Custom Billet Front End By Schuller CycleWerks

In Toronto, Canada master motorcycle engineer and fabricator Steve Schuller with his partner Joe Roy, has been building the most incredible one-off billet parts.

Such as the first all aluminum custom chopper (in 2004, out of 7075 billet), many hubless wheels, radical front ends and many other chassis components. The shop expertise is in engineering new and challenging designs and is often commissioned by other very well known US builders to assist them with their complex design projects.

This front end was custom designed to be used in conjunction with a 32″ MAD poly carbonate wheel. The fork assembly itself is made from billet 6061-t6 aluminum with solid brass accents and features an aluminum B-Cool fender. Shock is a custom made long stroke air suspension cylinder turned from billet 7075-t6 aluminum to allow lay frame capability. Shown as well is the matching rear air cylinder. If you have grandiose aluminum dreams requiring sophisticated motorcycle technology and advanced fabrication skills, call Steve Schuller on my behalf at 905-294-6183  Schuller Cycle Weeks

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8 Responses to “Custom Billet Front End By Schuller CycleWerks”


  1. 1 Donnie Jan 29th, 2017 at 9:30 am

    Wow…

  2. 2 Iron Horse Jan 29th, 2017 at 1:22 pm

    Wow is right.

    It looks maybe a little heavy in places, but overall, it’s a thing of beauty.

  3. 3 bigalyts Jan 29th, 2017 at 9:30 pm

    Looks like jewelry, for you Motorcycle!

  4. 4 coma Jan 30th, 2017 at 8:19 am

    Does it have bushings or needle roller bearings?

  5. 5 Al Gajda Jan 30th, 2017 at 8:47 am

    Awesome, thing of beauty————–

  6. 6 Tom Ryan Jan 30th, 2017 at 11:24 am

    Nicely designed forks! There’s also so much more that you could do to create variations of this design. You could step in the outside legs with various depths of machine cut styles from the top to the axles. Or, even fill and step in the slotted area between the fork legs with a multitude of slot styles or spaced supporting rib styles etc. etc. The list goes on!

  7. 7 Boomer Jan 30th, 2017 at 11:30 am

    A true work of art! I bet it cost as much as a good used stock Softail it might be mounted on.

    When I can’t find prices on something I know it’s too rich for my blood but still like looking.

    What do you guys think? $10k? $15k?

  8. 8 b'cool products Jan 30th, 2017 at 7:13 pm

    It has been my absolute privilege to be part of the Schuller Cycle Werks inner circle. I have seen all of the very cool parts he has been making over the past couple of decades and can’t wait until we finish my own personal bike with its endless list of one off billet components. Steve’s work is by far of the absolute finest quality anywhere and his attention to details simply mind blowing. If you can dream it he and his team can build it. He is definitely worth calling to make your dreams come true and at a very minimum check out his web site to see a little more of his work. There is no doubt he is this industries best kept secret!

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