AZ Cafe By Cannonball Custom Cycles

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This Bike was built for Travis in Scottsdale AZ. He told me he wanted lots of black, with raw metal tank and rear section and for the bike to have a Mad Max look.

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I started by powder coating the wheels black and wrapping them in some new tires. Went flat black on the frame, fork legs and most of the motor.

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I tried to make it look as bare bones as possible, leaving nothing under the seat. I made the rear section out of 20 gauge steel and hid all the wiring and battery under there, then I cut out the tank sides and dished them out for the cafe look. Then I put a 7 inch headlight and some clip on bars to finish off the front end and had the seat wrapped in some black and ox blood leather.

I think this is one of my favorite XS’s I have built so far. Hope you like it too, I know Travis does.

Ryan Schuppert

Comments

  1. fanoboss says:

    COOL AZZ SHOES !!!!!! Checkerboard tank and rear fender painted only black with raw metal would be sooooo cool. LOL Nice Bike

  2. patrix says:

    YOU did a really nice job on your tail piece and seat setup…..which is enhanced nicely by the continuation of “RAW METAL” into the gas tank! A sassy looking build!!

  3. tadd442 says:

    SHARP!…..very sharp!

  4. Sean from boston says:

    I’ve got to say I’m not always a fan of this style but this ones a winner good job!

  5. Rusty Nutz says:

    Those shoes are untold. I have GOT to get a pair.

  6. hooversama says:

    I’m rather confused with the no sleeves/winter hat look.

    The bike looks cool!

  7. fanoboss says:

    u have good taste in style is the general concensus of most who posted… VAN’s checkerboard ? LOL

  8. cannonball says:

    Thanks for all the positive comments, The guy on the bike is Travis who I built the bike for.

  9. 3Deuce27 says:

    Cafe and Board racer in a lean concept. Kudos!

  10. john says:

    Whew, that is one nasty lookin’ little scoot. And if that’s Travis in the pic, he looks right at home, in a post-apocolyptic kinda way. Well done, Ryan.