Roland Sands Design
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. 
AMA Pro Flat Track Finals
Pomona Finals - One Last Time?
With horse racing coming to an end at the famed Pomona Half-Mile, the fate of flat track racing at this venue is uncertain. Motorcycle racing dates back to 1947 at this historic track. Don't miss this legendary event at one of the greatest venues in flat track racing history!
Customer Bike: Noise Cycles BF6 machine
Scott “T Bone” Jones of Noise Cycles has built another beautiful machine this time based on a late model Twin Cam. His Born Free 6 machine utilizes a Harley 120” motor in a stock dyna chassis surrounded by an incredible amount of detail and hand made parts. T Bone used the Nostalgia cover line to subtly accent the engine. Looks like a blast to ride, sign us up. Read below for a short interview with Scotty “T Bone” Jones of Noise Cycles.
The release of Dana Brown’s On Any Sunday the Next Chapter is quickly approaching and we’re beyond excited to be a part of this new piece of motorcycle history.
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.