Road Weasels – A Tribute To Ross Tomas……..JOIN TODAY!

Road Weasels
A Tribute To Ross Tomas 

After the tragic premature death of their only child,Ross, Mike and Carolyn Tomas, owners of Kiwi Indian Motorcycles in Riverside,California, decided to begin creating a new legacy in their son’s name. They have started a motorcycle group called the Road Weasels. This is already an International group and consists of both riders and non riders alike.
The entire focus of the group is to emulate their son’s sense of humor,love of life and general kindness toward others. These are the people who will be proud to wear the colors of the Road Weasels. The group has a web site at  . The membership fee is $40 (annually) and includes a tee shirt, tank decal and jacket patch as well as a commemorative poker chip with the Road Weasel logo on one side and the Round The World logo on the reverse side.
In addition, the establishment of the Ross Tomas Foundation has begun. Funds generated through the Road Weasels group ,as well as any donations, will be funneled to this foundation and its underlying program called YEP. This acronym stands for Youth Enrichment Program. YEP will be used to fund scholarships and provide a helping hand to young men and women who desire to pursue further education and need some help to reach their goals. There will be an application process as well as a governing board making funding decisions.

Joining Road Weasels is easy and promises to be extremely rewarding. There will be a number of events during the year as well as a news letter to keep members up to date on happenings. ALL riders are welcome join regardless of the type or brand of bike you ride. We even have members who do not have a motorcycle but love the concept of what being a Road Weasel stands for.

Go to the web site and check us out. Sign up today and get your membership packet on the way ASAP. YOU WILL BE GLAD YOU DID!


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A Deal You CAN’T Refuse! …………. 




Baggers Werx needs your help. Bagger Werx is a premium manufacturer of numerous parts and accessories for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles with an emphasis on Touring Models or as “we say, Baggers.

The flagship of our product offering is the Bay Area Drop Seat Kit. For Baggers.

As always, when the new model year comes out, we immediately do extensive research to insure proper fitment and function of all of our products. We of course do this as most companies do by using our extensive library of Genuine Harley-Davidson Parts catalogs and service manuals.

However, the final confirmation is ALWAYS an installation performed by our staff in our R&D facility.

Here is the deal of the century!

If you are in the bay area of California and can let us use your 2014 bagger to install a Drop Seat Kit, you will get the Drop Seat Kit and the installation entirely FREE!

That’s right, a $1495.95 Bagger Werx Drop Seat Kit and the labor 100% free.

If you don’t want the Drop Seat Kit, no worries………For use of your bike, we will give you $500!

If you want the coolest accessory going for a dresser (the most comprehensive and tech friendly kit available) or simply want to make an EASY $500, contact us at:


565 Rossi Court
Gilroy CA, 95020 USA

Tel: 1-408-623-0050
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PSI / City Mission Custom Bike Project – A great bike for a great cause

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City Mission Custom Bike Project – A great bike for a great cause
North Randall, Ohio (Cleveland) – The timing couldn’t be better and the cause couldn’t be more appropriate, especially during the holiday season.
Last week, a project that has spanned several months came to a close at the PowerSport Institute, a branch campus of Ohio Technical College (OTC). This was a ground up custom bike build performed by the students in the American V-Twin Program lead by IMBBA Master Builders and Director of the program, Ron Radeke.
The bike is going to be raffled with the drawing some time in March. The details of how to obtain tickets, where and exactly when the raffle will take place can be seen at:
The following friends / vendors for PSI made this build possible through their generous donations of products, services, and of course their precious time.
  • Frame was manufactured by Paul York at Thompson Choppers in Springfield Mo. Paul has always been a great supporter of PSI and continues to do so.
  • Donor bike where the foundation of the build started was provided by Geico Insurance Co….many thanks to them for their participation in this project.
  • Exhaust system was donated by our great neighbors right down the street here in Cleveland at SuperTrapp Exhaust. As always, the folks at SuperTrapp were quick to support the cause.
  • Once again, the paint was donated from Sherwin Williams. A company that supports everything we do at PSI.
  • ACCEL Motorcycle Products came through with several electronic components……we always like using the best!
  • Roger Newsome of Newsome & Works Metallizing in Akron that stepped up to the plate and assisted us in a time of need with his expert media blasting and prep work on the frame and related components.
  • MANY aftermarket parts donated by J&P Cycles
  • From there, and all the fabrication as well as the paint was performed in house at PowerSport Institute by students under the guidance of staff.
As you can see below, the result of everyone’s effort pays off again at PSI.

