Tony: A Chopper Profile


Built in 2003, Tony runs on a 113-cubic-inch El Bruto engine. See more motorcycle pictures.

Ten-inch-over Spyke inverted forks set at a 46-degree rake give a radical appearance without sacrificing cornering ability. A swingarm rear suspension keeps the bumps at bay. Wheels made in a cooperative effort between Pro-Street and Frameworks extend their three-spoke design to the brake-disc hubs; in back, the disc sits inboard of the drive-belt pulley.

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A 113-cubic-inch engine by El Bruto is accented with pieces by S&S and Midwest Choppers, with exhaust exiting through a pair of Yaffe Crack Pipes. The Candy Red paint is highlighted by subtle flame graphics that are hard to see in these photos; the allure of Tony, however, is not.

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Tony Chopper Pictures

Most choppers use primary (engine to transmission) belt drive; the belt doesn't require lubrication as would a chain, which eliminates oil drips. It also just looks cool.
Most choppers use primary (engine to transmission) belt drive; the belt doesn't require lubrication as would a chain, which eliminates oil drips. It also just looks cool.

The custom motorcycle Tony has a spare, clean design that looks great and runs just as well. See below for pictures and details of this classy bike.

Yaffe Crack Pipes dress up Tony's 113-cubic-inch El Bruto V-twin.
Yaffe Crack Pipes dress up Tony's 113-cubic-inch El Bruto V-twin.
The subtle paintwork also contributes to Tony's simple, clean look. Note the spiral fuel cap.
The subtle paintwork also contributes to Tony's simple, clean look. Note the spiral fuel cap.

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