Jonesing For A Huze Custom

In American Iron Magazine, Adrian Blake wrote "I love the way Cyril Huze says the word Bobber. His heavy Parisian accent not only transforms the word, but insinuates itself into the very image of that now familiar symbol of Americana with an elegance and attitude suggestive of couture houses like Givenchy or Hermes". It’s all about a new Bobber called "Bombshell" that I built and that you can see on the cover of the January issue of American Iron Magazine already in newsstands. If you are too impatient or too lazy to go to your favorite magazines joint, you can see cool close-up pictures by going to my Website. I spent 6 months of my life working on the tiniest details of this Bobber. So, I would like is that you tell me what you think. Positive critic always fuels my creativity. Promise?   


9 Responses to “Jonesing For A Huze Custom”

  1. 1 mike beland Dec 7th, 2006 at 11:21 am

    after seeing this bike in person photos dont do it justice, when i build a bike i try to hide as many things as possible and cyril is a master of that i challenge anyone to find the battery, usually i just follow the cables, i spent considerable time studying this motorcycle in person and was completely blown away,cyril huze builds super clean and functional motorcycles, more people should look to him for inspiration like a lot of us do. keep it up cyril, it gives us something to aspire to.something to shoot for and any approval of our work from you is a stamp of success. not from the public but fellow builders. which means more personally (but not financialy) rewarding. cant wait for the next one.

  2. 2 Damien Dec 7th, 2006 at 11:32 am

    I’m jonesing for a Cyril Huze “Bubberrr”

  3. 3 Mona Dec 7th, 2006 at 12:42 pm

    absolutely beautiful!! I can’t wait to get the mag!

  4. 4 Stephen Budge Dec 7th, 2006 at 2:20 pm

    Cyril knows what it takes to compete in the “Custom Motorcycle Art World”. I think this is where you seperate the men from the boys. All of the top builders turn out outstanding products that look great I will have to admit. But only a few can actually get all the details right. There are lots of excellent products to put on your bike and Cyril uses some of them too. But it is what he can do with them that makes it artistic. He fabs lots of beautiful parts too as good as anyone. And then there is his paint schemes. For the fans of black with a skull or fire forget about Cyril’s paint. He really knows his stuff. What color combinations go with, what and how on one graphic can offset another. He is the master.
    I think all builders should take a long hard look through Cyril’s eyes to really see his sense of color and design. Of course that’s only if you want your bikes to be considered works of Art.
    I wish I had the money to invest in a Cyril Huze Masterpiece. Because they will be collected as the best of our time.
    Steve Budge

  5. 5 Asa Blalock Dec 7th, 2006 at 3:02 pm

    Cyril is my favorite Builder I have followed his work for several years now. This Bombshell bobber is no doubt my favorite if it had a set of mini apes it would be my dream bike of all times . I should only hope to someday be able to own a Cyril creation . Asa Blalock in Tennessee

  6. 6 Train Dec 8th, 2006 at 1:16 pm

    This is a nice looking bike, Cyril. We would love to do a feature on you over at TheBeachCruiser. Beach is really good at doing interviews. Our partner, Rick Fairless speaks very highly of your work as well. I know that we have a lot of bobber fans!

  7. 7 Ryan Dec 11th, 2006 at 2:33 pm

    Awesome bike Cyril, everyone in the midwest is wondering if your going to be at the 2007 Chicago Supercycle Show Feb. 3rd at McCormick Place. Let your fans know— We want to see you and your art in person.

  8. 8 Cyril Huze Dec 11th, 2006 at 3:57 pm

    Would like to go everywhere to show my customs to everybody, but I have already another commitment at the date of the Chicago show.. Thanks for the compliment.

  9. 9 DJ Chopper God Dec 11th, 2006 at 9:22 pm

    Since I live near Chicago I’ll be in attendance. I love this bike. Very kool!!! I plan on using one of your springers on a future build. Keep up the good work.

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