Bloody Knuckle

Article By: Matt Reel Photos By: Michael Lichter Originally Published In The April 2020 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine When you ask Mike Rabideau about his bike, Bloody Knuckle, his response is, “it’s a pretty simple build.” While Mike may refer to it as a simple Knucklehead rigid, trust me, there’s a lot more going Read More >

’79 Patience

Originally Published In The October-November 2020 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine Article By: Chris Callen                      Photos By: Missi Shoemaker There are builders in this thing that go about their craft for the paycheck at the end of the day, others who do it for the Read More >

Repurposed Junk

To Read The Full Article, Go To www.cyclesource.com Article By: Matt Reel Photos By: Melissa Shoemaker Originally Published In The October 2018 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine I’ve known Terry Summers, builder of this bike, since I became seriously involved in motorcycles. Where I’m from Terry is a name known by everyone on a Harley, Read More >

Timeless

To Read TheFull Article, Go To www.cyclesource.com Article By: Heather Callen Photos By: Kerri Schindler Originally Published In The October 2018 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine Thanks to Austin Andrella of Austin Martin Originals (AMO), Timeless, the bike gracing these very pages, has a style that is just that, timeless. This bike started life as Read More >

Picasso

Article and Photos By: Josh Elzey Originally Published In The August-September 2020 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine Picasso is the name of a bike that was sitting in Randy Howard’s Detroit living room displayed like a work of art. Randy had seen the fully restored 1929 Harley DL at a Concourse show held at the Read More >