Custom Motorcycles of Icon Motosports Garage Photo Gallery
The Death or Glory bike rips across the desert outside of Las Vegas.
Motorcycle USA traveled to Portland, Oregon to hang out with Icon Motosport's Kurt Walter and to check out all the cool custom motorcycles in their garage.
The Icon brand. Literally.
Another rat bike project in the collection of Slabtown Cycle Works.
Icon has future plans for the Hail Mary Full of Gas drag bike.
The Icon attitude can be found everywhere on its bikes, even on the side of oil tanks.
The guys at Icon couldn't resist the allure of wet pavement. No wonder the neighbors hate them!
A 1986 Honda VF1000R sits on the lift as the crew is busy converting it into an endurance-style racer.
Pabst Blue Ribbon may be the inspiration behind some of Icon's motorcycles.
Hangin' out in the Icon garage with their Design Director and closet custom bike builder, Kurt Walter.
The Icon design studio and the helmets of the Wall of Fame.
A work in progress in the Icon garage.
The eclectic collection of motorcycles range from a slammed and stretched scooter to an ultra-light homemade superbike.
Icon has enough drills, lathes and saws to do most fab work in-house.
Kurt Walter has dreamed of owning this vintage Honda superbike since he was young and loves the aesthetics of this period of sportbikes.
Icon sits at the corner of Marshall and 18th Street in Northwest Portland.
The Rockets Dead Glare is a Honda Reflex 250 scooter with custom bodywork painted in Japanese anime. Check out the Ninja star spinner wheels.
This Icon rat rod belongs to their helmet designer and features a heavy-duty Detroit Bros frame.
The bikes of Slabtown.
Slabtown - it's not only a neighborhood, it's a way of life around Icon.
No telling when inspiration is going to strike. A wall works just as well as a sheet of paper sometimes.
The Icon Warthog bike sits just inside its office doors.
The crew at Icon's favorite watering hole is just down the street.
How many design houses have their own custom motorcycle shop other than Icon?
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