V-Twin Ring Masterpiece

primalmotorringWho dared to tell you that a V-Twin engine doesn’t look like a piece of jewelry? Now you can Motor Ring 24/7 with this outstanding handcrafted ring comprised of 19 separate components in 18 K Gold or Platinum. I wish that bike show organizers gave me one like that, instead of 6-foot high gold plastic trophies. But I am dreaming. Each and every component is hand finished with breathtaking detail and precision then assembled by laser welding from inside the cylinder heads. The finished ring weighs impressively at over one ounce (1.15oz) and is also available with an optional Gem .27ct quality diamond of perfect color and cut, absolutely flawless. The Master Designer and Craftsman responsible for this tour de force called “Primal Motor Ring” is named Fred Betlach already internationally renown for creating jewelry with moving parts and complex clasp mechanisms that would make any engineer pause.

 “For over fifteen years I have worked on and off to envisage the perfect “motorcycle” ring as both a tribute to my brother’s lifelong devotion to motorcycles and for my own desire to finally achieve a masterpiece,” said jeweler Fred Betlach.  “With this ring, I believe I have not only achieved a true masterpiece any enthusiast would be proud to wear and own, but am also certain my brother Jim Betlach,  motorcycle industry veteran, is impressed and can clearly see my passion for his motorcycle enthusiasm in this design” finished Fred. For those who don’t belong to the V-Twin industry, I mention that brother Jim Betlach is of course the producer of the Easyrider V-Twin Show of Cincinnati where I am, right now. As a matter of act, tomorrow morning I will have the privilege to see this masterpiece on the display of “Pink Partz” the clothing company launched by Darcy Betlach, niece of Fred Betlach. I told you before; the V-twin industry is a small world full of exceptional artists. Learn more about this ring by visiting Primal Motor Ring

4 Responses to “V-Twin Ring Masterpiece”

  1. 1 Bobby Feb 7th, 2009 at 1:05 pm

    $4,000? I’m gonna pass. The price alone automatically makes it a ring for posers and not real bikers.

    …nice ring, tool.

  2. 2 Lucas Feb 9th, 2009 at 10:01 am

    Not sure I will wear it, but great art.

  3. 3 rodent Feb 9th, 2009 at 10:08 pm

    nice work wrong market

  4. 4 Boss Hawg Feb 10th, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    They should present these to the Hall Famer’s.

    Boss Hawg

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