Roland Sands Design
Anthony Kiedis Road Glide
When Anthony Kiedis from the Red Hot Chili Peppers calls and says he wants a bike built, you got to wonder where it’s going. When he tells you he writes all his songs on his bike while he’s listening to the tracks on the sound system you start to get the picture.
Nick O
Nick O’Kane’s day job is Powersports Sales Manager at K&N Filters but on the weekends he enjoys building Café Racers. His latest build is a 2002 Suzuki TL1000R. The 1000c V-Twin Power Plant is one of the best motors to be produced by Suzuki in the past decades (designed by the GOD of grunt) with Superbike Heritage. So, why use a TL 1000R for a Café Racer? The answer is simple .. Mega Torque, Horse Power & Style at an affordable price!
Brake Calipers
We've taken the best of brake caliper technology, high quality precision machining and trademark RSD styling to create the next step up in braking power for your V-twin. With GP racing architecture and weight distribution, the extra rigidity maximizes your effort at the brake lever, stopping you faster with more feel. RSD brake calipers coupled with RSD Radial master cylinders are the ultimate V-twin braking system providing unparalled feel and power. CLICK HERE TO SHOP NOW!
The Roll Out by HD Montreal
Roland Roy, the senior HD parts salesman at HD Montreal built this specifically to show off our parts at their annual Harley Super Show so we had to share! This event showcased all the Harley shops in the Quebec area and what they can do for the local Harley riders. The name *ROLL OUT* came to be as Roland Roy wanted people to associate the build not only with Roland Sands and the RSD parts but also with him. 
Racing and a Movie
Well, the facility loved having us. It’s safe to say, round 2 is a go. Spectators, more beer and food carts will be there. Perhaps a semi truck with lots of taps. Riders, all heats will begin at 10am and “the show” will be at 4pm. The only exception is Pro and Hooligan Classes. Your heats will be after the opening ceremony. Register now!