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Custom Builder Knockout Motorcycles Photo Gallery

See Ralph Randolph's custom designs right here and check out the Custom Builder Knockout Motorcycles feature article.

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Something tells me this isn't the latest episode of Pinks.
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Randolph did a bang-up job capturing the essence of the fighter plane in his bike called the Gunfighter.
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How come smokin' customs and hot chicks go so well together?
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Seventh-generation Jim Beam distiller Fred Noes helps slide the rear fairing into place.
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Knockout Motorcycles has made a name for themselves by building award-winning one-off customs like the Rockem Rocket.
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The Rockem Rocket has a sweet Kiwi leaf spring forks and a minimalist design.
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The sound of applause is always appreciated after a job well done.
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The arched hump on the rear adds a cafe racer feel to the bike and was a good place to show Operation Homefront a little love.
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It's the details that set a good custom apart. Here Randolph has used the Operation Homefront logo for the wheel inserts.
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After a lot of hard work, the bike nears completion.
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A group of young Marines got the honor of unveiling the motorcycle.
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It's always nice when you go to put the tank on and it slides onto the backbone without a fuss.
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When asked what it's like having the cameras on you all of the time, Randolph said that after the first ten minutes they are there that you hardly even notice.
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Sometimes it just takes a little extra elbow grease to get things right.
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Ken Lucas is Ralph's right-hand man and serves as VP of Knockout as well.
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Randolph invited a group of Marines to the Jim Beam bike's unveiling and after party.
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Randolph made the Hook'em Horns Bobber for actor Matthew McConaughey. And no, the hottie doesn't come with the bike, unless your name is Matthew McConaughey.
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The Jim Beam models got almost as much attention from the Marines at the unveiling as the bike did.
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Ralph Randolph is definitely a hands-on owner and takes pride in everything rollin' out of his shop that bears his name.
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The Gunfighter bike is based on the WWII fighter plane the P-51 Mustang.