Glass Design Parts For Your Custom Bike.

You have seen some one-off glass parts used by some builders on top custom bikes, mainly oil tanks, velocity stacks, covers. I just discovered this company called Iron Glass Design, a studio dedicated to bolt-on custom glass inserts and covers. Why glass? Owner Ted will tell you that nothing compares to the beauty and depth of color in art glass. Light brings out the richness of the glass. Sunlight will reflect off the chrome behind the glass in a glowing ring.
 Or you can add some LEDs behind the glass for an elegant lighting effect and side visibility. The glass used is 1/4″ thick, very strong and will last a lifetime. They use transparent glass, opal glass, textured glass, iridescent glass and dichroic glass in a variety of colors. Some interesting special effects shown in their website galleries. Iron Glass Design.

5 Responses to “Glass Design Parts For Your Custom Bike.”

  1. 1 Chris Behar Apr 22nd, 2008 at 1:12 pm

    Cool effects.

  2. 2 Ted Apr 22nd, 2008 at 1:46 pm

    Thanks for the post!
    I am truly honered to be in the company of all of these highly respected people.
    We have lots of improvements coming, the first will be photos of our staff sporting the classic and comfortable Cyril Huze baseball caps. Cyril is my favorite bike builder and a true artist..

  3. 3 joker Apr 22nd, 2008 at 5:19 pm

    ironglassdesigns products are top notch. i have several of their pieces on my road glide, street glide and vstar. they really give that one-off look to garage guys like me who can only dream of building a ground up custom.
    and their customer service is just that – service! quality company run by quality people making quality products.

  4. 4 Tom Goodrich Apr 22nd, 2008 at 6:32 pm

    Interesting. It gives me a couple of ideas for my new built and I will contact these guys to see if they can make it..

  5. 5 Nicker Apr 23rd, 2008 at 1:47 am


    Glass on a scooter.
    Certainly not intuitive.
    Very cool!

    Thanks for a new perspective.


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