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InFuryator

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 InFuryator 2010 Honda Fury Custom

The Owner of Screamin Steve’s Automotive, Steven “Screamin” Montalbano, has done it again. Locally he’s known as the “mechanic with a heart”. Amongst Long Island’s car and bike enthusiasts he’s known for his show winning Hot Rods and Motorcycles. (Continue Reading)

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Indian Roadmaster Classic

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Photos by Jack Roman (JackRoman.com)

The newly crafted Roadmaster Classic brings the glory back to the ride. It reimagines what a vintage American touring motorcycle can be by blending classic styling, such as genuine leather saddlebags and trunk, with all the luxury amenities and comforts you’d expect from a Roadmaster, like the Ride Command™ infotainment system. Pinch. Swipe or tap, all without removing your gloves. Through this industry-leading seven-inch display, you can get turn-by-turn directions, quickly find points of interest, play Bluetooth audio, check vehicle information and status, plus a whole lot more. And thanks to split-screen technology, you can easily customize the display to focus on the details that matter most to you. (Continue Reading)

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CUSTOM HONDA CB750

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Honda CB750 by Dromos Motor Works Just when you thought you have seen just about every style of CB750 builds, you come across another creation that somehow changes everything once again.  The Honda became a resident of Joseph’s New York shop as a non-running pile of metal that needed new life breathed into it.  And so the transformation began and after 5 months of burning the midnight oil, the completely morphed Honda was unveiled. Every detail from design, to fabricating, to wrenching to paint to build was a complete in-house undertaking. The engine was torn down, balanced, over-bored, blueprinted and precisely put back together. The frame was de-tabbed, blasted and repainted, and a new snub-nosed sub-frame was welded together and fitted. The finely detailed bodywork and its intricate angles were fab’d in-house. No expense was spared in rebuilding and updating the Honda’s components to deliver a truly modern ride.

Joseph took to Instagram and asked the ultimate question in regard to this build, “Why everything gotta be round?” Due to his skillful handicraft, the photos you see here are a magnificent example of why it purely doesn’t. (Continue Reading)

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1971 Custom HD-Heartbreaker

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Heartbreaker 1971 Custom

I must say…this bike truly deserves a full story and not just a brief bio, but since a feature layout does not lend itself to do, our readers will just have to absorb the details of these photos to understand just how amazing this handmade custom bike actually is. John and Dave from LI Choppers have been building bikes for most of their lives. This beautiful custom that you see here has many handmade parts incorporated into the build, which anoints this bike as being a true one-of-a-kind! (Continue Reading)

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Cruelworld Softail

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Cruelworld Softail

Owner, Glenn, has been a motorcycle enthusiast since the age of 18. His love of motorcycles started out with motocross racing. As the years rolled by, his desire to ride off track eventually brought him to own this Von Dutch. At the time, Light House H-D was in business and offering the Von Dutch model. Glenn made his way over to the dealership where Bill Blackford (GM) walked him through every aspect of the Von Dutch experience. And in the end, Glenn was blown away with his new ride. The beautiful dream catcher on the rear fender was designed by Glenn’s wife, Tonya, and as you can see, it blends in perfectly with the vibe of the bike. (Continue Reading)

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R & D Racing

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R&D Racing takes the Win at Rockingham, N.C during the AMRA Jim McClure/Ray Price NITRO National.

The largest all-Harley Race of the year.

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Story by Bob Spina

Photos by Michael Davis, Moto Lenz Photos, Barb Castello

Peter G, owner of Hell Bent Choppers in Deer Park, LI hasn’t been racing top fuel Harleys all that long, but one would never know that by looking at his impressive track record. Read Bob Spina’s recap of how Peter took the win at the largest all-Harley race of the year: (Continue Reading)

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2013 H-D Road Glide Conversion

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I have always enjoyed motorcycles, my passion for them started when I was a young boy. As the years went on, my good friend and well-known bike builder, Mike Pugliese turned me on to building custom bikes. From my first Fat Boy chopper, to a couple of custom baggers, and a 30” front wheel radical bike, to this. For the build you see here, I wanted to do something clean and smooth, no custom paint or graphics. I was seeking to give this bike a look that was very different from all the other baggers, for me, it was more about the lines. When all was said and done, the finished product went beyond my expectations. Building bikes is a great hobby…and keeps you out of trouble. (Continue Reading)

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Feature Bike Kawasaki Cadillac

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My KZ750 started out as bone stock. I bought it last summer on eBay, and traveled four hours to Maryland to pick it up. I knew I wanted to start a new build with a KZ750 twin motor, but I hadn’t quite envisioned exactly what I wanted.

One day, I was rummaging through junk in the top of our dairy barn, and I came across a set of antique bicycle handlebars that resembled board tracker handlebars. Immediately, it clicked that I was going to create a chopped board tracker style bike. Now I had a vision in my head of exactly what I wanted. A leaf spring front end with the tank under the backbone, a low seat, narrow wheels, and a foot clutch with hand shift…from there the build began. (Continue Reading)

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Feature Bike Twisted Cycles

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Twisted Cycles 2015 Custom | IRIS

From Riding Big Wheels to a Custom Chopper. 

