Spectacular Metric Bike On The 2008 Easyriders Show Tour

If you are in custom bikes, whether as a participant or as a spectator, you love the Easyriders /V-Twin Bike Show Tour visiting about 12 cities every year. It’s a great opportunity to show your work or to observe the newest trends in customization and maybe get inspiration (I didn’t say copy) for your next project. In addition a selection of well known pro-builders is present to meet with their fans and show a couple of their latest creations. For the 1st time ever in 2008 a metric bike built by Wild Card Customs was selected by 33 pro-builders to be exhibited during the full Easyriders Show Tour. A few months ago I had the opportunity to present you this spectacular bike built by Jaxon. Fyffe. It’s an amazing Yamaha with a high tech board-track look and now you can see full details of this piece of art named "Speedliner" by looking at the wonderful photography of Michael Lichter.

5 Responses to “Spectacular Metric Bike On The 2008 Easyriders Show Tour”

  1. 1 a 1 cycles Jul 3rd, 2007 at 10:18 am

    jaxons a great guy..bike is awesome..pictures dont do it justice…you must see it in person..the front end is trick. totaly cool bike.congrats

  2. 2 Tommy Graves Jul 3rd, 2007 at 1:23 pm

    This bike is truely an amazing study of engineering and art. I’ve had the opportunity to see this bike up close and being riden and have to say again, EXCELLENT WORK Jaxon!! Hope to get to see you again on tour!

  3. 3 GARAGE GOON Jul 4th, 2007 at 11:52 am

    Not my syle but very interesting. I’d like to get a look at it in person. Glad to see people doing kool new stuff.

  4. 4 Nicker Jul 5th, 2007 at 6:40 pm

    certainly makes one think about using that metric motor.
    Very Cool!

  5. 5 Rodster Jul 29th, 2007 at 2:56 am

    This is the second custom with the use of a metric cycle I have seen. The first was a Honda at the Portland, Oregon Easyriders show.
    Overall was a stock configuration with a stripped down custom look. What caught my eye was the motor was had a lot of mechanical exposed…unlike the die cast look that most metric cycles show.
    Very nice design..style and flow.

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