PSI Instructor and IMBBA Member Bill Zepp took the lead of this build to mentor the student during the process from start to finish to complete the build with quality and in a timely manner. It is always a team effort at PSI and we as a team designed and built the bike so everyone had a hand in the project.
PSI students and staff behind the bike from left to right – Bill Zepp , Dave Smith, Lance LaBeau, Eric (Rocky) Brown, Albert Brown Ron Radeke. 
Sitting on the bike, Mr. Rich Trickel, CEO of The City Mission
Other students involved in this project include John Straub, Jake Coleman, Tim Lathrop, Jeff Gonzales, Sam Yates, Rich Jackson, Martin Howroyd, Cory Wagner, and Paul Ulmer. We are very proud of each and every one of the participants that built this beautiful bike. 
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Michael Parry (City Missions Chief Development Officer),  Bernie Thompson (PSI Campus DIrector), Rich Trickel (City Missions CEO), Ron Radeke (PSI American V-Twin Program Director)
“There were many students that worked on this project but the students that are listed did a lot of work.  This bike build was a huge undertaking and all of the students used this project to advance their desire and dream to build bikes into a reality.” said Ron Radeke.
Bernie Thompson adds, “These types of projects are what PowerSport Institute and Ohio Technical College are all about. Helping the community and our students be successful.

Special thanks to the City Mission and great sponsors for allowing the students of PSI the great honor of building this bike.”

For further details on how to get tickets for the raffle, go to: 

Our History at City Mission 

The City Mission began in October of 1910, when Cleveland’s city, business and church leaders encouraged Mel Trotter to establish a mission in the city. Trotter, a former alcoholic, had helped to found 66 other rescue missions during his lifetime. Two public meetings were held and a collection was taken. The next day, in an abandoned saloon on Superior Avenue, The City Mission opened.

Generations of men, women and children have received assistance, encouragement and loving support through programs that met both basic needs and provided the tools to build hope, overcome obstacles and achieve self-sufficiency.

In October 1910, Cleveland’s city, business and church leaders encouraged Mel Trotter to establish a mission in the city. Trotter, a former alcoholic, had helped to found 66 other rescue missions during his lifetime. Two public meetings were held and a collection was taken. The next day, in an abandoned saloon at 1135 Superior Avenue, The City Mission opened.  The first change of venue took place three years later to 1318 St. Clair Avenue NE

In 1926, a larger building was need and the Mission moved to 801 East St. Clair. Services provided at the time included a wide variety of Bible classes and Sunday School for all ages, assistance for the homeless, food baskets for the hungry, a prison ministry, and various clubs and activities for local residents.

In 1964, The City Mission relocated again to 408 West St. Clair Avenue and acquired a 267-acre camp the next year, which became Grand Valley Christian Center.

In 1981, the Mission opened Angeline Christian Home.  “A first for the city’s homeless women.” According to The Plain Dealer.

1985, saw the biggest move of our history to our current main campus at 5310 Carnegie Avenue in 1992.

From 1999-2003, The City Mission executed it’s most ambitious capital campaign, resulting in the opening of Laura’s Home – a complete facility for women and children on Cleveland’s west side – while at the same time more than doubling the donor base.

In 2005, the Mission strengthened it’s programming by implementing standardized, measurable outcomes for client progress

Today, The City Mission is a holistic ministry that exists to serve men, women and children at their point of crisis by progressing them towards stability, employment and independent housing. Our programs function to enable the at-risk, in crisis or incarcerated to live self-sufficient lives of faith, productivity, and excellence. This dynamic ministry provides essential community services such as adult education, vocational training, job readiness training, mental health counseling, youth programming, re-entry, Spiritual direction and much more

Through wars, depression, economic recession, and decades of change for the city of Cleveland, dedicated men, and women worked hard and adapted to meet the changing needs of those experiencing crisis. 

Why PSI? 

The reasons are many: 

1. Training – PSI’s methodology of training is based on dealership service environment operations. You will not only receive the technical skills needed to be successful, but also experience what it is like to work in a service department. We are looking to create today’s drivability and maintenance specialists, who can make an immediate impact in the workplace.

