Barhoppers and Hot Rods in the Justified Defiance Hardcore Midwest Cutdown Style
#markmaycansuckit – 1998 Harley Sportster taken stock form to hardtail chopper. This is my brother’s bike who graduated from OSU thus any Buckeye Fan knows what “Mark May Can Suck It” means.
Cream Corn – Custom Harley Shovelhead in rigid form, wideglide, fatbob tanks. This dual carb bike was a screamer.
Damn the Man Pan – 1958 Harley Panhead. This bike is one that got away. This will always be a Justified Defiance Midwest Cutdown bike.
Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid – Midwest Cutdown style Shovelhead. Another one that got away, but the customer is cool as shit. He got the cool bike AND a shirt design.
F*%k Off & Die Hipster – Jim’s personal ride which is a 1968 Harley Generator Shovelhead. This one has been ridden all over the country.
Ghetto Glide – Another one of Jim’s personal rides is this Harley Shovel. A lot of friends have owned this bike, but it always makes it way back home to Justified Defiance. This one is a slab-eating machine. It has also taken the state tour.
Gobstopper – Gene’s 2003 Harley Sportster was a fun project for Justified Defiance. We took a stock Sportster and made a cool little ripping rigid chopper out of it.
Hawaiian Punch – Where to start with this one? This Shovelhead has been in so many different forms. This bike is nice – new everything and hundreds of hours. The changes on this bike look very subtle, however the machining and fabrication is extensive.
Hong Kong Fuey – This is my dad’s old recliner that we made into a Midwest Cutdown Cafe Racer. Finish pics to follow.
Hot Rod Hearse – Slick Harley Shovelhead. 21″ front and a white wall in the rear. This simple little bike got attention everywhere it went. Typical Justified Defiance Midwest Cutdown Style.
Hug My Root – This Shovelhead says it all. 23″ front wheel. 6-speed. Candy Rootbeer paint over bare metal. This one was the best long-trip Shovelhead that we ever built.
Jive Turkey – We get lip by Jive Turkey’s all the time. It get’s old. This bike was a clean Shovelhead that we stripped down in our Justified Defiance Midwest Cutdown style.
Rip It – Commercial Point, Ohio charity raffle bike. We took a 2003 Harley Sportster and made it into a Street Tracker on/off road bike. When was the last time you ever saw a Harley go off road?
War Eagle –Justified Defiance Midwest Cutdown style Shovelhead. Big Dresser that was stripped down. Cliff had to have it and it is over in Pittsburgh. Steelers still suck.
Whack a Mole – Another cool Justified Defiance Midwest Cutdown style bike. This one has some cool, old school style features. The new owner is in Indiana.