Post-Listing Update: As you probably expected, this bike got no action at the BIN of $125k. Built in 2011 by Paul Jr. Designs, this custom cruiser was commissioned by FIST (Fingerprint Identification Systems Technology) for an episode of American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior as a showcase of their technology that replaces the ignition of a bike with a fingerprint scanner.
Post-Listing Update: This Church of Choppers FXR was relisted several times, eventually with bidding getting up to $14,100 but the reserve still was not met. Built by Jeff Wright of Church of Choppers, this incredible FXR was featured at the 2014 Brooklyn Invitational.
Built by Walt Siegl, this 60ci Sportster has been converted into the MotoBe XLX, a bike with completely handcrafted bodywork and some upgrades like Progressive springs and Magura controls. This was a commissioned bike where Walt “tried to make a small cafe bike that was a visual marriage of the British and Italian styles.”
I was made aware of this fantastic bike by Frank Charriaut of the Mot’Art Journal – check this link out for his write-up on it.
Not sure what to say about this bike – but I’ll give it a shot. This is the Aristocad, a custom build from Putsch Racing, built as an homage to a character/story they made up about an assassination attempt of key members of the Nazi party. It’s all a little odd, but the bike sure is interesting – especially the …
The seller freely admits that this bike is not for everyone, but it sure is…interesting. Originally a Buell XB9, this has had some custom work to look something like a Mad Max bike with a twisted girder front end, cheese grater exhaust, and plenty of copper sheet metal. Buying it is one thing, but would you ride it?