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My story -

Hello, My name is Scott Olewiler. Like a lot of middle aged guys I first got the custom chopper bug when "American Choppers" went on the air. After watching that show I bought my first motorcycle, a 2005 Yamaha V-star and immediately started to add custom bike parts to it. I renamed it the "Fangstar" and was happy with it for awhile. I also learned to do all my wrenching myself after the first trip to the "stealer".

After awhile I wasn't getting enough attention from it, especially riding with Harleys all the time and set out to customize my motorcycle so that it won't be ignored. I tore that bike almost down to the frame, fabricated some parts, slapped on a cheesy raked front end, painted it in my garage with a cheap compressor and a $10.00 spray gun and  turned it into a bike I now refer to as the "Batbike" that gets looks and comments everywhere I go. Next my girlfriend wanted her bike custom painted so I bought an airbrush and learned to paint the Leopard print pattern she wanted on her gas tank.

Now I'm working on my next project, a 1977 Yamaha XS400 that I hope to be the highest quality XS400 custom bobber ever built. I'm currently at the "completely tore down to the frame, about to rebuild the engine and dreading the long rebuild ahead" phase. I'm hoping this frame off rebuild qualifies me as a builder. My guess is if you can completely dismantled a bike, rebuild it and ride it away you're good to go?  Next bike will be a "new parts only" build.

All along this motorcycle journey that started in November 2004 I found that I really had to search online for sites to either get ideas from or to find custom motorcycle parts sites, especially for metric bikes. After riding 10 of thousands of miles over the last 4.5 years I really feel that motorcycling and custom motorcycles are my true passion. I know in my short riding career I've already logged more miles than a lot of people ride their entire lives. And I love working on all my bikes and customizing them, so why not build a website devoted to just that.

I figured the web needed a good  all in one site, somewhere you could find other bike builders, find hard to find motorcycle parts or place your own ad, thus "Scott's Custom Motorcycles" was born. Some day I might be  selling my own custom motorcycles here, if I can find more time to work on them,  but until then let this be your portal to all things custom bike related. I truly believe that some day this will be the number 1 visited motorcycle website in the world, so thanks for stopping by.

 

 

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