2. 7:30 to 1:45 Monday through Thursday – Attend school from 7:30 am to 1:45 pm, Monday through Thursday, allowing you time to work evenings and all day on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. In addition, you can spend extra time with instructors after class and on Fridays to get help and additional training. Finally, you can return home and have enough time to spend with family on occasion during schooling.

3. Size – The PSI facility and the OTC campus combined have over 800,000 total square feet of shop and training space – including nearly 207,000 square feet under one roof at PSI alone. However, despite our facility size, we do not have large class sizes. In fact, we limit our enrollment and keep the student-to-instructor ratio well under 25-to-1. This allows us to be selective as we look for those students who want this career the most and are willing to work hard to be the best.

4. Job Placement – We offer a great deal of part-time jobs to our enrolled students, and Cleveland is a city with a great motorcycle, automotive and powersport job bank. These jobs in your field are available to help put you on your path to a career and allow you to begin to network. For graduates, we offer  career placement services.

5. Apartments/Housing – At PSI, we have fully furnished apartments located nearby in residential communities with pools, fitness centers and more. You have access to food, shopping and a multitude of jobs.

6. Financial Aid – PSI is a branch campus of Ohio Technical College, which is a fully accredited college, and all of our 12-month and longer programs are eligible for federal  financial aid. From grants and scholarships to loans, you will work with trained financial aid advisers to come up with a package that meets your needs and allows you an opportunity at a career in this demanding field.

7. Dedication – At PSI, we provide a personalized touch to the education process. Here, you won’t be a number. Our dedicated instructional and administrative staff will come to know you as an individual, and we are here to help at every step along the way. These are just several of the reasons why PSI is your best choice for real-world training and why we believe in the power of education. 

Perewitz Signature Series Signs In At NYC IMS Event


Direct from the Mustang Seats News Desk.  Post by Jack McIntyre

 December 10, 2013, Three Rivers, MA — Look for Mustang to continue to take a bite out of the custom seat segment this season. After a beta testing phase this summer, Mustang Motorcycle Products LLC has pulled out all the stops rolling into the Jacob Javits Center for the International Motorcycle Show on December 13-15. As an added attraction, custom bike enthusiasts will be treated to a sneak peek at the Perewitz “Signature Series” seats at the NYC IMS event. SEE MORE

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Sturgis Buffalo Chip® Announces Return of Award-Winning Student Build Challenge™ with 2014 Street Glide

Sturgis Buffalo Chip® Announces Return of Award-Winning Student Build Challenge™ with 2014 Street Glide

Sturgis, SD (November 26, 2013) – The Sturgis Buffalo Chip is proud to announce that its ground-breaking Student Build Challenge will return in 2014. The bike build project is a collaboration between the Sturgis Buffalo Chip, Sturgis Brown High School, Black Hills Harley-Davidson®, Terry Components, Dakota V-Twin and a large group of industry-leading parts sponsors. The program provides the opportunity for Sturgis Brown High School students to learn from leading motorcycle industry professionals in order to create a one-of-a-kind custom motorcycle from a stock Harley-Davidson.

For the first time ever, the class will customize a new year model Harley Davidson—the 2014 Street Glide. Most of the custom parts installed on the bike are not yet available to consumers, allowing the build to bring them to market for the very first time. Since the students have the unique opportunity to install the custom parts before other builders, this year’s Student Build Challenge bike may be the first custom 2014 Street Glide in existence.

The Buffalo Chip created the innovative school program in 2010 as a means to promote technical education in South Dakota and provide students with expanded career opportunities in the motorcycle industry. Because the state is home to the world’s largest motorcycle rally, there is a growing number of motorcycle industry businesses that have moved to the Black Hills and are looking for experienced technicians. The Sturgis Buffalo Chip strives to assist in providing local career opportunities for students by creating a hands-on curriculum that teaches youth about motorcycle fabrication and customization.

In 2013, the Student Build Challenge participants proved that they had learned the skills to put them on par with some of the world’s best builders. They took their custom Road Glide to the renowned Donnie Smith Bike Show, where it won first place in the Full Custom Bagger Open Class and Overall Best Display. The students also took first place in the Full Custom Bagger category and won Best Custom Paint Job at the Black Hills Bike Show.

