Doing a head gasket job on this older Sportster to get her back in shape and ready for the road.
Installing a bagger kit on this M109 Suzuki. Cool project, little bit of fab work here, fiberglass there, and it’s coming together.
Here is a mean M109. We did some custom work to make a wrap-around fender mounted ridge to the swing arm. Moved the tire to a 260 mm. Custom-painted the motorcycle and also polished out the forks. We blackened out most of the other aluminum parts.
Custom frame we built for a cool old iron head. 200 mm tire ridged. Good stuff. I love bringing back a pic of history and make it bad ass.
Shop’s just a little backed up this week… We should be able to catch up next week. We are not complaining, thanks to all our biker customers, we appreciate you.
Just starting on sheet metal assembly on this custom chopper.
Just finished up installing our 4-into-2 exhaust system. Wwe think it gives this chopper a cool old school look.
Just finish Making a new axle tube in stone bearings roader and pulley set up valse them in ready for the tire install on a new rim and tire on a custom shopper
Just finished up doing some mods to our customer’s rig, so he can head out behind the storm.
Baker primary bearing took a digger on a nice custom bike
Wicked bag guards, gloss black powder-coat on an FLX
On the tail-end of building a custom exhaust for a Street Glide. A few more welds and will start on heat shields.
Stop by and check out some of the many services that we provide here at Greg’s Custom Cycle Works, from maintenance and repair to full customization of your ride.
What a great day for a ride on a custom softail from Greg’s Harley rentals on Clearwater beach 7274614840 ask for Brian
Taking care of a long-time customer’s Street Glide, doing some repairs and 30K service. Getting ready for Daytona.
Vengeance handlebars installed on a Fat Bob. Custom fit, perfect riding position for rider; no hunching over. Owner is so happy with his new riding position!
One of a bunch of custom parts we made for a cool project, a Yamaha R1
Custom swing arm for a trike. Custom fabrication project.
One of our custom builds. Cool HD bagger.
Custom V-Rod air box cover mod
New Triumph tear-down for some custom touches.
We machined a custom caliper mount.
Air holding tank for front and rear suspension for FLX air install. Cool project.
Just finished up a little carb work on my bike. Just doing a maintenance of my old girl
Putting on some dust boots on this Sportster while we have the front wheel off for tire install.
Installing wide white walls on these rims.
We just install this side car on this Honda. Now we are going to put her through the ropes and make sure she handles like a dream.
We installed a new hard tour pack on a very nice Harley Davidson CVO. Nice ride!
Just finished up mounting LED taillights on the short back-fender of this custom Suzuki M109. She looks so mean with the fat tire.
We are installing a new exhaust on this V-rod. We are refurbishing a bunch of parts that had been weathered. Giving this bike a clean new look again.
Installed a float free fuel gauge on a Big Bear Chopper. It turned out nice and clean, not too offensive to the lines of the bike. Clean but functional, this bike is not so easy on fuel.
Doing a 21″ rim conversion on a metric cruiser. Changes the stance of the bike, gives it a meaner, more purposeful look.
We finished installing a one-off custom exhaust system, together with Deep Sickness rail bars and crash bars.
A whole lot of Deep Sickness parts, right here. A couple bikes we built here, at Greg’s Custom Cycle Works.
One of our Deep Sickness front-ends. Lower rockers machined to match the rest of the accessories on this custom bike.
Just finished up installing LED turn signals in the Psychotic Fairing from the Deep Sickness parts line.
Just installed a FLX front fender on a 2003 Road King. Color-matched vivid black. Cleaner look than the traditional HD marker light, spears, and skirt.
Custom built project we did 12 years ago. We called the “Money Bike”. She’s still out there running. Just need a bit of TLC.
Just finished up repairing a rear fender on a Honda VTX. It had been damage in an accident. Looking like new again. Client used our paint job Special and saved some $$.
Seat mod and new custom cover, ostrich style;
A bunch of parts came out of powder coating. Getting them ready to install on an HD Street Glide.
Deep Sickness Psychotic scoop: just installed on a Batwing fairing with clear LED lights.
Just mounting a new exhaust line on this clean HD Dyna.
An old Harley we customized with some real cool parts, including a sissy bar built in the fender mount. Just one of many parts. Fun project!
Just finished up a test fitment for a Deep Sickness Ppsychotic Fairing installation.
Just finish up mounting a 300 mm rear tire on a Yamaha. We think it looks clean, and we got rid of the “grandpa look” this bike had going on. Now looks custom and aggressive.
Just getting ready to chop up a Yamaha Roadstar, to put a fat-ass 300mm rear tire on it.
We just finished up the short fender mount, and adjusted calipers and axle spacing for an 18″ front wheel installation on a Yamaha project.
