I wanted a project that I could have fun with and relax while working on it. A way of keeping my mind focused on the good and not the bad. It’s been a stress relief from the daily grind that we all face. Building motorcycles has a way of calming and relaxing me. There’s just something about being in the garage and working on something that brings a peace. I like to see how the final build turns out.
I have always wanted a bobber style motorcycle. I have built many old style cars/trucks and love the older style era vehicles. The bobber style takes me to that older generation. I was determined to make this build happen and with the support of my family and friends, I have been able to complete it. We have all been excited to see the final build.
I would have to say the paint. It’s candy green with green flake. Also, I was able to incorporate the older style feel by using a 29 Ford tail light and turn signals.
The total finished product and what it stands for. It was built in my home garage, with my own tools. I was able to have friends and family come over to hang out and give suggestions.
They absolutely love it! Every time I ride I’m getting thumbs up from other riders/builders. People stop and ask questions about it because it’s a unique color and style. The kids reactions to the bike is the best part. I love inspiring the younger generations to build something they love no matter what it is. They are the ones that will keep the motorcycle culture growing for years to come.