Owner: Andy Camay
Location: Newburgh, NY
Engine: Stock 80 EVO
Fork: 883 Sportster Low
Chassis mods: Nill
Tire/wheel size and style: good old 16/21
Favorite thing about this bike: My 1st build and i did so with nad tools in a storage space beneath my apartment. My friends who helped, rule.
Next modification will be: New Biltwell risers and getting rid of that bullshit ship eye 5 speed kicker kit. What a huckel buck!
Funny story... it's kick and electric start as you can see. On of my 1st trips I took it on was about 300 miles to visit a buddy so his little son who loves bikes could see it. I go to leave a few days later and the positive battery terminal grounds to the frame. the battery roasts the rubber oil bag mounts and I have to get her home with no lights and the oil bag hung by a hose clamp and a rag. good old magnetos!!!! anyway, i get a half hour from home and all holly hell is about to pour outta the sky. i get on rt 84 here in NY and doing about 70. this dude in a Toyota Tundra pulls up and waves "come on" and gooses it. next thing i know is I'm 10 foot off his bumper and this thing is rung up to the bajesus belt as we zip though both lanes. I can literally smell the rain in the air as it's right behind us. Point is, i got home all good and i did 30 miles in what had to be 15 minutes. It was bananas. Oh, did I mention that we pull my bike out of the basement with my van? PS. By buddy Fritz who whs at the helm of this idea was just getting over hernia surgery.
Thanks to: Wow where to begin: Kevin, Fritz, all of my Knights brethren, Biltwell Crew, Front Street Cycle Craig, Applemen Leather (Skipstitch on the JJ), Ryzart, Animal Bikes (thanks for the grips Osso!), well I'm sure I'm forgetting, but without my friends, there would be no bike. All of you rule.
You can check out Andy's merch business here: American Icon