Actor Lorenzo Lamas And Custom Builder Ralph Randolph Launch Lorenzo Cycles In Sturgis.


lorenzolamascycles411lorenzolamascyrilhuzeblog1Actor Lorenzo Lamas (“Renegade”, “Falcon Crest”, “The Bold And The Beautiful”, etc) built his first chopper back in 1979. Since then he always wanted to put his stamp on custom motorcycle designs. Then he met Custom Builder Ralph Randolph of Knockout Motorcycles, and they decided to start together Lorenzo Cycles to build quality limited edition models with a “Wild West Vibe”.  quality” and timeless design
Together, they plan to build only 40 limited edition customs a year using only S&S Twin Cam motors and Avon Tires. During the Sturgis Rally they will introduce and ride in the Black Hills 2 of their limited edition models, the “Reno Rocket” based on a US Choppers frame with a 113” engine and Baker transmission, and the “Bomber” built on a Chopper Guys frame with a 124” motor and Harley transmission. The 2 partners of  Lorenzo Cycles will be personal guests of Rod Woodruff at the Buffalo Chip on Monday August 3rd, will ride their custom bikes in the Mayor’s Ride and the Legends Ride. Lorenzo Lamas Cycles on Facebook.

20 Responses to “Actor Lorenzo Lamas And Custom Builder Ralph Randolph Launch Lorenzo Cycles In Sturgis.”

  1. 1 Kirk Perry Aug 1st, 2009 at 8:31 am


  2. 2 A 1 cycles Aug 1st, 2009 at 8:45 am

    good luck ralph…the sketches are the bomb (canni designs) and ralph builds a solid bike..if they can use lorenzos star power to sell the bikes thats awesome, good luck guys. see you soon

  3. 3 Jim C Aug 1st, 2009 at 9:46 am

    pricing? Personally I have mixed emotions about guys like Lorenzo and Tyler starting these companies. In one way,it is good to see something positive happening in this economy. I am curious as to rideability for the bobber and prostreet style bikes.

  4. 4 Sheridan Aug 1st, 2009 at 11:13 am

    I actually really like the look of the Bomber bike, good to see someone reviving the FXR style frame again. Good luck to you both.

  5. 5 jspfc Aug 1st, 2009 at 12:08 pm

    The bikes look nice but let’s see what their price points are. I am not sure Lorenzo has the star power to carry a product line of motorcycles. I thnk there are few other builders/celebs that have tried this and failed. But good luck.

  6. 6 raycwheeler Aug 1st, 2009 at 2:50 pm

    Nice Bikes …

    Best of luck Ralph and crew …..


  7. 7 Dave Blevins Aug 1st, 2009 at 3:05 pm

    Hell, give it a shot. Will the actual bikes measure up to the artist renderings? Who knows, I’m just glad to see there are still folks out there willing to enter the market instead of disappearing from it. Good luck guys!

  8. 8 Fred P. Aug 1st, 2009 at 7:44 pm

    What do you all think the price point should be? Either need to sell a ton cheap to make a buck, or sell a few at big bucks. 40 bikes? I’m thinking big bucks!!!

  9. 9 Frito Bandido Aug 1st, 2009 at 7:59 pm

    Jey……mister Nicklus….juat do u tink??

    I sey…………..too many pesos in malo ecomomy

    “lon liv bad man Jessie James”!!!!!!!

    Frito Bandito

  10. 10 Boss Hawg Aug 2nd, 2009 at 7:38 am

    Yawn and stretch….better stretch really good.

    Boss Hawg

  11. 11 Kirk Perry Aug 2nd, 2009 at 9:07 am

    Okay then, Good Luck Lorenzo.
    In keeping with the post of actors and motorcycles, at this time I would like to let everybody know that the cop show “Southland” is the best series currently running. The new season started Friday and that’s when it airs. Finally something decent to watch, that’s very well written with fast moving, contemporary lingo and a least one of the cops is a drunk (drinks on the job) and a racist. He caught a well deserved bullet last episode, but should recover by next Friday.
    I know a writer from the series, who told me that there’s going to be an M/C gang episode (to pull some viewership away from “Sons of Anarchy”).
    He said it’s your typical meth-lab and Harley episode, but the meth-heads are scary-sacks like we’ve never seen and a lot of people get blown apart.
    “Southland” is doing what “NY P.D. Blue” (with Sippowicz) used to do. They feature different bizarre characters in each episode. Fun season ahead, on Fridays, CBS.

  12. 12 bigalyts Aug 2nd, 2009 at 9:31 am

    I think whatever will keep People making Financial moves forward are great for the MC Biz. I think if they are only 40K that would a bargain ! Look at Jessie really getting 70K + for His name on a 40K Bike ! Go Lorenzo go. He is even better looking than Jessie !

  13. 13 Woody Aug 2nd, 2009 at 9:28 pm

    Easy to do drawings, hard to judge a bike based one though. Guess if we had some actual bikes and prices we’d have something to consider.

  14. 14 David Aug 2nd, 2009 at 11:19 pm

    Might help if they did reruns of Lorenzo’s TV show Renegade.

  15. 15 Pitbull Aug 3rd, 2009 at 5:52 pm

    Ralphs made some cool shit, the drawings are cool, but Lorenzo, geez wtf, go back and try to act.

  16. 16 Patof Aug 3rd, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    Bikes look good, but what’s Lorenzo bringing to the table? Anyone heard any more about the Steven tyler backed bikes??? That’s what I thought, me neither…. Good Luck anyways.

  17. 17 EzJ Aug 4th, 2009 at 8:37 am

    Gentlemen: “Atta boy” for having balls & going after dreams in times of economic uncertainty. Best of luck.

  18. 18 Conrad Nicklus Aug 9th, 2009 at 12:26 am

    Oh great…one more company to bail out later down the road or one more company to screw over our vendors and jack up our prices when they fail and leave the vendors without payment…good call, but Lorenzo has a hott daughter, Shayne Lorenzo, none the less.

  19. 19 Derrel Whitemyer Aug 29th, 2009 at 12:36 am

    What’s the fuss (IT’S ALL ‘GOOD’)…Skilled rider/average actor teams up with skilled builder to manufacture a limited series of choppers…I can’t believe this is upsetting the balance of the Universe for some of you nice folks. Sooooo why so many ‘sour grapes’ responses??? Is there some committee of Pharisees, a priesthood of bikers and builders Lorenzo and Eddie need to get permission from to build bikes? Actually building a series of choppers that can be ridden along the backroad twisties & switchbacks will attract a large part of the ‘Metric’ market…My guess is a lot of ‘Silicon Valley’ Yuppies will buy these bikes…PEACE/RIDE SAFE

  20. 20 sparkplug Sep 18th, 2009 at 12:38 pm

    Shame on all of you.I think, any man that is trying to make a go at it in todays economy,should get all the support they need.A lot of people like bikes.Why so many skeptics.Sounds like he’s grouped together with good team.From Eddie Trotta,to all the major investors and sponsorship,Good Luck in your endeavor.

    Mike A.

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