Inspired by his love of rust, old wares and farmyard paddy bashers, this bike definitely showcases Tommy’s style. Rustic and authentic, it could be a bike that’s been freshly dusted off out of a shed and given a once over. “The credit can’t go solely to myself however, the bulk of the work was done by the crew over at Smith Concepts. Without their time and patience this bike would have never been finished!”
The bike started out as a perfectly running Harley, not a thing wrong with it.
Tommy decided to make this bike his own however,
and project his own style and image onto the machine.
“I was logging, tagging and counting every bolt.
I think my biggest mistake was that were was no end game in sight,
no particular vision of what I wanted the bike to look like.
I took it to Smith Concepts as a motor, frame, and a shitload of glad bags.
The trickiest part about the bike wasn’t for me;
it was for those guys to figure out my mess!
Between them and a bit of help from Rene9ade it all came together in the end perfectly.”
When he’s not cutting up the road,