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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.  

When it came to this motorcycle, I had a few things in mind before I actually started the build. I knew that I wanted to create a bike that would drop jaws, but I didn’t want to push it over the top. My inspiration for the design was influenced by my taste in women…I like a nice rack; small waist; and fat ass, hence the 300 inch back tire.

As you can see there are a lot of handmade custom parts incorporated in the build such as the tank, handlebars and frame. The American Suspension front end gives it the long sleek look. I named her Iris because if you ride her wrong, the points on the front forks will take your eyes out.

I plan to add some graphic art to her bright green chemical skin, but I haven’t decided on what the design will be. One thing is for sure, if they don’t hear me coming, they certainly see me.



Engine: 113 Ultima

Transmission: 6 speed Ultima

Primary: Open 3.5

Exhaust: FSD Frankie Serrano Designs

Forks: American Suspension


Front: 21″ billet alumni mags

Rear: 18″ 300 billet alumni mags,

Tires: Cobra Avon


Hand Control: H-D

Foot Control: Demon Cycles

Rear Fender: Custom with handmade welded on oil tank and battery holder on top

Painter: OCC

Powdercoater: Rainbow Powdercoating