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   We have a full service machine shop to help you with your needs big or small. We look forward to helping make that much needed progress on you project or that repair to get you back on the road. 

 

 

 

 

4 Kenwood Street
Asheville, NC, 28806
United States

828-552-4707

Deep Six Cycles is a small grass roots chopper shop specializing in the manufacture and modification of motorcycles and motorcycle parts. All of our products are made right here in the U.S.A.

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The Build... (By that dude from See See)

Deep Six Cycles


  Yes, yes I know this does not have the most bitching choppers of all time. But some times you have to remember what got you into bikes in the first place. I really like this video. And at the end of the day I just really, really like motorcycles in general and riding! Weather it be in a group or all alone. I need it all. In the city and in the country on winding roads with breath taking views. Its a different kind of experience and exorcise in riding and utilizes a number of different skill sets. And I need it all from dodging pot holes in town and threading traffic. To reading a big corner on a back road and seeing the country side every one is too caged up to enjoy properly. It's also an extremely  intimate thing to maintain or build your own bike then put it through its paces. To experience all these great moments that make you feel alive. To go on a voyage and do it successfully or even fight with the bike the whole way there. It's all part of the experience. But with out that thing you have had cover your hands in greasy oil and likely cut you wide open, the world would in some way be closed to you and empty. I some times wonder if I may be at my best on my bike. One thing is for sure with out a motorcycle that I have had my hands all over with which to interact with the world. A massive part of my being is missing. Having said that I need to go look at top end parts for my scoot before it gets our of hand!!! Now Watch this damn video now!!!



The Build Film from Instrument on Vimeo.