This Just In: 2006 Suzuki GSX-R 1000

2006 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 - $6500

2006 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 – $6500

This beauty of a motorcycle has just come in, and it does not fail to impress. The customization to this GSX-R is extensive and follows the same theme. It goes from the most simplistic of upgrades with colored GSX-R bar end weights to a custom-built full cage. We say custom-built because those wonderfully constructed bits of protective casing aren’t typically made for the big bikes and are done as one-off builds when requests are made. Come on down to the shop to see this beast in person.

And keep your eyes peeled for a video soon.

Coming Soon


This just in: 2007 Suzuki Hyabusa. This bad boy will have a rebuilt title, and it already has a Hindle exhaust on it. Keep an eye out here and on the Facebook page for updates. Or if you just can’t wait give us a call at 270-879-8979 and ask for Jamie.

Daytona Bike Week, March 11-16 2013

The shop will be closed Monday, March 11 – Saturday, March 16 for Daytona Bike Week. Since the shop will be closed there will be no one to answer phone calls, field emails, or answer questions on Facebook. Email and Facebook questions will be answered starting on Monday, March 18.

If you’re needing any last minute tweaks to be ready to ride there is only 1 1/2 days left to get what you need before we’ll be closed for a whole week. Swing on by the shop to pick up those parts, get that tire changed, or get those fluids changed before it’s too late.

Be safe out there and we’ll see when we reopen on Monday, March 18.

Video: The Anti Cruizer

Over the weekend I had the opportunity to make off with the custom bike Jamie built for a ride with the Legion Riders from American Legion Post #81. In the process I decided it was time to make a video for his monster since he hasn’t had the opportunity to get the word about the monstrosity he created. So here it is, the Anti Cruizer from Cain Abominations. Enjoy

Video: 2008 Yamaha YZF-R6s

Today we’ve got that sexy R6s with the 50th Anniversary body kit. Don’t let the kit fool you, though, Jamie put his own touch on it to make the paint scheme pop over what Yamaha originally intended. Maybe he’s in the right business after all…

And the “S” in R6s doesn’t stand for slow, no sir. It’s for smooth. Enjoy.