When it was founded in 1993, Bourget’s Bike Works was an serious innovator in the world of choppers thanks to Roger Bourget, who founded the company with his wife. In 2005, the couple split, and in 2009, Roger opened up a new shop with his new wife. Here’s one of the bikes created during the heyday of Bourget’s Bike Works.
Choppahead Kustoms – 1957 Triumph CustomView Post
Spirit II – 1979 Yamaha XS750 CustomView Post
In England – 1979 Honda CB650Z CustomView Post
1946 Harley-Davidson UL CustomView Post
“The Elegant Ride” – 1975 Honda CB750 CustomView Post
Quail Gathering Winner – 1949 Indian Scout CustomView Post
Post-Listing Update: This interesting contraption did not get any love at the $25k BIN offer. A motorcycle with a boxer six cylinder engine should make you think of the new Goldwing. But here’s a bike that’s been built around the engine from a ’69 Chevrolet Corvair.
Built by Jeff Veraldi, this custom BMW K100 cafe racer looks great and served as a bit of therapy for him – unfortunately he burst a vertebrae in an off-road truck race and almost was paralyzed during the build. Finishing this bike became part of his “physical, occupational, and mental therapy”.
I’ve featured plenty of XLCR’s in the past, as I find them to be such an interesting departure from what one would normally expect from Harley. Here’s one that’s been customized with an aluminum tank, aftermarket shocks, and more. The bike (VIN: (VIN: 3A21911H9)has a bit over 10,000 miles and unfortunately the listing does not come with much information. Do …
When reader Jim R. sent this to me, he was succinct with his words: “What the hell happened?”. You tell me.
CB Chopper – 1970 Honda CB750F CustomView Post
Built by Stile Italiano, this “Norton 750 RR” was featured on the cover of the April 2015 issue of Classic Bike Guide and has lots of Dunstall parts to complement a few one-off pieces.
30″ Hubless – 2006 Harley-Davidson Road King CustomView Post
If you’re a Bike-urious regular, you’re well-versed on what made the R90S so special. That’s also why I’m curious to hear if you love or hate this custom build by Boxer Metal.