“One of the program’s major goals is to empower young adults to feel like a job in the industry is well within their reach,” says Rod Woodruff, president of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip. “I can’t think of anything more empowering than when the team takes home prestigious awards and beat out competitors who have been building bikes for years.”

In addition to increasing students’ technical knowledge, the bike build project instills important values and life lessons. Participants learn to work together as a team and see the value in taking a project from concept to completion.

Under the instruction of industry veterans, Keith Terry and Randy and Nick Cramer, Sturgis Brown High School students will learn the state-of-the-art techniques needed to customize the 2014 Street Glide. Black Hills Harley-Davidson has generously sponsored the bike for the project and some of the industry’s top manufacturers provided the world-class parts needed to customize it.

“We are thrilled to again be sponsoring the bike for this year’s Student Build Challenge,” says Terry Rymer, managing partner of Black Hills Harley-Davidson. “We’ve seen firsthand how this project can transform both a bike and a group of students for the better, and I can’t wait to watch this transformation take place again this year.”

The completed Student Build Challenge creation will be auctioned off during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in support of the Buffalo Chip’s annual Legends Ride® charity event on Aug. 4, 2014.

Follow the Student Build Challenge online at, to see photos, videos and articles updating the public on the project’s progress.

About the 2014 Student Build Challenge™

The Sturgis Buffalo Chip® continues its commitment to education and the growth of South Dakota’s motorcycle industry with its fifth annual Student Build Challenge. The program utilizes award-winning veteran custom builders, Keith Terry and Randy and Nick Cramer, to serve as instructors and mentors to students customizing a stock Harley-Davidson® motorcycle. The goal is to develop students’ skills and knowledge in a real-world experience they can use after graduation. Throughout the years, the custom creations produced in the Student Build Challenge have received much acclaim at prestigious motorcycle competitions, including winning first place in the Full Custom Bagger Open Class at the Donnie Smith Bike Show. This year’s Student Build Challenge bike will be auctioned on Aug. 4, 2014 in support of the Buffalo Chip’s Legends Ride® charity event.

The program’s participants use innovate parts donated by industry-leading businesses to build the bike of tomorrow. Special thanks to Black Hills Harley-Davidson, Terry Components, Dakota V-Twin, Arlen Ness Enterprises, Thunder Cycle Design, C.P. Carillo, Dakota Digital, Trask Performance, Howard Knight, Jacob Van Kampen, Diamond Fasteners, Vee Rubber America, Dirty Bird Concepts, Baggster, Feuling Parts, Hawg Halters, Hot Leathers, KICKER Audio, Legend Suspension and R.C. Components. 

About the Sturgis Buffalo Chip

Since 1981, the Sturgis Buffalo Chip has provided nine days of epic live music experiences and exciting activities for fans from around the globe. The family-owned and operated Sturgis Buffalo Chip® is host to the Sturgis Rally’s cornerstone event, known as the Largest Music Festival in Motorcycling™ and The Best Party Anywhere™. Concerts are free with camping. Passes grant access to music industry’s hottest stars, the Bikini Beach Swim Paradise, 25 bars, mouth-watering food and beverage vendors and thrilling exhibits. The Sturgis Buffalo Chip offers clean, well maintained facilities, private showers, cabins, RVs, paved roads and more. Outrageous events such as unforgivably hot bikini contests and jaw-dropping daredevil stunts are a few of the many daily spectacles unique to the Chip. The famed creek-fed 580-acre camping resort is located three miles east of Sturgis, SD. Now in its 33rd year, this event is one of the few remaining independent music festivals in the world. The Buffalo Chip is a festival experience like no other. More details are available at


NEWS FROM JEFF NAJAR from live from the Atlanta I.M.S. Show. Results from the IMS ULTIMATE BUILDER COMPETITION

Rich Worley of American Biker came, saw and ran the table with his custom sled. His ’78 Shovelhead took first in FreeStyle, won the IronWorks Magazine Editor’s Choice Award and the People’s Choice Award.  From ‘Busas to Harleys, high-end custom paint was the theme of the show. Enthusiasts were treated with some of the most outstanding designs and creativity seen on the circuit.

