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Bike Builds


ULTIMATE FXR BUILD--from Bennett's Performance, Part 2

Close to Paint, Final Mods

By Bandit with photos by Frank Jr.
A Southern California show, Born Free, is just six weeks away and there is a very special aspect to this show, the FXR competition. Eric Bennett is busting his ass to build the ultimate FXR (Twin Cam) for this show and the Hamster FXR Show in Sturgis this year. He's close to going to paint.
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THE CHOPPER OF CHOPPERS FOR SALE

Owned by the Master of Metal Mayhem During the Day and Built by the Greats

By KR Ball
This bike represents an upbeat era when choppers were Kings and the Discovery Channel made it so.
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ULTIMATE FXR BUILD from Bennett’s Performance

Mating the S&S Twin Cam with the Famous Evo FXR

By Bandit with photos by Wrench
Eric couldn’t sit still, and wanted to address an FXR with a Moto-FXR formula. FXRs have a better, more flexible seating position over a Dyna. They afford a rider more flexibility, the tried and true touring rubber-mount system, a lighter chassis, and an enhanced center of gravity. Hang on for this build on Bikernet.
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The Amazing SHRUNKEN FXR Updated

Under the Tutelage of the Magnificent ARCH

By Buster Cates, Engineering Assistant, ARCH Motorcycles
I decided it was time to update the look of the bike as well as do some fine-tuning of a few mechanical items that I wanted to switch up a bit.
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Bikernet Project: Widowmaker Charity Build, Part 4

Final Assembly of the Star Scoot

By Jeffery Najar and Mike Allen
Bikernet brings you back to the Widowmaker Custom Design & Repair shop for final assembly of our bike. Everything has come back from paint, powder coat, etc. Now comes the patience part of our build, reassembly. At this point you need to have a plan of attack. Hopefully you took note of how you removed certain items so that your assembly is smooth without and scratches. Let us get started.
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Bikernet Project: Charity Bike, Widowmaker Style

Chopper Build!-Widowmaker Style

by Mike Allen, Bahama
The Widowmaker crew is ready to do everything from rebuilding the top end of your old Sportster, fabricating a set of head turning handlebars, or adding class to your fresh-off- the-showroom floor Milwaukee Iron, by installing Hank’s custom two-into-one pipes. Then giving her the iconic Widowmaker designed and fabricated intake so she can breathe 15 horses faster. Your ride isn’t made-in-the-USA?...
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The Grand Emperor of the Arch-Part 1

How a Motorcycle Company Found Its Way

By K.R. Ball with photos by Markus Cuff, plus a couple of crappy photos by the Bandit
Unlike many custom builders, Gard is taking what is generally an annual creative expression for the likes of Arlen Ness, Dave Perewitz, or Roger Goldammer, and mixing two-wheeled art with form, function, performance, technology, and pure guts.
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5- Ball Bagger Project Bike -- A High Speed wobble leads to a new concept

Paughco delivers the goods!

By Krash Kranzler
After a high speed wobble caused me to wreck the Bikernet Baggers Project bike, I spent the next few months looking for a cause and solution to the high speed wobbles that Harley - Davidson Touring chassis's are known for
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