What we've built and what's next
We’re a family owned motorcycle fabrication shop located in Santa Ana, California. Take a look around let us know if you have any questions. Follow Scott on Instagram and Facebook to keep up with everyone’s favorite firecracker.
A LITTLE LOVE FROM STREET CHOPPER
You guys know Scott Stopnik from Cycle Zombies, yeah? Well, he and his boys built a 47 Knucklehead that’s sweet as blackberry wine but before all the flash and flow they came to “T-Bone” for the frame mod, bars and risers. Check out the finished product. The line forms to the left, boys and girls. Keep reading…
YES WAY, JOSE
We’ve been trying to get our friend Jose from Speedmilk to take some pics of his Sporty since April and after threatening to make him eat carbs he finally sent us a few. We’ve got our fingers crossed for a few more. See more here
NOISE CYCLES ON DISPLAY AT THE HARLEY DAVIDSON MUSEUM
For the next year Scott’s Born Free 6 Bike is being featured in the Custom Culture gallery at the Harley-Davidson Museum. We could not be more excited for this great honor. Make sure to swing by the museum next time you’re in Milwaukee.
Check out the page, it goes Noise Cycles, then The American Road and THEN in the 3rd place spot is Ah-nold and the Terminator 2 display. See, Harley knows what’s up. Keep reading…
Scott drove cross country with Brandon from Mullins Chain Drive to the Brooklyn Invitational. Four days on the road from Orange County to the Big Apple.
Someone was cool enough to make a video of the event and caught T-Bone and his Momma on her trike, Heaven Bound.
MILWAUKEE BUSINESS JOURNAL
We were leafing through the Milwaukee Business Journal the other day, as we do every Saturday Morning, and came across this article and pic of one of our bikes, how cool is that? Mrs. Noise almost dropped her Pumpkin Spice Latte she was so excited. Keep reading…
LIZ LEGGETT SHOT US
Liz Leggett is a photographer from Montreal, Quebec who specializes in choppers, custom cars and dirtbag culture. She stopped in to see us at the shop a couple weeks ago “to capture our essence”. We think think she did. Check out the rest of the pics here and then go here to see the rest of her work.