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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Donnie Smith Bike Show 2014 - Part 7

As I mentioned in my first post about the 2014 Donnie Smith Bike Show, people have VASTLY different personal definitions for the word "custom" as it applies to motorcycles.  While I can appreciate the time, craftsmanship, paint, and expense that went into these bikes, they are not my style.  I'm not trying to make fun of them, and you may even like some/all of them, but I simply had to share.  The owners are clearly proud.  If you're viewing this post on Chop Cult's Blog Dump, I apologize in advance (cover your eyes or put on your welding helmet and scroll quickly).

I give you... the Wolverine Fatboy:

NOS-powered, dual-engined lunacy:

Roundbar dragon:

Not a full bike, but this could be the hubless front wheel you need for your next outlandish build.

Snake skin pipes, surround sound, and a gambling motif... why not?  To me, the tank texture looks like tree bark but I think there are 3D skulls on it - I didn't get a good photo as I was distracted by the rest of the bike.

This is a bike where the rider and anyone in a 300 foot radius would be instantly killed in a crash.  It's completely covered in guns, spikes, and blades.  Look really close and you'll see a shovelhead motor in there.  By the way, how do you kickstart this bike without slicing your leg off?

Budweiser box chopper.  Are those supposed to be bull horns?  Why?

If you're looking for more bikes like this, I'm sorry.  There were more at the show but I didn't take photos.  If you were not a fan and need a palate cleanser, Sportsters are up next.


William said...

Thanks for sharing the pictures of Donnie Smith Bike Show. All the bikes are awesome. Hope i will also have the same bike in near future. Hope for the best.

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