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|09-30-2015, 10:00 PM||#1|
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Cruiser Custom: Kawasaki Vulcan S
When Kawasaki proposed the idea of doing a custom Vulcan S, we immediately knew we wanted to be a part of the project. After talking with them for a while about the limitations of the project (virtually none) we started to thinking about the direction of the build and the fabricators that we would like to get involved.
Motorcycle Cruiser is based out of lovely Southern California, which puts us right in the heart of custom motorcycle culture, and within arms reach of many awesome fabricators. None of whom fit the direction we sought to go quite so well as the familial building team from Long Beach: Suicide Machine Co.. Brothers Aaron and Shaun Guardado both build and race flat track machines out of their shop, but there is not much that they can't do. The skilled duo has tackled a vast array of projects, all tied together by their token aesthetic that puts performance first.
We can't give away too much about what we are planning to do with this bike, but know that it will have a completely different silhouette which wouldn't feel too out of place on a certain type of race track.
Check out the video below of their Hot Bike Speed and Strength build to get an idea of the sort of thing they do.
For more information on Suicide Machine, visit their website SuicideMachineCompany.com
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