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No.5

No.5


This project began in October 2010. For about a year Stéphane Langlois (aka The Lawyer) happily rolled on his beautiful 2009 Harley-Davidson Screaming Eagle Roadglide but like many other bikers he wanted to make his bike different from the others for the following riding season. He was ready to customize it, make it something out of the ordinary. That’s when he contacted me, Goone at Goone Cycles in Alfred, Ontario.

The Lawyer was undecided. He hesitated between swapping his bike for a brand new Screaming Eagle FLHX or completely rebuilding the Roadglide. I explained to him that he could very well buy a new bike but the end result would be the same – he would no doubt see other bikes identical to his. I suggested that the best thing he could do was to sell his Roadglide and modify a slightly accidented Harley. Yet to no avail, The Lawyer decided to keep his bike and modify it.

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Cobwebbed

Cobwebbed


Most people wouldn’t think to take a 900 km round trip as their first initial shake down ride on a freshly built rigid chopper, but that’s exactly how life began with this little number. Well… sort of. Life really began when it rolled off the assembly line as a stock ‘91 883 Sportster. When it arrived on our doorstep this past winter, it had been desecrated with over a decade and a half’s worth of lame bolt-on accessories, and a sorry attempt to make it something it wasn’t. We had the task of making things right.

 

 

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Contradiction

Contradiction


The dream of owning a nice bike started when I saw The Fonz on Happy Days. I was about seven years old. I thought he was the coolest because he got all the girls and the guys wanted to be friends with him. However my parents were always against bikes and even though I’m the youngest of six, a bike was one of the things I couldn’t get away with! Mom said no bikes ! Dad agreed. So cars it was !

My big brother Serge always had a “toy” of some sort and his enthusiasm spilled off on me. Besides I was always helping him as much as I could (or as much as he’d let me !). He took me to my first drag race when I was about 6. As you can see I’ve been “exposed” to cars at a very young age to say the least, not to mention that sometimes my sisters dated guys with cool cars.

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Devilution

Devilution


Well it was definitely one of our longer builds from start to finish, but she’s finally done. We spec’d out and ordered Bryce’s frame from Maximum Metalworks about three years ago based on some of the ideas he had for his bobber’s profile. We kicked around the idea of making her a rigid but the shitbird roads on the flatlands around here kinda’ forced the decision to go softail. This wasn’t going to be a bar hopper or a trailer queen so we opted for some comfort over sore kidneys and the pissing of blood that a rigid would bring.

 

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