Billy Lane To Start A Custom Motorcycle Project While Still Behind Bars

On August 14, 2009 Billy Lane was sentenced to 6 years in Prison regarding the vehicular homicide case in connection with a September 4, 2006 crash that left Gerald Morelock dead. Upon his release from prison (to happen sooner than 2015 because Billy will be credited 2 days per month against jail time for good behavior), he will be in probation for 3 years, will have his drivers license suspended for life (pending appeal), and will also have to undergo random drug and alcohol testing.

Billy is a talented builder and living around motorcycles is all his life. So, I was not surprised to learn that Billy, with jail direction approval, is starting a motorcycle project while still behind bars. Billy will have no issue sourcing the parts and material he needs via his connections in the custom motorcycle industry. More info about this build coming very soon.

For information, some Choppers Inc. parts are again for sale on eBay and Billy, with the help of his sister, intends to release new parts to be also sold on eBay while still doing time at the Avon Park Work Camp in Avon Park, Florida.


61 Responses to “Billy Lane To Start A Custom Motorcycle Project While Still Behind Bars”

  1. 1 mid-north-kustomz Jan 24th, 2012 at 7:02 am

    wiz !! spot on !!…… hey bossy ! how theyre hangin up there ?? when ya cumin down under ya old bastard ! tony. gee.

  2. 2 Septic the Sceptic Jan 25th, 2012 at 1:58 am

    Mr Mortlock may be alive if he wasn’t DUI as well. Maybe this will be a little good to come out of the whole sorry affair.

  3. 3 shadow666 Jan 27th, 2012 at 4:08 am

    maybe him and kevin alsop can build some shit while they’re both locked up and try to pay restitution for dudes family and kevin can repay the soldiers and everyone else he fucked over

  4. 4 Rick Peyton Jan 27th, 2012 at 4:57 pm

    I say good luck to ya, Billy. Forget about the assholes and just do your thing.

  5. 5 Conrad Nicklus Feb 2nd, 2012 at 12:51 pm

    I feel Billy needs to do this… Ill even send him parts if he needs them.

  6. 6 suicide jockey Feb 22nd, 2012 at 12:11 am

    just heard the news. life sucks and shit happens. good luck billy,met you at bikes,blues,and bbq. in ark. you have always struck me as a pretty straight up bro. i cant cast any stones because ive flew home many a night with one eye closed also. not saying its right but it happens. and im sorry for the victom and his family also.and all the rest of the haters on here can kiss my ass.keep your chin up and dont drop the soap and we will see you out here again soon,and until then i will keep one eye open for you!

  7. 7 Johnny Feb 27th, 2012 at 7:42 am

    2 days per month for good behaviour? That sounds quite low for a State Prison sentence; remember it’s protected by the Constitution’s prohibition against Cruel and Unusual Punishment and upheld by the Supreme Court. It’s mandatory.

    My understanding is Florida is 30 days granted the day you enter jail, followed by about 10 days per month served. It varies because if you take classes or do work you earn more. He probably would be released, full sentence served, even if he never is granted parole, after about 4 1/2 years, and it could be sooner.

  8. 8 Bill Feb 29th, 2012 at 12:10 am

    Let GOD judge each one of use and each one of us shall start judging it self and not others. he was already judged for what he did and is paying the price, nobody gets judged 2 for the same crime.

  9. 9 noely Feb 29th, 2012 at 2:17 am

    he may well move outa the usa altogether where the ruling wont hinder him driving,good luck to him as being behind bars with his talent wont solve anything why not have him work with kids that need direction instead as a punishment ?

  10. 10 Knucklehead Apr 22nd, 2012 at 8:42 am

    Cyril, Whats the latest on this story? The bike build.

  11. 11 PhilStubbs Apr 23rd, 2012 at 8:35 am

    Sure, Billy was in the wrong for driving drunk. How many of you read the real reports that prove the guy he killed was driving drunk too. Or read that Billy has spent time with the family of the man he killed and has made peace with them. For the rest of his life, he will pass the scene of the accident and re-live it over and over. That plus the 6 years in prison sounds like more than enough punishment to me. I am 100% sure he will change his ways. I can’t imagine he will stay away from alcohol, but I’m damn sure he won’t drink and drive again.

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