Archive | May, 2009

77 refurbished



Write about your XS650.: This started as an already complete hardtailed bobber. This was the Reefkeeper bobber that i just couldnt keep my hands off of. The bike had a 4″stretch which i cut down to stock length. Continue Reading →

GRC Brass XS




This bike was originally built for a customer Jason Bell, but he shortly became a good friend.
He is very happy and so are we, cant wait to take it to the Smoke-out in a couple days. This bike is number 8 from our shop, it took roughly two months to build most of which was waiting to get it back from the powder coat shop, here in Jacksonville.
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Want more XS650 Chopp’s to drool over?


Help spread the word.

There was a little spike in traffic last time I tried this; so, why not try it again.

It take 60 seconds!

Help spread the word and get more XS650 pic’s to enjoy. Know anyone with a 650 that hasn’t gotten around to sending in pics to the site. Take a minute and send them a quick message.

  • Just click on any post and at the bottom click on the share and bookmark this button.


  • A drop-down menu will appear. Click on the send e-mail icon.
  • Then just fill out a quick form and it send.


  • It’s a super quick way to help spread the message and get some more XS650 Chopp’s coming in.
  • So please take a minute and send a quick message to one of your bro’s. Don’t wait for others to do it, take some initiative and help grow the site.


Hear are several posts to check out.

Frankenstien XS650 pulled out of the local grave yard.
Hi, my name is Josh, I work at G&L Choppers and this is my personal XS650 chopper.
Yet another radical xs650 by the Ardcore chopper crew..
3 Times A Charm…. This xs 650 started out at a swap meet, on a trailer that I scored for $300!
Sky Perry sent in some updated pictures of his xs650 Dropseat Air-ride Chopper.
Proud owner of a beautiful Yamaha XS650!

    Nihil Sine Labore



    Write about your XS650.: My Dream Maschine… purchased in parts,

    Up to the last screw itself apart and assembled In operation since 2.5 years Continue Reading →

    Metalhead’s brat to be (the ol’ ladies bike)



    Write about your XS650.: I  picked this bike up, 100% stock, but in boxes, in return for doing a hardtail on a guy’s frame. coming along nicely, so far. I’ve seen alot of bratstyle bikes using new tubes for the seat rails, but halfway thru doing the frame, I got the idea to re-use the rear seat loop as the seat rails/fender mount. I haven’t gotten pics with the fender on yet, but for all ya’ll guy’s trying to build a similar bratstyle, this works GREAT. Even used the stock rear fender (trimmed) on the stock mounts. looks killer.

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    Write about your XS650.: Vacationing in Daytona Beach, FL last week I turned to my wife and said “hey lets check out some bikes while we are here”. I have been promising her a Bike every since she gave birth to our daughter. She wanted a Metric bike, and she wanted something low enough to the ground and light enough to through around a bit.. Well as luck would have it I stumbled upon this here XS 650…

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