The 2010 Valiant Evolution By South Side Kustoms.

The very limited edition custom motorcycle market has shifted in the $20,000 to $30,000 range depending of how many imported parts are used on them. A new arrival in this niche market is this 2010 Valiant model by South Side Kustoms out of Buffalo, NY.

Owner Jason Mccudden used the design services of Custom Eyes Concepts, a company specializing in design concepts in virtual 3D, then produced the Valiant Series #1 featured here. Most parts are American made, pushing the Valiant price at the top of the scale at $29,900. For this price you get an S&S 113″ engine with an S&S carburetor and a Baker 6-speed transmission installed in a Kraft Tech rigid frame, a Dragon Springer from american Suspension, a Tauer Machine Primary Drive, a set of 80-spoke Ride Wright Wheels (front 18 “x 4.25″, rear 16 x 8.5”) dressed with Avon tires, a custom solo seat, a custom exhaust and a mild custom paint job. South Side Kustoms. 716-823-6279.

2 Responses to “The 2010 Valiant Evolution By South Side Kustoms.”

  1. 1 Joe Cree Apr 22nd, 2010 at 11:27 am

    Well lose that pipe, the whietwalls and that huge front tire and you might have something. A little better pricing for a rigid frame bike might be nice too but just my 2 cents. And why use a 16″ front with an 18″ rear? Not getting that styling idea myself.

  2. 2 maroco Apr 26th, 2010 at 3:39 pm

    Nice details, end the other ones they build are realy good bikes to.

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