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RSD Softail Bomber
 
Built to satisfy the craving for rapid acceleration, this machine was born out of the need , the need for speed. Not only is that a rock solid Top Gun reference, it's also a disease that is prevalent in two wheel addicts across the globe. You can see the signs. The itchy throttle hand. Red eyes focused on the distant. Jittery and nervous when standing still.  These are all signs of the Need. The Bomb softail was dropped for such a condition. 
 
Schlege Town Scrambler
 
Our newest Triumph custom started life as a happy-go-lucky Scrambler and has migrated to the angry side. Black is never a bad thing, especially when you use it everywhere possible and, this Triumph for Chris Schlegel got a healthy dose.
RSD Bell Dyna
 
Roland’s been riding with Bell helmets since he first got on a motorcycle at 5 years old. Bell helmets were the chosen protection for all of Roland’s racing career and there’s a collection of smashed helmets to prove it. Having always ridden in Bell helmets was a natural move to work with Bell on the RSD line of helmets. Bell has a long history of building the best helmet on the market and always pushing to do new and exciting designs. When the Bell guys needed a bike built for one of their chiefs we were able to return a long time debt for protecting our chiefs brain for so many years. Thus the Bell Dyna was born.
RSD Cleveland CycleWerks Heist
The Cleveland brand of motorcycles has been quietly chugging along producing inexpensive bikes for the young and beginner rider as well as larger cc bikes for Europe and Asia. The Heist is one of the simplest and least expensive bikes available today as well as perhaps the only commercially available rigid. While it may not pack the punch and rumble of a big cc American VTwin it certainly has the bones and silhouette of a classic single cylinder chopper.
Kurt Caselli Foundation KTM 450
 

November 7th marks the release of On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter – hitting theaters nation wide. With its highly anticipated debut, Red Bull North America wanted to do something special to promote this iconic movie. Dana Brown and Roland Sands decided it would be cool to build a custom bike that would take us back to the original 1971 classic, On Any Sunday and bring those nostalgic days to modern life. This bike build could have easily taken the path of flat tracker, hill climber or road racer; but with the tragic loss of offroad racer Kurt Caselli last year at the 2013 Baja 1000, we all decided that a “desert sled” build was in order. We contacted KTM North America and they were on board to have us build the bike and help tell Kurt’s story, and raise awareness of the Kurt Caselli Foundation. Click here to bid on this bike!