Classic Cycle Inc. is taken care of history’s past in a big way.You can lay your eyes on a few vintage Trimuphs, Hondas and Nortons. They offer a full range of services for pre-unit and unit-construction and do everything from routine tuning and servicing to complete rebuilds, restoration and customizing. Local pickup and delivery can also be arranged. They offer VIN verification as an additional service and work is covered by warranties, and are a state licensed repair facility
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Motorcycle and Engine Builders
Co-owners Andy and Tony Dunn consider factory specs a key reference in servicing vintage bikes. But how they look, how they last and how they perform matter just as much. This is the approach of “builders.” Their care, skill and experience deliver craftsmanship that goes beyond assembly with new parts. How often do you hear of virtually leak-free Triumphs? You get the idea.
Andy was initiated into the Triumph world at age 15. He helped Tony restore a 1970 Bonneville now owned by a collector. Ever since those “free classroom” days, Andy’s worked at building reliability into vintage bikes for today’s streets and freeways. He must be on the right track. His first bike was the same Pre-unit Trump he rides today.
“Infinite” is how Andy sums up Tony’s knowledge. No wonder. Before the Bonnie they built together, Tony restored a ’69 to Concours level. It’s in a museum. He’s also restored a rare TR6SC purchased from Steve McQueen’s estate and originally built by Bud Ekins. That Triumph was a ’66, the same year Tony started working on motorcycles as an 8th grader.
Ryan arrived from Circle City Hot Rods with a reputation as an “awesome assembler.” His sharp attention to engine disassembly and assembly is essential in our work building and servicing vintage British motorcycles. Combining a clean, proper technique with attention to detail, what Ryan does borders on the artistic.
Tues. – Sat., 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. and 6 – 10 p.m. PT
2199 N. Batavia St., Suite J
Orange, CA 92865