Robert Fisher, the custom sportbike wizard behind Roaring Toyz has launched Roaring Twinz, a new venture focused on developing premium parts, accessories and custom bikes for the V-twin market.
The new business is Fisher's move to bring the aesthetics and function developed in his years building high-end custom sportbikes into the V-twin world.
"I love the emphasis V-twin owners place on design. I have ridden and raced motorcycles all my life; a motorcycle isn't just two tires and a motor, it represents what the owner thinks and feels. It's a reflection of how a rider lives his or her life," Fisher says. "A motorcycle can be a rolling piece of artwork, and V-twin owners get this more than any riding group. I can't wait to translate my passion for superior design and artistry into exceptional products for the V-twin market."
Fisher has been a longtime partner with Kawasaki and has built many customs for the OEM. With his move to V-twins, Fisher transformed a Vulcan 1700 Vaquero into a custom bagger featuring a 21-inch front wheel, a custom paint job, airbag suspension and full stereo system.
On the H-D side of things, Fisher has customized a Street Glide (see pictures in this post) and a Road King, each featuring Performance Machine wheels, custom bars, grips, floorboards, paint and a set of Roaring Twinz stainless steel brake lines.
Roaring Twinz is on its way to releasing its own line of high-end, premium engineered products. All the products are to be machined from the highest grade billet aluminum, and be function and durable.
As the company puts it in a press release, "If you're looking for cheap mass-produced products don't call Roaring Twinz."
"I machine my parts from the best material money can buy," Fisher says. "I spend hundreds of hours crafting unique, head-turning designs, and each part undergoes rigorous testing. Put that together and you get a gorgeous, innovative part for your motorcycle that won't fail. Your bike will look great, and you'll be safe. I think that's priceless."
from a release
posted by Dennis Johnson
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