Sinister has gone nuts...

  • Help support Chopped Baggers :

dumpster0621

Well-Known Member
Messages
110
Location
Raleigh, NC
I am assuming this will be debuting at the Big Bagger Show in Sturgis.....that's some thinkin outside the box.
 

Attachments

  • ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353677_022983.jpg
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353677_022983.jpg
    30 KB · Views: 488
  • ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353535_793440.jpg
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353535_793440.jpg
    31.7 KB · Views: 510
  • ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353547_152992.jpg
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353547_152992.jpg
    22.3 KB · Views: 494
  • ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353559_417669.jpg
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353559_417669.jpg
    31.3 KB · Views: 486
  • ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353574_018397.jpg
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353574_018397.jpg
    29.4 KB · Views: 487
T

Thomason Performance

Guest
Do they work in steel at his shop? I saw the fairing on facebook glassed up, so I'm assuming all his work is in fiberglass to start with. Not knocking it, just curious. He has great vision, and in my opinion has been a leading factor in reviving the motorcycle industry. Now if I could just get him to start using my wheels...
 

vrog

One of THE 150!
Messages
786
Location
Rhode Island
Do they work in steel at his shop? I saw the fairing on facebook glassed up, so I'm assuming all his work is in fiberglass to start with. Not knocking it, just curious. He has great vision, and in my opinion has been a leading factor in reviving the motorcycle industry. Now if I could just get him to start using my wheels...

I admire the thought, work and time it takes to build such a bike. I couldnt agree more though on the wheel. That wheel does not belong on that bike. That wheel has been around waaaaay to long to be on such a crazy one off build like that.
 

dumpster0621

Well-Known Member
Messages
110
Location
Raleigh, NC
Here are some more
 

Attachments

  • ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353655_409152.jpg
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353655_409152.jpg
    33.1 KB · Views: 463
  • ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353600_561630.jpg
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353600_561630.jpg
    20.8 KB · Views: 465
  • ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353641_565915.jpg
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1343353641_565915.jpg
    19.4 KB · Views: 460

Deeganstata

Vendor
Messages
832
I hope the fender clears the trailer door on the way out. It's cool how he put bags on chopper. Looks like occ going to win this year
 

OutlawBagger

Vendor
Messages
3,000
Location
Bowling Green, KY
I hope the fender clears the trailer door on the way out. It's cool how he put bags on chopper. Looks like occ going to win this year

Can you say air ride? Something that low has to have it. If you think about it with chopping and raking the neck on a bagger. Isn't that what choppers do too?


Tap dat ass.
 

stupid_rope

Resident JerkFade
Messages
849
Location
Hampton, VA
lots of work there, thats for sure. i like what he does as it is good for the industry. i've been following the build on fb, and there is a lot of small detail work. tons of etching
 

FSTBGR

Well-Known Member
Messages
682
Location
Las Vegas
Are we riding bikes or space ships.....its getting to the OCC level of to much....jmo

Sent from my SGH-T989 using Tapatalk 2
 

Gary H.

One of THE 150!
Messages
1,093
Location
St. Louis, MO.
Are we riding bikes or space ships.....its getting to the OCC level of to much....jmo

In my opinion, it's a necessity to see improvement. Take this one for example, I think the front fairing is hideous! But, just as muich as I dislike the front end, the back end is that good. Its about not being like everyone else. All the big bike shops build stretched baggers. Many of them use purchased materials and bolt them on. Some get creative and make industry altering changes. Some make total flops! Not everyone likes the same thing. I don't think I could vote for that bike for bagger of the year. I think I could safely do so for the ass end though! I love it!
 

HawgSwag26

Site Supporter
Messages
836
Location
Tampa, FL
I personally am a big fan of sinister and they are probably the main reason I got into baggers. Their Dirty Money bike just had me amazed when I saw a youtube vid years ago and I could only wish to have one of their bikes. Now my bike is about to be laced with their stuff so I like the fact that its far out. I think its bad ass but of course its not going to be for everyone but much respect to the creativity that went into this build.
 

Latest posts

Top