weirdest Custom Motorcycle You Have Even Seen

What is the ‘most interesting’ (weirdest) custom motorcycle you have ever seen?  To start things off, here is a picture of a custom motorcycle that looks like “The Old Lady in the Shoe”!  Believe it or not this was in our hometown Grants Pass, Oregon a few years back.  It certainly drew a crowd and people slowed to take a look.  After you get past the awkwardness of having to ride in this piece of art, you must look at the detail.

Would you like to build a “unique” motorcycle?  To get started on such a venture ones imagination has to have the freedom to not be afraid of others opinion.

 

 Research:

YouTube for how to videos

Magazine articles

Local motorcycle shop

 Parts:

Wrecking Yard

Craigslist for part or wrecked motorcycles

Local motorcycle club

Garage Space:

Fabrication

Security, you don’t want someone messing with you parts

Clean area to lay out parts

Welding area

Upholstery area (clean)

 

Motorcycle Registration Requirements: (example for State of California)

 

  •                Completed application for Title or Registration
  •                Vehicle verification done by CHP
  •                Statement of construction
  •                Proof of ownership, such as invoices, receipts, manufactures’’ certificates of origin, bills of sale, or junk receipts for major parts
  •                Official brake and light adjustment certificates, they will accept a “Statement of Facts” from a repair shop
  •                Weight certificate
  •                Emission control inspection (smog check)
  •                All fees due

 

Here is the link so you can take a look:  https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/vr/spcnsreg

Does it still sound like a good idea?  You may not want to build a motorcycle like the one pictured but maybe a cool retro would be more your style.  The café racers are a sweet ride and the look is pretty trendy right now.

When you do finish your build don’t forget to get a Throttle Rocker to help with cruising on those back roads.  The Throttle Rocker will really help with wrist fatigue and pain from holding the throttle on your ride.

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