Ultimate Builder FreeStyle Class

Rich Worley of American Biker took the premier class at the Atlanta Edition of the Ultimate Builder with his custom Steampunk Shovel. It’s a 2012 custom with a 1978 Shovelhead. Paint by Chirs Minichiello. It features a circuit breaker ignition, flame thrower exhaust and brass accented parts. Engine upgrades include Delcron cases with dual plug heads, port and polish.

  1. Rich Worley, American Biker – Steampunk Shovel, 2012 Custom
  2. Chris Garrison,  CG Customs – Animal, ’02 Sportster
  3. Greg Wingo, Unknown Customs –’04 Harley Road King

Ultimate Builder MOD Harley ClassThe 2003 W. T. Customs-built Harley Night Train called El Fuego took top honors in the MOD Harley Class. The competition was stiff with last year’s winner, Michael Lewis of Violent Choppers, missing 1st place by a point.

Paint on El Fuego was administered by Chris Garrision of CG Customs. The sled features a 1550cc mil, swingarm upgrade and Springer front end. Additional fabrication was with gas and oil tank.

  1. Chris Garrison,  CG Customs – El Fuego, ’03 Harley Night Train
  2. Michael Lewis, Violent Choppers – Shovel Head, ’71 FX Harley-Davidson
  3. Andrea + Kevin Clouse – Bling Bling, ’11 Sporty

Ultimate Builder Retro MOD ClassBrad Powell of BradBikes rolled in his Norton Streetracker early on Saturday morning for the Ultimate Builder competition. His top competitors included a Triumph chopper and a sano XS-650 café racer.   When the dust settled his custom-built Norton took home the gold with one point to spare.                               

  1. Brad Powell, Bradsbikes – Norton Streetracker, ’72 Commando
  2. Mark Webster, MW Performance – ’77 Yamaha XS-650
  3. Zane + Sean Cullerton, WT Customs – Black Beast, ’64 Triumph

Ultimate Builder Performance Custom  ClassPaint was on display with Uptown Grafx taking 1st in Performance Custom class and MOD Street class with bikes that featured high-end mural work. Michael Demby of Uptown Grafx brought  God of War, a 2003 Hayabusa. It features a 7” tablet, sound system, GPS in left side mirror and a rear camera sync to the right side mirror.  The 240 rear tire and  stretched swingarm rounds out the mods.

  1. Michael Demby, Uptown Grafx – God of War, ’03 Hayabusa
  2. Kyle Shorey, Shadetree Fabrications – Speedmetal. ’12 Shadetree Custom
  3. Mark Garwood, Garwood Customs – Apocalypse, ’04 Hayabusa

Ultimate Builder MOD Street ClassWhen Tyler Hughley rolled his 2010 Can-Am Spyder into the Atlanta hall, he  provided the Ultimate Builder with their first Can-Am in their national competition. And  first time was the charm as his 3-wheel sled took the 1st in the MOD Street class competition.  It features a full airride suspension and killer paint by Uptown Grafx.

  1. Tyler Hughley – Dark Knight, ’10 Can-AM Spyder
  2. Mark Webster, MW Performance – Sweet Tracker, 1973 Yamaha TX650
  3. Steve Studstill, Bikers Dream – Indian Born, Indian Chief

SHO DOG AwardMicheal Demby of Uptown Grafx

Steve Studstill of Biker’s Dream

People’s Choice Award

Rich Worley of American Biker

IronWorks Editor’s Choice Award

Rich Worley of American Biker

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While at the Harley Davidson 110th earlier this year in Milwaukee working with the crew at Bikerpros Media, I had the good fortune of being in front of a huge group of wonderful custom motorcycles. One of them was a 2001 HD Road King of which was customized by RoysToys Customs of Centennial, Colorado. Below the article, check out the images. (720) 624-6016 (website coming) SEE MORE ON THE IRON WORKS BLOG, CLICK HERE




The 2014 Brough Superior SS100 Mark Upham has been dropping hints about a ‘new new’ machine in the Brough Superior stable, being built and assembled by Boxer Design in Toulouse, France, with help from the team at Aquila Design in England. The bike was unveiled today at the EICMA show in Milan.  Upham says ‘We’ve spent 4M euros on the design of a totally new engine, and have been in talks with Prime Minister of Britain for possible support of what we see as a major project.  Our goal is to be the #2 motorcycle manufacturer in Britain.  Our price range will be under 100k euros, and we expect to build perhaps 20 per year of these totally bespoke machines’.

