Back in 2012 we got the opportunity to make velocity stacks for Kim Boyle's cafe inspired Norton. Boyle Custom Moto does some amazing work and builds killer bikes. Go check his stuff out at http://bcmmoto.bigcartel.com.
We have started a ground up build. Goal is to have it done and take it to Born Free 5. Zach is building a frame around a '68 Ironhead and making a one off narrow springer. The beginnings of the build are shown below. Jake turned down and cleaned up a stock cast rear wheel, which will eventually go out for powder coating.
During our trip to the Brooklyn Invitational a couple of us (Josh and Aaron) wound up in the slammer. To make a long story short, we were on the subway and Josh got approach by two undercover cops. After macing many of us and about 12 of Brooklyns finest, Josh and Aaron got hauled off. Apparently it's illegal to put your feet in the seats on a subway. They were released after 24 hours with no charges, just in time to miss the show.
Aaron came down from NY to visit us this past weekend and we decided that trip needed to be commemorated. Big thanks to Nathan Fish at Fu's Tattoo for stayin late and fittin us in.
Prism Moto Co. is owned by brothers, Zach and Jake Hindes. With one being a fabricator and the other a machinist by trade, it was only a matter of time before their passion for motorcycles became a company. PMC offers quality and innovative custom components for all styles of bikes.