I realized early on that I had a deep passion for motorcycles. Since I was 12 years old I loved riding, fixing and building bikes. I enjoy working with my hands and creating. I am a certified welder and member of the Iron Workers Union. I worked amongst the devastation at Ground Zero and was privileged to help construct the Freedom Tower.   (Continue Reading)

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2005 Custom Honda VTX1300R Full Throttle Magazine Aug 2016

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This is a story about the “Beast” a 2005 Honda VTX1300R motorcycle fully customized. I’m David Lamoureux of Lone Wolf Welding & Fabrication/LWCC. I bought the motorcycle at Mickey Finn’s Honda in Berlin, CT. Then built a custom bike to compete with the Harley custom style. Why a Honda you may wonder, everybody was doing Harleys, and I wanted to do something outside the box. (Continue Reading)

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2007 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 – Full Throttle Magazine Feature Bike

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2007 Suzuki GSX-R 1000

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2006 Battle Axe Custom Chopper

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2006 Battle Axe Custom Chopper

Owner: Raymond Gennaro Sayage

Built & Designed by Raymond Gennaro Sayage

Hometown: L.I. NY (Continue Reading)

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Riders of Fire NY 1

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The Riders of Fire NY 1 MC Bike Blessing

Story by Lee Sheridan

Photos by Ron Monteleone, Cowboy

This is the time of year when everyone who rides in the Northeast is revving up their engines and getting out in the wind. It is also time for riders and their bikes to receive anointed blessings from above that will watch over us as we maneuver our way on the roads, and safely return us home. To help ensure our safe travels, on April 17th, The Riders of Fire MC hosted their 13th Annual Blessing of the Bikes to many riders from the local LI area and as far away as upstate NY, Jersey and CT. A centipede of over 450 bikes made their way from Applebee’s in Farmingville, to The Shrine of Our Lady of the Island in Manorville.  (Continue Reading)

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THUGNIFICENT-Chaos Cycles

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chaos logocolors back (1)The first word in Motorcycle is Motor. George started with stripping a 1975 Ironhead Sportster motor. The heads and cylinders both went in the scrap heap. He then cut the back of the cases off to remove the sportster “unit” Transmission, from there George proceeded to modify the back of the cases to include mounts, for that “factory finish” appearance. The top of the cases were then welded up and machined to fit the Ron Trock Cylinders and S&S Shovelheads. Andrews cams were ground to match the short stroke and big bore to guarantee a rev monster. (Continue Reading)

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2016 Indian Scout

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Indian-Scout - 20162016 Indian Scout Indian Motorcycle of Mineola
336 Jericho Turnpike
Mineola, NY
516-248-5555
Mineolamoto.com (Continue Reading)

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Soul Shaker

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Yellow Custom by Thunderstruck Custom Bikes Inc. in Grants Pass, OR. Photographed in Kansas City, MO at the Easyriders BIke Show on May 5, 2007, photography ©2007 Michael Lichter.

Yellow Custom by Thunderstruck Custom Bikes Inc. in Grants Pass, OR. Photographed in Kansas City, MO at the Easyriders BIke Show on May 5, 2007, photography ©2007 Michael Lichter.

Soul Shaker
Photos by Michael Lichter
Owner: John Barker
City: Grant’s Pass, Oregon

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Thunder Struck – SNIPER

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SNIPER
Owner: Mark Daley/TCB
Brand Name: Thunder Struck Custom Bikes Photos by Henry Aparicio
Medford, Oregon
www.thunderstruckcustombikes.com (Continue Reading)

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Original 1982 FLH

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I always had “old school” bikes. Mainly shovels, but all chopped. In time, I eventually sold them. I always wanted an original, but it’s not that easy to find one. It took about a year to find this one. I came across this 1982 FLH all stock and I had to have it. It was a museum piece that sat for over 12 years. I brought it to Christian over at “Machine Modified” in Farmingdale, NY. He was quite impressed. It didn’t take much to get her going. Rebuilt the carb and changed the fuel and oil lines. I also replaced the original tires with reproduction tires. She runs just like it was 1982. (Continue Reading)

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Feature Bike Nov. 2015

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Satan’s Ecstasy

Winner of Full Throttle Magazine’s Best of the Best Biker Build-Off 2015

Owner: Phil “The Kid” (Continue Reading)

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Fat Zilla

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All of the body work, handlebar with integrated nacelle and dash, groovy center mounted start button and speedo, coil cover, molded multi-function LED tail lights, stretched and molded gas tank right down to the inset license plate bracket are all fabricated in steel.
Every aspect of this 2 year build, short of mounting the tires and stitching the seat
were done in house. (Continue Reading)

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