Archive | February, 2010

’75 xs 650 street tracker

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xs 650 street tracker Cycle Sports Ltds of Houston

We are still in the process of building this bike, about 4 months into it now. Its a ’75 Frame with a Yamaha Radian Swingarm, ’77 engine, ’81 front suspension. Stock front hubs on both wheels with a custom made Sprocket adaptor on the rear. Has a Harley Sportster headlight, Ninja 250 foot controls and custom LED turn signals and tail/brake lights. Continue Reading →

Getting closer…. 78 xs650 chopper

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Hardtail installed, 1932 ford taillight solo seat oil bag made from a fire extinguisher… (electronic box) home made batt box, headlight mount… what do you think? Ordering a 750 kit from Mikes tonight and all the gaskets and some new cam chain guides…. Continue Reading →

“2nd Chance” by Cannonball Custom Cycles

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This bike was in pretty bad shape when I bought it. The guy I bought it from was trying to build it and gave up. Good thing he did because it was looking pretty sketchy. I fixed the frame up and started re building everything. I added a 21 front wheel and a 18 rear, wrapped them with some new tires. Used the front stock fender for the rear, built up some mid controls and new handlebars, shaved the mounts off the fork. Continue Reading →

“Black Mamba” by Cannonball Custom Cycles

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The Black Mamba

The Black Mamba was found at a impound yard in Sacramento by my friend John. It had some pretty questionable wiring including a toggle switches from a oven, now thats custom.
He brought the bike to the shop and I got to work, striping it down to just the frame and removing all unwanted tabs and brackets. Continue Reading →

Mark Bobber Project

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Bought this bike for 100 bucks, in sat in my garage for 4 yrs..only been working on it in my spare time for a year…almost there only have a few small things to change… Continue Reading →

Old School XS650

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1980 XS650 with Old school Military Feel. Lowered and stretched…with a 105mm Shell that houses all the wires….fun…absolute XS650 passion. Continue Reading →