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Knockout Motorcycles' Ralph Randolph lays down some rubber on the Jim Beam bike.
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Something tells me this isn't the latest episode of Pinks.
Randolph did a bang-up job capturing the essence of the fighter plane in his bike called the Gunfighter.
How come smokin' customs and hot chicks go so well together?
Seventh-generation Jim Beam distiller Fred Noes helps slide the rear fairing into place.
Knockout Motorcycles has made a name for themselves by building award-winning one-off customs like the Rockem Rocket.
The Rockem Rocket has a sweet Kiwi leaf spring forks and a minimalist design.
The sound of applause is always appreciated after a job well done.
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.
It's the details that set a good custom apart. Here Randolph has used the Operation Homefront logo for the wheel inserts.
After a lot of hard work, the bike nears completion.
A group of young Marines got the honor of unveiling the motorcycle.
It's always nice when you go to put the tank on and it slides onto the backbone without a fuss.
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.
Sometimes it just takes a little extra elbow grease to get things right.
Ken Lucas is Ralph's right-hand man and serves as VP of Knockout as well.
Randolph invited a group of Marines to the Jim Beam bike's unveiling and after party.
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.
The Jim Beam models got almost as much attention from the Marines at the unveiling as the bike did.
Ralph Randolph is definitely a hands-on owner and takes pride in everything rollin' out of his shop that bears his name.
The Gunfighter bike is based on the WWII fighter plane the P-51 Mustang.
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