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Old 11-07-2012, 08:27 AM
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This one was my favorite personally. I talked to the owner who's name is Len Edmondson and let tell you....of all the builders I spoke to or tryed to this guy was the most stand up guy and very modest. Actually took about 30 minutes of his time to talk to me about his stuff and this I might add on a the busiest day, Saturday. Even talked about how he doesn't recomend air ride up front on the shocks and how potentially dangerous it could be. He wasn't all about lets spend as much money as possible, but about how let's make the bike look good. Of course he said this particular bike evolved over some time and just couldn't stop adding to it. I love the headlight grill and the bars with the removable crowns or end tips. He is Azzkikr Custom out of Surrey, B.C. Canada.




....And this one at first sight of the fairing it kind of threw me off and was indifferent about it, but the more I looked at it and especially in person I really really started liking this custom bagger. Absolutely everything about it. Definetly no cross country touring machine, but I bet you could probably ride it around all of Texas. I'm convinced that these handle much better than their cousin counterparts (choppers) as many have said that these big wheels ride great in forward motion rather than twisties, but for me, I'm no big twistie guy anyways.

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Old 11-07-2012, 09:54 AM
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Default Lone Star Rally 2012

Great pictures, here are a few of the crowd.
It was a large time, great weather, bikes and cold beer.
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Old 11-07-2012, 10:09 PM
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Default Thanks for the pic comments....

Thanks for the good feedback on the pics...

All of the bike pics were taken with my iPhone 5. I was surprised with how they came out once I got home and downloaded them to my computer.

Oh yea, here are some bonus pics taken on the Strand.

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