Bobber project mounted with our Deep Sickness Reckless handlebars, powder-coated finish matching powder-coated stock wheels.
Deep Sickness crash bars and the Psychotic Scoop on a Batwing fairing. Color-matched to cowlers. Pretty cool looks, no?
Ok finished with mock up ready to go to bodywork
Deep Sickness front-end lower rockers, machined to match the rest of the bike accessories.
Bagger project piece by piece. Her you can see the Deep Sickness ape hangers.
HD Bagger saddlebag lid modification: the lids open facing backward. You can also see the Deep Sickness Wicked Apes handlebars, and the Deep Sickness crash bars protecting the motor.
Machining up two billet aluminum rims for a custom bike we are building. Check out the size of the rear rim. That bike’s gonna be mounted with a big old fat tire.
Deepsickness horn cover on a street gluide painted to match his bike
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Springer front end installed on a Sportster. This complements the old school look with the sissy bar, and stretches the bike out nicely.
Solo seat and rider seat. Old skool looks on a rigid frame for a bobber project. Notice the springs under the solo seat.
We custom-built this bobber. Notice the Deep Sickness ape hangers, the solo seat with a spring, the bracket replacing the front fender (old skool look), short rear fender, license plate bracket. All flat-black. The exhaust line is also flat black. This bobber is a testament that less is more.
Building a rigid chassis for an old school CB 750 four-in-line Honda motor. A very cool project that shows how versatile our shop can be, both on metric and CI bikes.
We are modifying a pair of saddlebags on a bagger. We install electronic latches with hinges.
Completely change the stance of this Boss hoss with our Deep Sickness Wicked bars: compared with the wide stock beach bars, the Wicked handlebars give the bike a much meaner, more purposeful look.
Saddlebag modification: we removed the side latches, and installed electric latches gas-charged cylinders to open the lids. Cleaner look.
We are taking care of some cosmetic details on the paint work of this cool ride, with a 124″ motor and 30″ front wheel.
One of our Deep Sickness front-ends installed on a FLX. Still gets a lot of interest. Very cool. Thanks to everyone that attended the Full Throttle bike build-off! The turn-out was very good and it was great to see everyone…
Next upgrade: full air suspension front and rear, with electric kick stand. You can also see the Deep Sickness rail bars attached to the frame.
Wrap-around front fender installed on a ’08 Road King. A very different esthetics for this front-end.
Bobber project mounted with our Deep Sickness Reckless Bars, with powder-coated stock wheels. Note the 750cc 4-in-line motor. Classic with a twist.
Deep Sickness Hi-Way crash bars installed on a bagger. Gloss black finish with highway tabs.
A whole lot of Deep Sickness parts right here. A couple of custom bikes we built here at Greg’s.
Carbon fiber rim with some serious brakes: four rotors total in the front. Serious braking power!
Just finishing up some custom fabrication work in our shop. Mocking up more handlebars: in the foreground, you’ll recognize the Deep Sickness Vengeance bars. In the back a version of Z-bars.
Another crusty tank we have to cut apart
Doing some repairs on a custom Dyna. Starter and primary problems. We’ll get it back on the road in no time.
One of our builds from 2006. 10-foot long chopper. Still a head-turner after twelve years. Deep Sickness Vengeance bars and front-end. That custom really started the Deep Sickness parts line.
Deep Sickness rail bars installed on a Street Glide. Black powder-coat finish. Good protection for expensive saddlebags.
Greg’s custom cycle works inc. Have been serving customers Clearwater Florida for 20 years we just want to say thanks for your loyalty it’s our pleasure.
Mounted a 26-inch wheel on this older FLH. Lots of Deep Sickness parts on it, like the fairing, the crash bars, the handlebars. A lot of one-off fabrication as well. Cool customization project.
Deep Sickness Wicked Apes handlebars and crash bars on the custom bagger with the flame paint job, and Deep Sickness Wicked Apes with full custom dresser kit on the yellow bike.
Fabring a tank to house the electronics of the bike. Going in the right direction… Fender mounts are next.
Our Deep Sickness Wicked Apes handlebars mounted on a HD FLX, perfectly fitting the fairing.
Our Deep Sickness front end gives this FLX bagger a way different look
Here is a crazy cool Deep Sickness sissy bar we built for this trike. Just what our customer ordered, and wow ain’t that a BIG one!
We will install a Deep Sickness handlebars on this Kawasaki.
One of our deepsickness sidebars in the fab stage
Repair work being done on this Sportster: she has a charging issue.
We did some custom work on this HD Dyna: including mounting a pair of our Deep Sickness Reckless handlebars, as well as a few other things to change her up
4 carbs on the bench. We are working on this custom bobber built around a rigid frame and the legendary Honda 750cc 4-in-line motor.
