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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!

RSD Tonka Todd
 
We’ve known Tonka Todd for quite a while and as long as we’ve known him he’s been talking about building a bike. Todd spends a lot of time in a baja truck and seeing as how that truck is sponsored by one of the biggest toy manufactures in the world it seemed obvious to combine his love for offroad racing with his motorcycle.
 
RSD Custom Indian "Track Chief"
 
Perhaps we're old fashioned, but in our minds a proper Indian is a racer. Purpose built competition machines utilizing only the barest of necessities were how the most beautiful bikes we're created. The board trackers, hill climbers and flat track racers of the 20's, 30s and. 40s are stunning. And there lies the challenge.  How to deconstruct a superbly engineered modern day two wheeled car down to only its necessary guts. We've spent time on all three of modern Indians and the full body Chieftain is a supreme choice for those who want to ride from California to NY and pack the kids. It's nimble for an 800lb bike and if you’re looking for a modern full-fendered Chief of yesteryear, this bike is your Huckleberry. Bluetooth, cruise control, USB, navigation, etc. To say the stocker feels like a “metric cruiser” is both a compliment and a concern. But that motor.. Yeah, It's a good looking lump. 
 
RSD BMW RnineT
Our stock style BMW NineT continues to evolve with the addition of a paint job and some cast bronze RSD logo’s for the gas tank by local artist and creative Nick Potasch. We consider this bike to be a test bed for ideas and product development so we’ve made an oath not to cut anything off it or modify it past what an averages set of tools would allow you to do. The cool thing about the bike is it continues to feel like a blank canvas. Were already thinking about the next iteration.
RSD Dyna Ripper
 
Our obsession with the Dyna continues with our latest version of the Dyna Glide built for the Hot Bike Power Tour. It’s always a challenge to evolve each bike we build. This Dyna was no different as we built a newly shaped tail section and gas tank along with a new version of our FXR inspired side battery covers.