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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. 





98 Woodman Hill Road
Minot, ME, 04258
United States


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.


Just a good ole week. Never meanin no harm...

Deep Six Cycles

What have we been up to? Well, really just settling into the new shop with East End Motorsports. Setting up the new spot, arranging, organizing and turning out products.

We still ship Iron Pony Express from time to time.

Wait, could it be? Brass Pegs that fit Ironhead Sportsters and Shovelheads? That's it man, we have them you want them!

Did I mention that we have 1" Brass Foot Pegs for Iron Head Sportsters and Shovelheads? You know the ones you can't get nice pegs for any where. They fit those big ugly male frame mounts!

Here are a whole set of antiqued or "aged" brass hand grips and footpegs! I bet you didn't know we offered so many types of finish on our products.

Here are a few more shots of the pegs. This has been a much requested finish on our brass products lately!  

Here we have our antiqued finish brass pegs on the right with common Harley style mounts on the left. One of our polished brass jockey/suicide shift knobs in the center and our brass "Screw It" footpegs fitted with mounts for Ironhead and Shovelhead Harleys.

Did you know that we still manually machine our parts? I know it's like the 50's never ended!

Some times we get requests to produce a part based on one we offer already but with a little twist to fit our customers needs or taste. Take this set of Deep Six Cycles Hexogram brass handgrips. They feature a double hex on one end.

Yes I know only old guys do it this way. Finishing up more parts and they are gone, gone, gone!

I was forced to go down town the other day... Strangely The Cobblers Shoe (my bike) didn't have anything to do with my morning in traffic court.