Well… we made it. Our Navy bike was unveiled at Rolling Thunder Washington DC on Memorial Day weekend to a huge and much beloved reception. There are so many people to thank that helped bring our vision to life.
Special Features of the bike: The bike is our Rocketeer F3 edition. The tank & fender are machined from solid block billet aluminum There is about 300 hours of combined machining time and hand work in creating each tank/fender combo. The oil tank is also aluminum the finned sides are machined also from billet. None of it is cast. The rigid bike has an adjustable air bag system incorporated into the frame for seat comfort and vibration isolation reduction. The rear fender incorporates machined hidden ledges that are the exact dimension as the water jet steel struts we created, allowing the rear fender to float above the tire. The foot peg are create from the arresting cable from the USS Enterprise (this is the cable that stops a plane when landing) which is on it’s final deployment before decommission. As with all of our bikes, we used as many top quality American companies as possible. See below these companies. Everyone listed in fact sponsored product. Some complete, some at a discount. We are honored to be part of this project. A special thanks to Jay Allen for organizing it. We are grateful to all who supported us and the other builders to see this materialize. As you may or may not know, I am an Air Force Desert Storm Vet. My dad is an Army Vietnam Vet. My Grandfather was a Navy WW2 Vet.
S&S 93″ Knuckle
Baker 6 speed tranny
BDL 2″ primary
Wilwood front brake
3 Guyz sprotor
MeanStreet Slammer front end, Mid glide
Ridewright 50 fat spoke stainless brushed with aluminum hubs & rims
Kyle Hix seat
Sherwin Williams paint (match Navy Haze gray) on frame
Todd’s Cycle: Mini Martini tail lights
Alloy Art: Pan head light
Balistic lithium battery
Biltwell bars, grips, risers & pipe kit
Racing Innovations: Darwin Rocketeer frame
Motion Pro cables
Cycle Electric stator and regulator
Garage Leathers: Solo bag
Special thanks to Foremost Insurance, Escort Radar, Summit Machine, Miller Welds, Ingersoll Rand, Rousseau Storage Solutions, Love’s Travel Stops and Kicker Audio… all of which were crucial in assistance to the completion of this bike and its delivery to Washington DC.