Copper Bolt by Low and Mean at Sturgis Yamaha Bolt
http://www.lowandmean.com Using only bolt on parts Low and Mean
transformed the stock Star Bolt into this one of a kind motorcycle. Thru
out the rest of 2013 this Low and Mean build will be on tour with Star
Motorcycles. Low and Mean the leader in aftermarket bolt on products for
your cruiser. Enjoy the ride. The Copper Bolt is available as a limited
edition cruiser from Low and Mean for more information give us a call at
855-880-6660. The video was shot using a go pro camera attached to the Low
and Mean Storm Trooper Bolt.
Yamaha Vmax Hyper Modified.mp4
www.motoxp.ru - customizers Marcus Walz, Ludovic Lazareth, and Roland Sands
will debut their version of the Yamaha VMAX as part of the VMAX Hyper
1982 YAMAHA xj550 CAFE RACER
Me and my dad built this 82 Yamaha Maxim xj550 that we bought. We did a
bunch of custom work here in our two car garage. The list of things done to
the bike is quite long so I'm not gonna get in too much detail but if you
have a question about the bike let me know and I'll try to get to you and
answer it. Enjoy and thank you much for watching
Music by: mi6
Song: Stupid Little Things
Harley Davidson Sportster 48 Bobber - Part 1
Here's an easy bolt-on video for all the Sporties out there..
Part 2 in the making: powerplant dropped into a rigid frame, and a complete
custom build ensues..
Malaysian Batpod by Eastern Bobber
Eastern Bobber are bike buider based in Malaysia.
We build, we modify, we sell.
Visit Eastern Bobber facebook page at:
Own by bike enthusiasm.
Bobber Build 79 Yamaha XS750
A friend gave me a bike, so I built a bobber. I've got about one month into
it so far. Test drive went well, handles great and its very comfortable.
I'll post more after its painted and polished. I'm up for paint idea's...?
Honda Rebel Bobber Project - In the Making
Jump to 9:15 for the Finished Results!
Engine Sound and Test Ride videos can be found on my channel. THANKS!
I've received many requests for more videos on my bobber so I decided to
upload this after considering how difficult it was for me and how I wished
people online can freakin' reply me how they did it because I had no
resources and had to figure it out on my own. This is 60+ gigs of videos
compiled over months. Heavily cut and edited to show the whole process in
the building of my bobber. I apologize for the choppy music in the
background. I truly hope this video helps!
LIVE HARD. RIDE HARDER! :)
This bike was completed in 2010.
Photos courtesy of: Edwin Chow
I would be interested in any apprenticeship, job offerings, and interviews.
(626) 566-5783. Thank You!
**I DO NOT CLAIM OR OWN ANY RIGHTS TO THE AUDIO CONTENTS IN THIS VIDEO**