San Diego Customs On The Run Open House

T-bars, FXRs, Dynas and more

SDC shop bikes sitting pretty upfront.

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The new retail outlet section of San Diego Customs.

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The entire city block was taken over by FXRs, Dynas and other bikes.

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Some still like their Harleys in solid black.

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A clean, custom Dyna with panel paint and just the right hop up parts.

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Bike painter legend “Hot Dog” own person Road King.

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Jeff “Palkie” Palkiewicz own personal Dyna.

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Mean in green Harley-Davidson Dyna with FXRP Bags and appears to be a GSX-R forks.

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A super tall FXR with KTM Adventure Touring shocks. This bike had 16.5-inch rear shocks that made for one tall ride.

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Another view of the super-moto style FXR.

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Unknown Industries Rider Kade Gates recently refreshed by Big Al’s Cycles Dyna

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Big Al’s Cycles owner Al’s personal Harley-Davidson.

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Another Big Al’s Cycle build.

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The line up of custom Harley-Davidson Dyna and FXRs was long.

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Valley Kustom owner Gerad “SilentG” Poepke personal FXR.

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A recent paint job by Valley Customs.

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Johnny Klein’s “El Chromeo”.

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It’s not too often you see a chromed Ohlins front end with Brembo brakes.

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“El Chromeo” stole this show with this over-the-top build.

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No detail was spared on “El Chromeo”.

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Sometimes less is more on this clean black Harley-Davidson Dyna.

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Fairings and a tall windscreen is part of the look.

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Even a Road Glide found it’s way into the crowd.

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Not every bike was super shiny.

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There were several nice custom Harley-Davidson motorcycles around the entire block.

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A pair of FXRT and FXRP.

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Scrape! Got to be good with the rear brake to be part of this club. Scrape and busted fenders are a sign of a rider that wheelie past 12 o’clock without crashing.

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Even a few hardtail Harley-Davidson choppers came to check out the action.

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This BSA chopper was definitely the minority at this event.

Clean Dyna leaving for the day.

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Another clean custom Harley-Davdison leaving the show.

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The couple that rides together, stays together. Hot Bike Model Heather Greet and her fiancé Gerad Poepke from Valley Customs.

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Big Al’s Cycles in the house!

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Shane Sheckler’s took 3rd place with his custom Dyna. Look for his build in a upcoming Hot Bike.

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San Diego Custom’s Mikey about to announce the first pltace bike show winner.

Johnny Klein’s “El Chromeo” won best Dyna.

The winner of the Best FXR rode all the way from Vallejo, CA.

To the victor goes the spoils.

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The start of the after stunt show.

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Clean wheelie.

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There was no shortage of talent on the wheelie show.

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The KTM equipped FXR had no problems getting the front wheel up.

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Uknown Rider Kade Gates shows why he’s paid to do this.

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Another shot of the KTM legged FXR.

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Up and back as the rear fender get’s closer.

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Stand back! Kade is coming through.

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Just a clean, controlled wheelie.

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Smoke them if you got them.

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The after smoke-out. If you look closely Kirk Taylor of Custom Designs Studios is getting the shot with cell phone.

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Consistency is key.

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On Saturday November 21st, San Diego Customs in San Diego, California held it’s first annual On The Run Motorcycle Show to celebrate the re-opening of its retail section. Every Dyna and FXR from the southern part of the state, and many from up north, made the trek to the corner of the Commercial street as they took over several city blocks. The who’s who of the exploding performance scene were all there swapping ideas and formulating the next build big builds. SDC built “El Chromeo”, a chromed out rebuild of Johnny Klein’s 2003 Halrey-Davidson Dyna, definitely won the peoples choice for the most exotic build. While no formal stunt show was “permitted” a few riders took to the streets as the left for an impromptu wheelie and burnout fest.
The Dyna/FXR scene is definitely the hottest growing segment in the V-Twin industry right now as companies like San Diego Customs forge the way, bringing both performance and style back to the next generation of riders.

For more custom builds on FXR and Dynas visit hotbikeweb.com/tags/fxr and hotbikeweb.com/tags/dyna.