You want to see more custom baggers in different styles. And if I show you this one belonging to the new wave started of touring motorcycles built from the ground up, it’s not only for its smooth lines but also because it was created using only parts proudly made in America. Because an American Builder and American vendors united to create it, this dark liner is appropriately called “Team Player.” Long and low, this beautiful and powerful highway black limo is a showcase of some of the best US manufactured motorcycle components, although many of them have been modified and or adapted by its builder A1 Cycles in Florida for a visual result looking almost as fluid as water.
So, in one way, from builder creating some parts from scratch to catalog parts used as is or modified, it’s a tribute to our American ingenuity. I personally wish that it inspires others to use some of the brands that met together on this gorgeous touring bagger. The honor list includes: An Independent Cycle Inc drop neck Lowlife frame with Legend Air Suspension. A T.P. Engineering Big Twin, 121″. EVO motor producing 120 hp with 125 foot-pounds of torque together with Santee black ceramic coated exhaust (1st picture show them in chrome.) Baker Drivetrain Right Side Drive 6-speed transmission. Rear braking via GMA inside-out brake pulley. Front braking by Hawg Halters “Black Out” four-piston caliper and 13″ floating rotor. Black wheels are from Renegade, front size 21 x 3.5″, rear size 18 x 10″ both dressed with Metzeler tires. Hawg Halters Inc :Black Out” Smoothie Wide Glide front forks with stock length / neck rake of 42 degrees. 5 3/4″ Headwinds headlight. HHI foot controls. One-off gas tank, fenders & grips made by A1 Cycles. Corbin fairing and bags modified by A1 Cycles. Speedo by Dakota Digital and rear flush mount lightning by Russ Wernimont.
Yesterday I saw again “Team Player” (shop is not far away). It’s a very cool, strong & plush ride and fits me like a glove I just learned that the bike is listed for sale (you qualify is you are at least 5.5′ tall). Contact Mike Belland at 561-784-2992. A1 Cycles,