It was a charity raffle that prompted the construction of this colorful Pro Street machine named Custom Chop Cycles Pro Street. Built by Custom Shop Cycles, purveyors of high-end, high-performance bikes, it was no doubt appreciated by both the raffle winner and the charity.
The starting point was a Pro-One frame with unusual four-link rear suspension. All bodywork was handcrafted by John Wargo at Custom Shop Cycles, who is well-known for his ability to bend metal into complex shapes. John also applied the paintwork, with its striking flames and subtle images. Turbine-brand wheels roll at both ends, the rear being a solid disc. A 113-cubic-inch Ultima engine moves the colorful beast along, with its Sampson Boneshaker exhaust ensuring it doesn't go by unnoticed.
Construction took the better part of two months, but in the end, there were really three winners: the holder of the lucky ticket, the chosen charity, and the reputation of Custom Shop Cycles.
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