2006 Custom Built Chopper/Bagger

  • Only 66 actual original miles
  • Modified Daytec Goliath frame
  • S&S full polished 107 C.I. with approximately 110 HP
  • Dual Mikuni carburetion
  • Baker 6 speed transmission
  • Hand-formed leather wrapped sword tank shift
  • Foot clutch
  • Dual disc front end
  • Stealth swing arm with air ride rear suspension
  • 3” BDL open belt drive primary
  • Paul Yaffe crack pipes exhaust
  • Dakota Digital instrumentation
  • Custom designed lightup seat with backrest
  • 240 rear tire

This bike was built by Road House Cycles of Post Falls, Idaho. The concept and design was from the mind of Scott Lyon. The metal fabrication was all hand-crafted by Scott’s brother, Martin Lyon. The hand-formed one-of-a-kind fairing was pounded out from a sheet of aluminum. The all-metal saddlebags feature hidden releases with no hinges. This was Martin’s last project as he recently lost his battle with cancer. All of the mechanical, wiring, fitment and final assembly was done in house by the tech staff at Road House Cycles. The Beast Master paint theme was the vision of 20 year-old Josh Rivas from HR Grafix. The bike was originally built for the Orange County Choppers in America Tour. It was shown for the first time in the Spokane, WA leg of the Orange County Choppers in America Tour and won 1st place. Then it was off to Portland, OR where it took first place in the Radical, Spectator Class at the Easyrider Bike Show. In 2008 it was decided to take it to Sturgis and show it at the International Rats Hole Custom Bike Show. A very respectable 6th place was earned in the Custom Bagger Class, as that’s exactly what it is… a Custom Chopper/Bagger.   SOLD!

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