Indian Larry Legacy’s Paul Cox And Keino Sasaki Go Their Separate Ways

The collaboration known as "Indian Larry Legacy" was formed in 2004 with one goal in mind, keeping Indian Larry’s memory alive. It was an organization composed of 4 friends and partners of Indian Larry: Paul Cox, Keino Sasaki, Bobby & Elisa Seeger. Together they produced custom motorcycles, parts, and apparel. In 2008 all partners will be branching out to follow various independent pursuits in the motorcycle industry. Paul Cox, long established as a leather craftsman and fabricator, will be expanding his independent company "Paul Cox Industries". He will continue to build handmade motorcycles in the style of Indian Larry, along with custom parts and leather work. He will remain in Brooklyn, NY. Keino Sasaki is launching his own custom motorcycle shop “Keino Cycles” at proximity also in Brooklyn. Keino will focus in motor configuration, frame work and sheet metal. Bobby Seeger and Elisa Seeger, the driving force behind the creative and diverse line of Indian Larry merchandise, will continue to offer the public a quality group of accessories. They will also focus on "Grease Monkey Mayhem" an event started in Sturgis in 2006. Indian Larry, Paul Cox Industries, Grease Monkey Mayhem. No website yet for Keino. (On the right, Paul Cox with his new look).

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15 Responses to “Indian Larry Legacy’s Paul Cox And Keino Sasaki Go Their Separate Ways”


  1. 1 Old Skool Dec 18th, 2007 at 3:13 pm

    It had to happen. For a simple reason. Two good builders can’t partner for a long time. It’s the nature of the business. Each wants to do his own thing. The quality of their bikes will be greater separately than together.

  2. 2 Suicide Shift Dec 18th, 2007 at 5:06 pm

    2 good custom shops are better than 1. Good luck to both.

  3. 3 Dyno Dec 18th, 2007 at 5:13 pm

    Hope they remain good friends.

  4. 4 Kiwi Mike Tomas Dec 19th, 2007 at 10:46 am

    I met Keino and Paul during our involvement with Trevelen (Super Company) Crazy Horse Indian biker build off against Indian Larry Legacy. I had the pleasure of working side by side with them, some road side repairs together, riding and enjoyable socializing. I have the utmost admiration for both of these guys as it was never a competition but more like a making of friendships. Both are very talented builders. Good luck guys

  5. 5 DJ CHOPPER GOD Dec 19th, 2007 at 3:31 pm

    Good luck to both of them. They really are very talented guys. C.F.L.

  6. 6 Brett Dec 20th, 2007 at 8:23 pm

    I think they will do alright. Like it was said, these guys want to make their own names. Paul was known for his leather long before the Biker Build Off craze started. It’s ok for him to keep doing things under Indian Larry’s name.

    Keino isn’t as well knows & when he did his own bike, it was different then the usual Indian Larry bikes. Keino is also a master at engines. Maybe Paul will still have Keino make engines for his bikes.

    I’m sure they are still friends. The just don’t seem like the types to have problems with each other. If I did this right, here is a pic with Paul’s new short greaser hair do.

  7. 7 Kara Dec 24th, 2007 at 1:43 am

    Wow! I’m shocked and I’m not at the same time. I wish both Paul and Keino the best. I’ve loved their work at Indian Larry Legacy and I’m sure they will continue to di great things. I have had the pleasure of meeting both gentlemen and I look up to them both. Good luck and God Bless.

  8. 8 rodent Dec 24th, 2007 at 6:00 pm

    Wassumater nobody wants to give Bobby and Elisa any credit for keeping the whole zoo togeather after the passing of Larry

  9. 9 Brett Dec 25th, 2007 at 9:13 pm

    sounds like Bobby & Elisa will still be with Paul to me. I might be wrong. However Paul & Billy Lane havew a new show coming out called the Next Great American Builder. Sounds like it will be something like Build or Bust.

    http://www.greatamericanbuilder.tv

  10. 10 Moto Corsa Dec 27th, 2007 at 7:02 pm

    another “AMERICAN” Chopper show?
    BWAHAHAHAHAHAA
    they’re late to the party, the trend is dead.

  11. 11 Kelly Dec 28th, 2007 at 1:12 am

    wow, i’m kind of in shock right now. i wish them all the best and hope they continue the spirit of larry 🙂

  12. 12 zane Aug 10th, 2008 at 1:06 pm

    can any body please let me no where to get indian larrys autobiography online. iv searched for ages and cant find a store carrying it. email insanezane3000@live.co.uk

  13. 13 Zappa Oct 24th, 2008 at 8:59 am

    I can understand that these guy`s split up, what I can`t understand is that the web side still tell you that you can visit the shop. So I spoil 5 hours on my five day holliday to new york, to visit the shop, and the man next door tell me that I was not the first one, but a daily matter.
    So the best for all of you, and build nice choppers, but changing the web side is the first thing to do.
    don`t disappoint the Indian larry fans

    greatings Zappa, Holland

  14. 14 RABBIT Jan 23rd, 2009 at 2:01 am

    I MET LARRY AT DAYTONA ABOUT TEN YEARS AGO AND IN THAT BRIEF MEETING HE REALLY TOUCHED ME IN THE WAY HE TREATED ME. HE WAS THE MOST HONEST AND CARING PERSON OF HIS STATURE THAT I HAVE EVER MET. I THINK THAT HE WOULD WANT PAUL AND THE GUYS TO KEEP GASOLINE ALLEY IN FULL SWING BUT HE WOULD ALSO WANT THEM TO FOLLOW THEIR HEART SO WHAT EVER THEY DO IS OK AS LONG AS THEY KEEP HIS SPIRIT ALIVE IN WHAT AND HOW THEY BUILD. I DO THINK A SHOW WITH PAUL AND BILLY WOULD BE SOMETHING TO SEE.I DO NEED TO SPEAK WITH PAUL ABOUT SOME IDEAS ON HOW TO DO MY SEAT FOR MY 69 SPORTSTER 1000 XLCH CUSTOM THAT I AM DOING. GIVE ME A CALL AT 931 268 2435 THEY CALL ME RABBIT.

  15. 15 Alan Maiden May 15th, 2009 at 1:25 pm

    OK first off, that is not his new look, it is his old look . I went to school with Paul back in the day. We were tight . He had that look back then. If anybody knows anything about Paul , he is always changing and expanding . So for him it is just an evolution . He will not stop here either. You all dont know half of his talents . This is the single most creative human being i know. He has forgotten about more of his skills than most of us could ever dream to obtain. He laid aside many gifts that his hands have crafted in the name of bordom and wanted to move on to the next challenge . I obviously admire this man i call my friend . He has inspired me to dream bigger than i am on many occasion . He does not realize the power he posses’s to stir peoples emotions. He is one of a hand full of people on this earth that truely followed his desires to go see the edge and come back to share it with others . I can never thank him enough for the influence and impact he has instilled in me so long ago. I am very grateful to have grown up with this man . He is humble beyond belief. That is what i admire most of all. Bruce Lee and Arnold Swartzeneiger said the more power , strength, talent, or skill you have the less you actually have to show it . People just know. I take my hat off to you sir !

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