Paul Yaffe Originals -
If you think you know Yaffe's style you're probably wrong. Apparently Paul's
style is whatever mood he's in that day. From long choppers, to bobbers, to Pro
Street style motorcycles, Paul has done and mastered them all. You are just as apt to
find a motorcycle you hate as much as one you love.
Perewitz Cycle Fabrication -
Seen by many for the first time on Biker Build-off, Dave Perewitz was already
a well respected individual in the custom motorcycle building world. He like to call
his motorcycles "Art in Motion" and does some incredible work On Harleys as well as
ground up builds. Numerous articles have been written in biker mags.
Pitbull Motorcycles -
If Orlando FL is not too far away and you're in the market for a stretched
out wide tire custom motorcycle, this is the place. While other shops have jumped on
the bobber band wagon, Pitbull seems to have remained true to what it knows
best. They basically do 2 motorcycles: a dropseat softail and a dropseat hardtail,
both with a chopper version that has an 8" up stretch.
Poole's Pro Built Custom Cycles -
Steve Poole builds custom motorcycles. That' about all I can tell you, because
other than some links to some articles he's mentioned in there really is not
much info on the site as to what it is he does exactly.
Poverty Flatts Cycle & Parts -
We build our frames from scratch for
Harley and Metric we listen to what you want and set it up to fit you . we can
make custom one off parts for your motorcycle . We are a Mid - USA motorcycle parts
dealer our on line store will ship straight to you . Frames For Harley and
Metric , Engines, Chrome , Tanks , Electrical , Transmissions , Brakes , Lights,
Pyrotec builds complete custom motorcycles
and modified Harley custom motorcycles. They have their own in house painter and the
motorcycles look nice. Also a line of in house parts is available to purchase online.
Custom builds are generally very traditional chopper style motorcycles but with an
attention to detail. The paint work is simple yet stylish and each motorcycle seems to
have some unique features all it's own. Definitely not a "cookie cutter"