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This Yamaha XS650 bike was built for Michael Lichters “Motorcycles as Art” show. Much of the new frame and swing arm lines were inspired from the bikes original design, while the hand formed aluminum body section materialized with the desire for a very fluid yet aggressive natural looking design. As the design developed Jay drew parallels and took inspiration from the form and function of a Giant Oceanic Manta Ray, creating the name “Manta”. Since completion the bike has been featured in Cycleworld Magazine, as part of Michael Lichters show Bio, online at Bike EXIF, and will be on the cover of the newest edition of Retro Bike Magazine out of Australia as the very first Canadian bike featured.
Owner: Jay Donovan
1980 Suzuki GS1000S aka the Wes Cooley replica.
535 units came to North America in 1980
Last years winner of Cycle World Magazines “Best of Tour” award at The Quail Motorcycle Gathering in Monterey California.
Owner: Trevor Franklin
1980 Moto Guzzi 850 LeMans ll
Owner: Shawn Gurney
A rare AMF Harley Davidson cafe racer produced for the year 1977-78
Owner: John Anweiler
1973 Kawasaki Z1 900
The 900 is considered one of the most collectable Japanese bikes ever produced.
Owner: Ross Eichendorf
1975 Honda CB400F
Owner: Parm Matharu