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Ryan Sheckler's RSD Custom Motorcycle

Ryan Sheckler of the MTV reality show The Life Of Ryan, as well as XGames fame. approached Roland Sands to build him a custom softail motorcycle. This is Ryan picking up his new bike and participating in a RSD photo shoot with Playboy Bunny and model Jessica Erin Sylvia. For more information please go to ROLANDSANDS.COM


 


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RSD KH-9 Vrod Nightrod Special
Well, sometimes you just want a little more power. The customer that we built this bike for is used to a LOT more power, NHRA power. So, we decided we would step this V-rod's game with a Trask turbo and a full-body makeover. The bolt-on 160HP turbo system with Zipper's Performance auto-tune computer, brought the V-rod from a road rumbler to a road ripper. The rear of the bike was cut and corrective fabrication was applied. We built a single-sided swingarm, new sub-frame, topped that with a handcrafted tail section while flanking the sides with aluminum panels that blend into a carbon fiber front cowling. Fuel was relocated to the belly pan for low CG. Custom made billet triple clamps and Ohlins Road & Track forks and TTX shock with linkage keep her Dunlop tires planted at speed. As mentioned before, we utilized our new digital iPhone gauge which comes included with the free RSD App. It has a GPS speedometer mode but we opted to link the iPhone to the bike's computer using an interface from Gaugeface. We secured the phone to the bike using a Rokform case and RSD-modified Rokform mount. We can now see all the necessary engine vitals and stay charged at the same time. This bike is equally at home on a drag strip as it is on the sunset strip. Shot and cut by Joseph Hitzelberger Music by Jeremy Andrews (downloads unavailable)





RSD KTM Tracker
There's something about the 690 KTM that makes you want to do bad things. It's a great street able single that's got enough torque to put a smile on your face while tame enough to inspire confidence when pushing towards the edge. While our newest version of the 690 is a street bike, it's got a whole lotta dirt under it's nails. We let the stock frame inspire new lightweight airfoil tubing swingarm and subframe. The sheet metal is all hand formed aluminum and draws from traditional dirt track machines while bringing a little motocross influence into the mix. Our newest lightweight Contrast Ops Del Mar wheels are shod in Goodyear Flat track rubber and are stopped by PM brakes front and rear. One Off Hand built Exhaust breathes through our Slant Exhaust tip. The devil is in the details. Here you can see the small things that really set a bike apart, such as: shortened shock reservoir by Race Tech, Raptor titanium foot pegs and billet aluminum brake pedal tip and shifter tip by Hammerhead Designs. Sport Chrome handled all of the polishing and black anodizing for this build. They always do a top notch job for us and parts come back polished to perfection and packaged nicely to prevent damage while in transit. Special thanks to: KTM North America Race Tech Dunlop Airtrix Olympic powdercoating K&N Engineering Bitchin Seat Co. Hammerhead Designs Spiegler USA Shot and Cut by Joseph Hitzelberger Music by Elias Music Library





Custom Bikes 'n' Sexy Galz
great custom bike fare @ bad salzuflen, germany; norman, mad & pete (the pilot bros.) visiting- big fun alot2see pete ruppert photography republic drive glory2theLORDjesus!





Reportage: So entsteht ein Custom Bike Motorvision begleitet
ABONNIEREN http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motorvisioncom FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/motorvision Google+ https://plus.google.com/+motorvision/ Twitter https://twitter.com/motorvisioncom Kannal http://www.youtube.com/motorvision Homepage http://www.motorvision.de Motorvision begleitet den Bikebuilder Aykut Tataroglu beim Aufbau der Stage II.





Best Motorcycle and Quad Fail Compilation 2014
Check us out on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/OfficalMooseRiders?fref=ts Check out my channel for more crazy stuff! http://www.youtube.com/user/MooseRidersOfNorway Follow us on Instagram! Instagram - http://instagram.com/mooseriders Thank yoy so much for so many views in such a short time! Many of you enjoyed this Fail Compilation. I will make PART 2 when this video reach 1 million views! Subscribe to follow me! Best Motorcycle and Quad Fail Compilation 2014! Note: The video was made ​​in 2014. The clips in this video are not from 2014. Enjoy! - Moose Riders





Roland Sands Design Drag 48
This bike was built for Drag Specialties to showcase our products and show how versatile the Sportster can be. You will be amazed with what you can achieve with a few modifications and a bunch of bolt on parts. The tail section, rearsets and vented front valance are prototype's and both will be a direct bolt on. Look for them to be available early next season. Visit www.rolandsands.com for more information.





Custom Motorcycles - Hamsters, USA - Sturgis 2008
Members of Hamsters, USA, the premier custom motorcycle organization, start their annual ride from Spearfish into Sturgis, South Dakota, on August 7, 2008





Captain America and Billy Bike choppers
These 2 stunning bikes were built by the Sundel brothers. Check out these show winning bikes.





Harley Davidson Sportster 48 Bobber - Part 1
Here's an easy bolt-on video for all the Sporties out there.. http://www.nickperrimusic.com Part 2 in the making: powerplant dropped into a rigid frame, and a complete custom build ensues..





Custom Harley Davidson VROD by Moto91





Fastest custom motorcycles
2006 News 40 clip on Ransom Motorsports shortly after its inception. It shows these awesome sportbike powered custom motorcycles in action. Hayabusa powered custom bikes! With full Aluminum bodies! One-of-a-kind Custom bikes! www.ransombikes.com





Custom Painted Motorcycle Tanks - (Waterborne Candy)
We have a motorcycle tank that was dropped off, the bike was too old for us to find a paint code so we had it scanned with a spectrophotometer to obtain a paint formula. Find us @ http://www.refinishnetwork.com on Facebook http://goo.gl/RaFEjr Twitter https://twitter.com/refinishnetwork YT Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/jimmo4life Other Great Video's to Check Out: How to Choose Primer - http://goo.gl/JW7oUN Blending Silver Paint - http://goo.gl/fqMoe5 Refinish Network Auto Body Repair Video's have been created for both professional automotive painters seeking information and enthusiasts looking for how to paint a car yourself, carry out minor repairs and general interest in automotive repair and vehicle painting.





1982 Yamaha Virago XV750 Custom Cafe Racer Greg Hageman Inspired
Stanley Tang of Aliso Viejo, California shows us his beautiful custom cafe racer that he built in his garage from a 1982 Yamaha Virago XV750. Riding video shot with the GoPro Hero 3+. Stanley was influenced by the custom Viragos built by Greg Hageman which include the Benelli Mojave tank.





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