Deep Sickness Psychotic Scoop and accessory for a batwing fairing we installed on this Harley Davidson Street Glide. Old school pinstriping over the Bordeaux/Burgundy color give it a vintage look.
Cleaning up more on this Iron Head custom build project. Removed oil tank, battery box, and some electricals. Getting ready to start on the rear-end. Machining more parts for a 300 mm rear-end.It’s going to be a rigid with a drop seat.
We custom-built this inner fairing. It holds an iPad. The hand-crafted dash is designed to accent the stretched tank. One of our custom baggers.
Custom Road Glide fairing mods: LED turn signals, headlight grill, grout bully
This Street Glide features some of our Deep Sickness parts: our fairing scoop that really works for the model year 2014 and newer, our Wicked Apes handlebars, our Wicked Crash Bars with highway tabs, and our bag rail bars. The scoop is color-match to the batwing fairing. The crash bars, bag rails and Wicked Bars are all powder-coated on this bike. Other finishes available.
Front view of this crazy fender we fabricated for a Road King. Paint job done in our shop after fabrication.
We customized this flh nice ride
Stretched tank covers molded to fit fuel tanks
Deep sickness horn cover installed on the streetglide
Just finished a custom paint job on this old girl. Modern flames, tribal style. She’s looking like new again!
We just painted some parts for a custom chopper. Here’s a rear fender with a flame job. More pics coming.
Just mounted a full custom front fender. We color-matched it to factory “black cherry” color on this Road King.
We did a repaint job on the tank and the rear fender, and installed and color-matched hard saddle bags. Nice clean look, ready for Daytona Bike Week.
Making a new set cover for a Sportster project.
Custom fender and struts for a 750cc Sportster. Fabrication work, mold and paint work. Nice clean look, vivid black.
One of our chopper projects. This one is powered by the legendary CB 750cc four-in-line Honda motor. She rides like a dream.
We just finished up fabricating a nice little sidebag custom mount on a Honda Fury .. Just big enough to stuff glasses, cell phone, and wallet.
We are putting new wheel bearings on this rear wheel. The owner is lucky we found out the problem. That would be a bad day on the road.
Just finished some performance mods to this Suzuki: exhaust, air filters, and fuel management system. She runs so much better and sounds good too!
Customized air box cover on a tnak with red mussel accent. Cool fab and paint job with contrast of gloss and denim finish.
Just finished up a flame paint work on a tank to be fitted on a custom project. Can’t wait to get it out in the sun!
Customized rear fender for a chopper. Molded fender struts with some cool paint job…
Putting some big fat rubber on a Yamaha Roadstar. This ride is gonna look tuff…
Two custom paint jobs and lots more we did on these two sleds
Well, we build a custom grill and added a pair of Deep Sickness Wicked Apes handlebars to boot. Craze.
Just finished installing LED turn signals on the Psychotic Fairing from our Deep Sickness parts line.
Installed header wrap on a nice Ducati Scrambler to help keep down heat and protect rider’s legs.
One of the three paint colors on a custom Fatboy sheet metal set
We have removing the oil tank. Reworking it to hold a bigger battery for electric start. Nice bike.
Did a whole bunch of custom mods on this supermoto: Changed handlebars, custom-made exhaust system, painted the wheels, installed the graphic package. Also installed new fairings, levers and grips, led lights, and a custom seat.
Rigid kit for a custom bike project. We cut off the rear end, cleaned it up, bent up some tubing which we tacked in place. We’ll finish welding tomorrow.
Harley rear-end mods slammed down. Fender mod and fabricated fender struts inside and out. Clean look with a solo seat.
Making sure those lower rocker boxes are flat straight and clean before reassembly…
Relocating some electronics in this tail-end. After modification of the tail end, the electronics couldn’t fit in their casing.
Machining a custom hub for a metric bike. That worked out great!!
Just started a custom fender mod. We slammed the back-end down. Getting ready to cut it up.
Just finishing up some manufacturing work on our Deep Sickness Vengeance handlebars.
Installed a new front rim and rotors on a nice clean Sportster. A cool look. Big difference from the HD factory wheel. Notice the ForceWinder intake and the handlebars. Very aggressive look.
Just extracted broken footpeg mount bolts on a Dyna. It’s a rare occurrence but when it happens, it’s welding time!
Just finished installing freshly powder-coated wheels on a Yamaha R6. Real sporty look.
Installed a carbon fiber rim with some serious brakes: four rotors total in the front. That is some serious braking power!
Frame section replacement: we cut out a damaged area to save this motorcycle from the scrap yard. A new frame woudl cost $2300… Not in budget for our customer, so we’re fixing the existing frame.
We started this Honda custom bobber project. She’s now a roller. Time to add more custom stuff.
