To make a custom-bike can be a living hell for customizer as in the creative process. He constantly has to make a choice, and this choice is often very difficult. For example, selecting an exhaust and its location, the tire choice, the choice of colors, saddles, etc… If customizer starts thinking about what he does, with a non-professional point of view, it will eat it from the inside. Master should not doubt, and it can take the simplest solution, which would exclude any error. And then the end result will make him proud of his work. For example, the last project Rudy Banny of “Tattoo Projects”. The work is extremely simple, but at the same time it is very cool.
Rudy bought a motorcycle BSA Lightning six years ago. Initially, the bike was restored guys “Quality Custom Cycles”, so Benny left some ideas QCC, but much altered to your taste, resulting in a truly mighty bike.
Tattoo Project’s 1970 BSA Lightning Details:
• Exhaust pipes Wassell, thermal tape
• Triumph front fork
• Headlight King Bee
• Maximum ease body, cleaned plastic
• Custom battery mount
• Wiring done pretty rough, but it is conceived, specifically removed side cover
• saddle NitroHeads
• Old school lamp, installed under the tail
• Pendulum lengthened by 90 mm
• Ohlins shock absorbers
• And many other small items