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2005 Corey Ness Interview Photo Gallery

Read the Cory Ness Interview. Son of a legend writes his own Cory Ness Interview.

The Ness family business has thrived into a mini empire.
It's easy to see why this beauty is Corey Ness' favorite creation, at least until the next one is done.
Ohhmmmmmm.... Congratulations you have just achieve the state of motorcycle nirvana.
'Look Ma, no shocks' The lack of rear suspension was one more element that kept this extremely clean machine as minimalist as it is.
This rigid-frame creation houses a Patrick Racing-built billet motor and makes its current home at Ness headquarters.
With all its chrome, billet, and glossy blue this Ness original shines in any light.
A Morris magneto, coupled with a kick-starter, eliminates the need for a battery, making this one clean machine.
Like many things on the Ness bike, the hand controls are bathed in chrome.
Chrome dust boots on the custom front end probably don’t work as well as rubber ones, but they do look cool.
Faux Panhead valve covers ornament the engine while the brief exhaust pipes wrap around to the left side of the engine.
The flowing lines of the gas tank cover the internal division of the tank into two chambers the front part for gas, the rear for oil.
Another view of the velocity stack and the S&S carburetor on the dramatic Twin. Billet as far as the eye can see.
Alright either this blue beauty of a bike is materializing like a mirage in the desert, or else somebody put something in that cup of kool-aid you just drank.
The rear end shares the front's design, with eye-catching perimeter brakes.
Reminiscent of the perimeter brakes found on most Buells, the custom rotors and Jaybrake calipers make a bold statement and expose the beautiful front hub.
There are many eye-catching components on this Ness creation, including the chromed out front end with its metallic version of rubber fork tube protectors.
Triple-disc perimeter brakes powered by single-piston JayBrake stoppers contribute to the wheel's bold design.
Electric start? It's for the birds. This Ness creation jumps to life with the kick-starter and the Morris Magneto ignition.
A billet velocity stack caps the S&S carburetor on the Patrick Racing-built billet motor which rests under the deep blue fuel tank that contains two divisions internally with the front part for gas and the rear for oil.
Beyond contributing some amazing bike designs, Corey Ness secured the financial foundation of the family business with the introduction of the Arlen Ness Catalog.