The Daily: Andy's Evo


Andy Camay


Location: Newburgh, NY


Engine: Stock 80 EVO

Frame: Kraftech 

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 

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Commented on 9-23-2009 At 09:27 pm

there have been some bad ass bikes on the daily lately. i like the lines on the rear end shot of this bike and the colors. everything works really well on it.

Commented on 9-23-2009 At 10:50 pm

Nice and simple. The way all bikes should be.

Commented on 9-23-2009 At 10:53 pm

this is the shit. road tested on 84, where i lived as a kid. and on top of that an evo...

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 03:22 am

Killer Evo, low and lean.

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 05:12 am

Sweet ride. Clean lines. Nice job dude.

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 05:31 am

that may be the sweetest basement ever.

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 05:58 am

super clean and a good story to go with it. nice work.

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 06:04 am

:::shakes fist in air::::

Andy, You Goonie!!!!!!!!!!!

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 06:13 am

totally sweet bike totally a sweet heart !!!!!!

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 07:12 am

Nice attention to detail! Everything works well!

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 09:33 am

Really like your color choices with sweet & simple lines. Thank you for sharing.

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 09:56 am

nice work dude!

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 11:46 am

thanks for all the kind words gents. this bike has been really good to me over all. fun and very reliable. it's really just and bolt together betty, but i learned so much in the process of making it. my next that I'm currently doing is completely different, but i guess that's the beauty of the whole process. thanks again guys.

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 12:06 pm

Andy is a stand up guy and i look forward to seeing him and his bike at the gyspy run every year........ especially next year if hes bringing the next masterpiece.

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 01:10 pm

Nice lines, everything flows well. It just straight up looks classy and bad ass at the same time.

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 01:50 pm

Nice bike. Simple and clean.

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 03:50 pm

Andy is a great guy wth a great bike, Glad to know him! That bike rocks the rainstorms without missing a beat. You did not show any photos of the optional rainy weather bolt on! Looking forward to rolling more miles with you soon.


Commented on 9-24-2009 At 04:35 pm

great bike, well done!

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 06:58 pm

That bike is so clean if I didn't know better I'd have thought it was someone's, dare I say it, production bike! I mean that as a compliment ...

BTW, American Icon rules!

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 07:47 pm

I told you you're bike was awesome. I like it better with the mountain bike fender though!

Commented on 9-24-2009 At 07:56 pm

That came out really nice Andy, nice job!

Commented on 9-25-2009 At 02:17 am

PERFECT in every way!

Commented on 9-25-2009 At 08:20 am

Awesome ride man, stand up job.

Commented on 9-25-2009 At 09:39 am

Awesome, great job.

Commented on 9-25-2009 At 09:51 am

I'll jump on the band wagon. Excellent bike!

Commented on 9-26-2009 At 04:38 am

Did we mention Andy's company printed the ChopCult T's? It's true. Fisters MC T's, too. Thanks for ALL your support, brother.

Commented on 9-26-2009 At 09:24 am

Classy bike for a Classy fella...What else would ya expect from Andy?

Commented on 10-2-2009 At 03:47 pm

Great job on the bike Andy. Hell of a story too...

Commented on 10-7-2009 At 06:33 am

hey andy , your bike is cool as hell and so is your basement , rich

Commented on 10-25-2009 At 12:39 am

I would kill for that basement!

Commented on 6-26-2010 At 06:01 am

you know the bike is sweet and your basement rules...but your bike lift is the shit! Sweet story ,pix,and style!

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