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Four-time Calendar Bike-Building Champion, Jim Giuffra of AFT Customs, will unveil his latest custom-built Indian Casino bike at the 20th annual Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show featuring Avon Cobra front 120/70R19 and rear 180/55R18 tires.
Known for his groundbreaking motorcycles and progressive aftermarket designs, Roland Sands celebrated the grand opening of the RSD Design Center in Los Alamitos, Calif., Friday evening.
The 5,900 sq./ft. facility functions as a design and development center, custom build shop and even a retail store.
One more custom motorcycle shop is about to close due to the dire economy, according to reports. Big Dog Motorcycles in Wichita, Kansas, is about to close and convert into a parts manufacturer and distributor, local news outlets reported.
In early February, the 10th Anniversary of the V-Twin Expo in Cincinnati brought about some big news in the V-Twin industry.
One of the biggest announcements regarding customs involved Paul Teutul Jr. of Paul Jr. Designs. The custom chopper builder, and former Orange County Choppers builder, appeared at the V-Twin Expo with Renegade Wheels.
Paul Teutul Jr., owner of Paul Jr. Designs, will use the newly developed "BioKey for Bikes" on an upcoming custom-designed chopper build.
The BioKey for Bikes is a unique fingerprint security product for motorcycles, which will only allow the owner of the motorcycle to start the machine. This system was designed by Hawk Systems, Inc.
International Motorcycle Show
Custom motorcycle builders of all types were out in force at the International Motorcycle Show at Long Beach, California.
The motorcycles on display ranged from a futuristic KTM sport bike to vintage Harley-Davidson’s made into 21st century customs.