Blings Cycles

If you really belong to the custom scene you know that Bill Dodge was during 8 years the shop foreman at Jesse James WCC. At the end of 2005, Bill moved from California to New-Jersey to open Blings Cycles. His style? His own. Not the $100,000 trophy bikes he used to build in his former professional life, but simple, fast, functional and bitchin’ sleds. Bill Dodge builds bikes & cars since he was 16, and now is the time for him to build only what he likes and rides. Check out his new very different bikes and parts . Blings Cycles.  

7 Responses to “Blings Cycles”

  1. 1 Jim Ashley Jun 26th, 2007 at 10:04 am

    Bill Dodge put the bling in your ride.

  2. 2 GARAGE GOON Jun 26th, 2007 at 10:19 am

    Kool stuff.

  3. 3 CJ "Warden" Hanlon Jun 26th, 2007 at 10:47 pm

    Bill and the gang were at this past weekends Horse SmokeOut and what a group of bikes they had! I strolled by and drolled the whole time…love the use of old school, new/old engines, unique styling and practicality….keep up the great work Bling!!!!

  4. 4 Attila Jun 27th, 2007 at 1:34 pm

    Bill is a super guy! I had the pleasure of doing work for his new shop:

    His consistent use of 23″s suckers me in.

  5. 5 G Murray Jun 28th, 2007 at 1:08 pm

    If you’re in Daytona for Bike Week or Biketoberfest, stop by on the first city block of Main St to see Bill Dodge of Blings Cycles. This lot is located right at the Main St Bridge on the beachside, across from the new location of Gilley’s Pub 44 (used to be “The Wreck”).

    Other great custom builders set up there include Indian Larry Legacy, Deep South Choppers, Marcus Walz of Walz Hardcore Cycles, Big Bear Choppers, and a host of others. Victory Motorcycles corporate tractor trailer also sets up there, showcasing their lineup of new production models.

  6. 6 Marilyn Stemp Jul 6th, 2007 at 9:27 am

    Bill builds cool bikes? Absolutely. And he’s a good guy? No doubt about that. It’s about time he got some kudos. Yeah, it’s shameless marketing, but we wrote about him in the July IronWorks; he got a bunch of industry people together to build a bike for a soldier who had been ripped off. He’s humble about his participation, but he was undoubtedly the driving force behind the build. You just have to look at the finished bike to know that. Credit where it’s due.

  7. 7 Haywood Jablomi Feb 3rd, 2008 at 3:13 pm

    What really happened between him and WCC?

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