The Glasgow Kiss, the bike is the modern interpretation of the 1945 classic with amplified proportions and a never seen before unique look.
This bike was awarded with the “Partner Pick Of Excellence” during the 3rd round of the AMD Championship Of Bike Building at the IMS Show held recently in Seattle, Washington.
To maintain the proportions on the front, the bike has a 2 1/2″ tubes bended to create the Springer front end and its frame incorporates 2 x 18″ wheels, 300mm rear and 280mm front tire, and a specially fabricated frame with beefy 1 3/4″ tubing, a 39-degree rake and a 4″ backbone stretch. Many of its parts are fabricated by some best brains in the industry e.g. gas tank and rear fender were created by Fat Karz, oil tank by Roger Goldammer and other fabrication and machining tasks were looked after by Brendon Thompson.
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