The Beast is For Sale


Photos by Phil Fazin

“The Beast” 2006 Full Throttle Magazine NY Theme Bike

Owned, Built & Designed by Greg Sheridan (G-Man) of Full Throttle Magazine

Hometown: Long Island, New York

Year & Model: 2006 One-off Custom Bobber

Time to Build: 12 Weeks

Build Location: Thunderdome Cycles, LI, NY

*The heart of the Beast has been turned over as part of its maintenance protocol, but due to the fact that it was a tour bike and since retired, it has never been ridden. If you want to own a piece of Full Throttle Magazine history call 646-294-0842 ask for G-Man. Serious inquiries only.


Engine: 113 cu. in. Patrick Racing, Exclusively for Von Dutch Kustom Cycles

Tranny: Baker 6 into 4 with Kicker/Electric Start

Gas Tank: Sportster Fabricated by Greg Sheridan

Front End: Durfee Girder 3” Over

Primary: 3” DBL Belt Drive

Exhaust: Shot Guns by Joey G

Handle Bars: Drag Bars Fabricated by Greg Sheridan

Rear Fender: Fabricated by Greg Sheridan

Tail Light: Tear Drop, Licks Cycles, MA

Forward Controls: Jaybrake, NY

Brakes: 6 Piston, Jaybrake, NY

Fender Struts, Foot Pedals, Kicker, Shifter, Rotor, License Plate Bracket & Sprocket: Long Island Water Jet – LI, NY

Frame: Rigid – 34 degree rake, 4 inch stretch

Foot Pegs & Hang Grips: Designed by Greg Sheridan

Seat: Pascal Cooper – “Riff Raff Leather” CA, Seat Maker for Von Dutch Kustom Cycles

Seat Pan: Licks Cycles, MA

Powder Coating: Action Powder Coating, LI, NY

Welding: TNT Conversions, LI, NY

Chrome: Bar Platting, CT

Paint: Cycle-Delics, LI, NY

Paint Color: Black with Red Heavy Metal Flake

This bike was built exclusively to promote Full Throttle Magazine NY. The Beast toured for a full year 2006-2007 being displayed at Sturgis, Laconia and Daytona Bike Weeks. The tour also included unveilings at The Jacob Javits Center during the International Motorcycle Show and Biketoberfest.

Greg Sheridan grew up in a neighborhood where kids were always looking to fabricate, build, and take apart anything remotely resembling a motorcycle. They started with bicycle frames and lawn mower engines and by the time Sheridan was 16 he was building rigid frame choppers. When it came to building and designing bikes, it was pretty much a natural talent for him. Simplicity played a major roll in his builds. One thing was for certain, whatever image Greg envisioned the bike would look like, is what he stuck to throughout the build. Alternatives are never an option as far as he is concerned. Greg feels that dedication and discipline are two of the main ingredients in achieving goals one sets for themselves. He has always built ole’ skool since he started building bikes back in the early 70’s, and with this theme bike, Greg really didn’t use much more as far as machines go, then he used back then. As Greg would say, “There is nothing better than taking your own two hands and molding metal into custom parts”.

Note: considering the fact that the Beast was built over 10 years ago, some of the shops listed in the spec sheet are no longer in business.