Touring Europe to show you the custom bikes you may see in Sturgis competing in the AMD World Championship Of Bike Building. This one coming, big surprise, from a shop located in the beautiful Mediterranean island of Sardinia (a constitutional part of Italy with a special autonomy statute), located west of the Italian peninsula and South of Corsica. The bike is called “Chenz’e Arrenda” (No Surrender) and pays tribute to the local art of copper stamping and forming. Just look at the unusual shape of the gas tank and rear fender. Iron Head engine and 4-speed tranny are cradled in a hand made frame fitted with an ultra clean and narrow Springer front end with no brake. To remind you where the bike was fabricated, a Sardinian long knife is used as hand shifter. Bobber Cycles (picture HRF).