Best New Board Track Style Bike

During rallies, I am so busy talking to everybody that I am always afraid to miss a trick bike deserving to be featured here. During the Daytona Boardwalk Show there is no way I could have missed to notice this wild and gorgeous new bike that I would have liked to imagine and fabricate. Almost every part but the tires and engine are hand made. It was built by Jaxon Fyffe of Wild Card Customs. Here what he told me. It’s worth reading.

 “I wanted to keep the theme of an early 1900’s board track racer but then use the build as an engineering exercise for me. The look of the bike would remind people of the early days of motorcycle racing on the board tracks around the country but to modern builders it would bring the taste of today’s engineering.  A very special feature is the brake system. The brake discs are all stainless steel that are on each corner of the rim itself and the brakes are machined into the side of the front forks. We have twin piston in each leg with our own pad on all four corners of the bike. They work very well.  Forks are of my design, just wanted to work out some issues with rake and trail though out the travel of the forks and got that all worked out with the style    and brake issues all in a one-off custom billet fork. Both wheels are 23" that were both carved from solid 400Lbs bricks of 6061 billet aluminum. The spool hubs are ours with some special features. The spokes are laced in a radial pattern in the front and the spokes are "hung" in the wheel up side down compared to all motorcycles. The nipples are inside the hub. The frame is another design that I drew up worked out some details and then proceeded to build. The Yamaha motor is a dry sump motor and I have the oil tank in the top tube. The tank is really a two-piece tank that does about 4 duties all at 1 time. It is the gas tank on the right front corner, and then the left side is the fuel injection equipment & Battery. In the middle of the tank is the air box that is mated to our Venturi air intake. The rear of the tank has the master switch and engine start button” What’s next for Wild Card Customs?  Many new ideas and parts that are in the process of being introduced to the motorcycle market place. Jaxon Fyffe is a very friendly guy full of talent who loves to explain his work. You can reach talk to him at 817-831-9700 and check his other bikes at Wild Card Customs


19 Responses to “Best New Board Track Style Bike”

  1. 1 Crawford Mar 15th, 2007 at 10:04 am

    Extremely cool sled.

  2. 2 mike beland Mar 15th, 2007 at 12:33 pm

    pictures dont do it justice,,,i stared and stared..awesome piece and great guy.

  3. 3 Peter Danish Mar 15th, 2007 at 1:33 pm

    Saw it it Daytona, too. Great craftsmanship on a Jap. bike. I pardon you Jaxon for not using an american engine.

  4. 4 sandie Mar 15th, 2007 at 3:01 pm

    This is really a sleek and head turning bike. Love the paint job. Is the main color a candied apple red? Hard to believe that it has some Jap in it. Great craftsmanship and great vision as well. Cyril, what is the cost of this baby? Or, is it a one of a kind?

  5. 5 Brad Mar 15th, 2007 at 3:25 pm

    Hey, Sandie. Open your eyes. Of course it’s a one-off. Price? I would say 100K .

  6. 6 Jaxon 5 Mar 15th, 2007 at 7:24 pm


    I think it is a candy red. I told my painter that over all I wanted it red. If you like you can call the painter and ask him, he is one of my good friends. His name is Mike Dulsold 972-221-1455. The paint really looks better in real life. The pictures dont do it justice. If you have any other questions feel free to let me know! Thanks again ! ~ Jaxon WCC

  7. 7 Jaxon 5 Mar 15th, 2007 at 7:27 pm


    I had too on this project, it was for a TV show we filmed. Useing a Metric motor was a “have too”… 🙂 I have had a many Harley guys like the bike and then told me they didnt care that it had a “&%$&%(*&%” motor! LOL 🙂

  8. 8 Rod Patrick Mar 15th, 2007 at 7:31 pm

    I think that this bike has a Roger Goldammer bikes influence. But it’s still beautiful and with its own merits.

  9. 9 Sam Nehme Mar 16th, 2007 at 9:20 am

    I competed against Jaxon in the build-off and I gotta tell you that I fell in love with this bike the first day I saw it! It is an awesome bike with tons of technology in it! And remember guys, this bike will be around for ever because of that METRIC motor! I like seeing “American” builders prove how good they really are by not beeing scared to throw their talent at a metric bike! Jaxon has a lot to be proud of with his creation!

    I will always remember the words of John Von Chauldy “It’s not what you ride, it’s that you ride!”………..Sam

  10. 10 Tommy Graves Mar 18th, 2007 at 7:57 pm

    J5 – You da man bro and once again congrats on that masterpiece! I had the pleasure of riding along side sir J5 on his new beast at Bike Week and what a blast it was seeing everyone’s faces as they saw him ready to smoke that monster 23 incher!!! Jaxon – you are the real triple threat deal bro. Thanks for keeping it real and we can’t wait to see your next masterpiece!!!!!!!! Tommy

  11. 11 Jaxon 5 Mar 21st, 2007 at 5:11 pm

    Mr. Graves,

    dude, you your self has a bad ass bike… Wow, I thought I just had the pleasure of rideing with you.. LOL 🙂 How did you like that fire? That bike would smoke the tire in one second. Thanks for the props man!

  12. 12 Wolfgang Knitterscheidt Mar 22nd, 2007 at 5:14 am

    I was judging your bike as a tie brake judge in your
    class ( Rat’s Hole…).
    You did some great innovations on the bike…less is
    You gave me some real new ideas after my last bike…The Triangular….was so much different from the others…
    Create some more…
    See Ya.

  13. 13 Test Mar 30th, 2007 at 5:50 am

    Hi all!


  14. 14 Jaxon 5 WCC Oct 11th, 2007 at 12:17 am

    Thats to all for everyones support, come see the bike on the 2008 Easy Rider tour

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