A couple picks before we chop up this classic CB750 into pieces…
Custom designed swing arm. Looks totally unique, and bad ass.
About to rake the neck on a Honda custom bike. It’ll give this bike a stretched-out look, and give us more clearance for tire and exhaust. This bike will have a cool stance.
Just mocking up the rear fender after mounting up the rear wheel. The wheel has got a fresh new powdercoat treatment.
We have building high quality custom handlebars since 1995. Here a pair of Deep Sickness Wicked Bars on this Glide.
Just wrapping up a custom chopper frame. Next will be oil tank mounts; seat mounts, and fender mounts.
Making a set of custom handlebars for that Indian. We’ll keep you posted.
Kawasaki with an aftermarket batwing fairing, with Deep Sickness Wicked Bars and stretched hard bags… Badass!
Just taking care of regular scheduled service on a nice Fatboy.
Just finished up making a vintage exhaust line for a custom bobber project. Definitely gives a classic look to this new project.
Modifying a foot clutch on this Harley, to make it easier to operate with more control.
Bad Dad extended headlight nacelle on a Suzuki Cruzer. That gives this bike a custom look.
Stretched tank covers with a small seat mod. New paint. Nice look
Added struts to stabilize fender for vibration on this trike.
Off with the “Juice” front end, on with the Springer. What a big difference in looks and ride! I think it looks cool.
Taking care of more service work for our customer’s saving them a bunch of money they can use for the holidays … thanks everyone we really appreciate your business..
This is a Sears motorcycle! We made into a cafe racer project. It was a cool project not something you see everyday.
Just finished up a Yamaha front-end. Polished triple trees, fork tins, and lower legs.
Outer bearing of support plate wiped out …. on a big inch custom chopper.
Bobber project tail end. Test ride today. Can’t wait.
Just a little keg on this old Honda transformed into a bobber. All the electricals are hidden inside the keg. It was a fun project.
Here is a crazy cool back seat. Now his Harley girl’s all set with a nice back seat and a back rest as sissy bar.
Crazy cool handlebars made from stainless steel. Customer can lay back in the saddle now.
Fixing wiring issues and brakes on a Pro Street
Fat tire conversion on a Yamaha Roadstar. Sweet 300mm, some thick rubber.
Cleaning up more on Iron Head project. Removed oil tank, battery box, and some electricals. Getting ready to start on rear-end. Machining more parts for 300 mm rear-end. It’s going to be a rigid with a drop seat
Cool bagger project. Gotta love that contrast cut look. Black is the new chrome.
Just finished up wraparound fender on a custom chopper.
We did some forward control mods on this chopper for a customer with not-so-forward reach to his controls…
Two of our custom bikes. It was cool doing them. Check out that chopper front-end… Sweet!
Installed a 240mm kit on a Busa. She’s got a nice fat rubber now!
Exhaust mod on a Yamaha Roadstar. Stainless steel exhaust tips and bracket.
We are doing some tranny work on a Thunder Mountain. This is a right side drive chopper.
Custom Honda chopper project. Just mounted the 4-in-line legendary CB750 motor in frame. Just started final assembly.
We are working on a Suzuki M109 bagger project. You can see how the bagger bags are complimenting the graceful arch of the tank. We fabbed the rear fender to accommodate the fat tire. This custom bike ain’t gonna look like stock, ever.
Refurbished a Kawasaki exhaust line from a damaged Kawasaki Concourse…
Just finished up a bobber exhaust system, captain America-Style, on a Kawasaki custom project.
Just finished making a rigid back-end on a Kawasaki custom bobber project.
Nice old school look on a newer Sportster with some gangster white walls; pin stripe and chopped back fender; and struts with ape hangers.
We installed a 260 mm rear tire on a Suzuki Boulevard, and we are mounting a rigid fender that will hug the tire. We are also installing some cool LED lighting.
We are installing a custom fender on a M109 Suzuki. Ready to get all the custom LED lighting installed. Check out the paint job!
A cool custom Sportster. We put a 250 mm back tire on it, made it rigid, raked out the front-end degree trees, stretched the tank, made a custom seat pan, modififed the oil tank, CNCed custom wheels… Fun project!
We are installing a new exhaust on this V-Rod. We are refurbishing a bunch of parts that had been weathered, giving this bike a clean new look again.
Freshened up this V-Rod, all cleaned up and looking great again.
Cool vintage looking cafe racer. We got it ready for the road again!
We just polished these wheels. They were really nasty, they now look fantastic. IF you have stainless steel you need polished, we polish anything stainless steel to a mirror finish. Like chrome.
We put some slip-ons on ths lovely triumph, and wrapped header pipes. We moded the exhaust mounts. That changed the look of the stock bike, and took off some weight. Nice!