This entire bike was hand made here at Union Speed from raw materials with the exception of the engine, trans, and a couple components on the front end. I took some inspiration from some early Harley Davidson design cues and tried to make my take on a 40’s era concept bike with a high end feel to it. (...)  

     I would like to take a moment to say thank you to my friends and family for supporting the goal of completing this bike amongst the asinine amount of work we have been trying to get done all at the same time. I can tell you that renovating a new shop, remodeling a house, trying to complete a custom bike AND stay on top of customer work during the day has posed some challenges and without everyone’s support I would be lost. But that’s the American dream isn’t it?       
   Work your fingers to the bone and you will be rewarded for it? I’m happy to say I live in a country where I have the freedom to wake up every morning and do what I love for a living. It’s not easy and it’s an incredible amount of work to keep it going, but I have the freedom to do it and that’s American as fuck. 
- Jordan Dickinson of Union Speed and Style.

Relic Kustoms handled the paint and lettering on the gas tank, fender and oil tank. 
Mike Stodolka took care of painting the frame, fork and other misc. black bits. 
Matt Olsen responsible for the engine and trans build.

Photos and words by Jordan. The last photo via Relic Kustoms.
Union Speed and Style website / Facebook / Instagram.

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