In order to be able to keep a semi-clean handlebar and still be able to run a disk brake I used a leftover master cylinder which I hid behind the headlight. Here the fabricated bracket combines the support of the master cylinder and the headlight...should work! and makes things pretty easier to run my homemade bunny ear handlebars (not shown on the pictures). Sissybar fabrication is done too, need a chromer!!
This year I have been ahead with winter checks of my bikes, leaving plenty of time to start a new project before spring. Unlike my usual this winter I will not assign myself to old iron. I found a ‘96 Sportster EVO on which I will let off steam. I have always wanted to do a motorcycle from scratch based on a Sportster ... I like Sportsters! My friend Nick sent me these pictures he took without my knowledge… F..k I am old!! Hehehe!!
Robert which is one of the best motorcycle rider I have ever met, got hit by some jerk playing with his cell phone while driving his stupid car! If you want To help Robert and his family you can donate : http://www.gofundme.com/hue2bo
Jean-Claude (JC) which is the owner of School Bar Atelier had open house. I couldn't miss this one. JC and his brothers are running one of the french Boozefighters MC Chapters. Those guys are really cool and JC is a awesome and long time bike builder in France. This place is a Harley junkyard, permanent swap meet, Bar, fun place, Antiques, chopper/bobber building weirdos...and for those of you who are collectors, JC has a huge collection of vinyl discs specializing in biker movies sound tracks, which he trades. Check him out!