I started riding motorcycles when I was nearly 40 and since then, I’ve been trying to make up for it by collecting and restoring old Hondas. My little collection includes a ’74 CB750 Four, a ’78 GL1000, several ’83 CB1100F Super Sports, and an ’87 VFR750F. My first bike was an ’82 KZ440 that was totaled 2 weeks after I bought it. Not willing to be left stranded, I rebuilt it from the frame up and was riding again within a few weeks. I started powder coating my own parts in 2009 and have worked continuously to hone my craft. When fellow Super Sport forum members saw pictures of my work,
they began asking if I could do their parts as well. Since then, I’ve done many thousands of parts, big and small, and have many happy, satisfied customers. My goal is to provide complete satisfaction and I get a tremendous amount of pleasure from transforming a peeling, corroded motorcycle part into one that looks brand-new again. The feedback I’ve received has been extremely positive and “word of mouth” advertising has brought me lots of work.
The main focus of the business will remain with powder coating, but reproducing “no longer available” parts is now a growing segment. I work with an excellent CNC machinist who has helped me reproduce and/or create a number of parts that are improvements over the originals. I will continue to add to the portfolio, focusing on parts that are needed to keep our bikes running.
As a motorcycle collector and restorer, I'm just as particular as you. Rest assured that I will restore your components as if they were going back on one of my bikes.