Here are a couple of camera phone spy photos of the flat tracker Royal Enfield which will be on display at the Long Beach International Motorcycle show this weekend. This beautiful bike was built by the guys at Doug Douglas Motorcycles in San Bernardino. I am told that they intend to make both kits and finished flat trackers as well as “street trackers” More later.
Archive for December, 2011
We just finished the International Motorcycle Show in Dallas Texas this past weekend. It was a great show and featured the unveiling of the one of a kind Royal Enfield Custom motorcycle designed and built by the famous custom bike builder Rick Fairless of Strokers Dallas .
Also present at the show with a beautiful sidecar rig and lots of enthusiasm was our new dealer in Ft, Worth Texas Michael BakerMichael has a wonderful dealership and it is the cleanest dealership I have ever been in. (MJ Sales click here) Micheal is the kind of meticulous dealer we look for and we are very excited to have him aboard.
Long Beach California show
The Long Beach show (December 9-11) is coming up this weekend and we will there in full regalia. Like the Dallas show there will be a Custom Royal Enfield unveiled by Doug Douglas Motorcycles of San Bernardino. You won’t want to miss this one.
New York City Show
The biggest IMS show is in New York City and we will be there as well,. At this show we will be unveiling yet another Custom Royal Enfield built by the one and only Dave Perewitz.
Dave is another famous bike builder who has been building custom motorcycles for decades. We can’t give you the details yet, but come by our booth and feast your eyes on Daves creation as well as all of our new bikes.
For now these are the shows that we will be attending. If we decide to do anymore you will be the first to know.
You won’t want to miss this one. For more information about the shows in your area click here
Rick Fairless the world famous bike builder and owner of Stokers Dallas unveiled a Royal Enfield he had been building for us today. I walked into the shop and looked around for the RE. I didn’t see one until I saw him and our VP Ron Greene looking over a bike. I knew Rick was going to build a cool bike but this was unlike any Royal Enfield I had ever seen in my life, probably your life either. I can only show you a tease as it won’t be unveiled until this Saturday Dec. 3, 2011 at the International Motorcycle Shop in Dallas Texas. BTW – I got to ride the bike and it rode as good as it looked. Rick calls his work “functional art” and he is right. By prior agreement all I can show you is the tip of the handlebar until Saturday. This bike sets a new standard for any Royal Enfield this world has ever seen. Pictures from Ron Greene VP Classic Motorworks, Andrew Anantharaj Royal Enfield India and Rick Fairless Stokers Dallas (seated on bike).
I CAN NOW POST THE PICTURE. THIS IS ONLY A PHONE SHOT AND DOES NOT DO THE BIKE JUSTICE. I HOPE TO POST MUCH BETTER ONES LATER. THE LONGER YOU LOOK AT THIS BIKE THE MORE DETAILS YOU NOTICE