xs angel


A friend of mine had this bike and lost interest in the project, the bike sat in the back of his house for more than 6 months.  I asked when he was going to finish the project he said to me I could have it. I gave him 600 dollars and I went to go get the bike the same night.


I didn’t like what he had done , so I trash it and started over. I welded a  rigid tail, I also custom cut a back fender and installed Harley use parts that I found.


I had a vision  of an old school bike with  pipes coming up, my niece die this year she was 23 and I want to give her  a little homage so I had engrave her  name to the engine.


I did all the fabrication bondo sand paint electric. I am very proud of it and I hope you like too.

Thanks tony


  1. max says:

    great work!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. sean from boston says:

    bike looks great, before I read the post i saw the bike and said to myself God damn old school… and well i guess that was what you were going for GREAT JOB!

  3. Tebo says:

    Tony, my condolences for your niece. God must have needed another pretty girl. Too young, but it’s His plan, not ours. She would’ve dug your bike, and the homeage. Be proud of it, and her. She’s riding with you every time.

  4. cooter says:

    Very Nice Tony, Love the work you did on the scoot!! Your niece would be very proud!! What a great way to honor her!! Kudos to you!!


  5. Joshua Rasmussen says:

    Very nice.love the ftails

  6. Uncle Bear says:

    Excellent bike. Ride on Angel!

  7. rusty says:

    Looks like a fun ride and it turned out great.

  8. Wooley says:

    Looks great and I always digg fishtail upswepts. Bad assed

  9. Davis says:

    Dude, where’d you get those pipes? Not to be a thief, but I’ve been searching eGay and every other 650 site I can find trying to find something like that. Kudos!

  10. norm younger says:

    Great bike.