The new SS100 takes cues from the 1926 ‘Pendine’ SS100 competition model, with metal straps securing the familiar bulbous Brough fuel tank, the twin tubular exhausts (called ‘carbjectors’ on the 20s machine), the big, powerful V-twin engine (thank God it’s not an S&S…), the unusual forks with echo the ‘Castles’ of the big Brough, and even the small windscreen.  The headlamp has a bezel ring with increases the visual diameter, etc.  Mark Upham has set himself a difficult task, the ultimate Vintage machine follow-up, and I feared the worst when I heard he was proceeding on this project…so much could go catastrophically wrong when playing with history!  There’s much to commend in the new design, it is definitely not a failure nor a horror, and I’m intrigued about the on-the-road performance.  The 90degree engine, as we know from Ducati, is naturally very smooth, and the front end looks unusual, but BMW has proven a modern ‘girder’ fork can be exceptional.  As more photos are released, I’ll add them to this post.Brough-Superior-Top

Specifications of the new machine are as follows:

Engine – 88degree V-twin DOHC 4-Valve, water and oil cooled, 997cc, 100hp@10krpm, 11:1 compression, 125Nm torque @ 8krpm.
Dimensions – Wheelbase 1550mm (61″), steering angle 24.6deg, trail 96.7mm (3.8″), 18″ aluminum 18-spoke wheels, dry weight 180kb (395lb).
Chassis – Steel and titanium trellis tube frame, Fior double wishbone front forks, Ohlins Shocks front and rear, front brake 4D ceramic Beringer double discs, rear brake single aluminum/ceramic composite.  READ EVEN MORE

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Bean’re and the Drop Seat Bagger “chopped, dropped, deconstructed and reconstructed…”

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Bean’re and the Drop Seat Bagger  ……“chopped, dropped, deconstructed and reconstructed…”
Gilroy, Ca. – As many of you know by now, the flagship product of Bagger Werx is the Drop Seat Kit as seen below.
Of course, any manufacturer is going to tell you their stuff is the best. Like many others, we thoroughly test our products and manufacture them with the best available material and workmanship.
However, that is where the similarity ends. The Bagger Werx 3.5″ Drop Seat For Harley-Davidson Touring Models is the only Drop Seat Kit on the market that works with California Canister motorcycles. Plus, it is the only Drop Seat Kit that works with ABS and non-ABS models and does not require the ABS brake line to be disconnected and brake system to be bleed and/or the use of the Digital Technician 11.
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What is even better is that it is the ONLY Drop Seat Kit used by well known and beloved motorcycling nomad, Bean’re! 
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No matter how much testing a manufacturer does, the rubber meets the road in the real world application of the product. We couldn’t think of a better guy to try our kit than a man who rides the amount or in the conditions that Bean’re rides everyday……..and he wrenches his own bike.
When we caught up to Bean’re after Sturgis, he had this to say about our kit…….
“I made my own drop seat on my last bike and loved how it rode however it was lacking the professional appearance and engineering. The Bagger Werx drop seat kit has it ALL and even comes with a cool Corbin seat. I also think their side covers are the coolest ones being made by anyone!”
Bean’re continues to say ” In a day and age when everyone claims their part is a ” bolt on” and you end up having to be a machinist and a fabricator, I wasn’t sure what to expect with the Bagger Werx kit. Much to my satisfaction, it was a pleasure using the Bagger Werx Drop Seat kit. Everything bolted right on and works perfectly.”
When a guy that rides an average of 50K + miles per year says the stuff works, how can anyone dispute the facts.
The bike started life as a bone stock bagger……
“Stock, it is a great bike and it would serve well if transportation was all I was looking for but riding to me is about making a statement too. It doesn’t matter if I am riding coast to coast or down to the local 7-11, I want to stand out and let it be known that, “this ain’t your grandfather’s Oldsmobile!” Said Bean’re.
To read the entire story of the bike Bean’re built, follow the link below: 
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If you have never been, you must try to attend an Indian Larry Block Party. Still pushing onward in Brooklyn, the spirit of Indian Larry has never faded, its as string today as it has ever been and the images below show just that. Attended by both the adoring public & industry magazines editors alike, it was a day of great food, music, artistic painting, oh and motorcycles.   SEE MORE