Check out custom bike builder Jeremy Cupp of LC Fabrication with some of his most captivating bikes. Check them out in our Custom Builder: LC Fabrications feature.
- Jeremy Cupp looks to the past for the lines of his motorcycles and the tradition of handmade craftsmanship.
- There's no brand loyalty at LC Fabrications where the shelves are filled with American, British and Japanese parts.
- The "Birmingham Bee-liner," what Cupp calls "a cross between a drag bike and a dirt bike, if you can imagine that." Cupp certainly did.
- "Nobody touches my bikes" - the hands to tools to metal philosophy of LC Fabrications.
- It's a garage-based custom bike building insurgency. Instead of Semtex and a solder gun Cupp's weapons are steel and a Lincoln Precision TIG welder.
- Somethings are sacred. Cupp with "the only bike I won't touch," an original 1972 Norton Commando.
- Jeremy Cupp puts his background as a machinist and metal fabricator to work to build custom bikes.
- This XS based street tracker came to Jeremy Cupp with its frame sawed in half, proving that you can make "Chicken Salad" from...
- For Jeremy Cupp the motorcycle "lifestyle" means a full day’s work followed by nights in his shop surrounded by his custom projects.
- On the right track - The road to success is long and hard when you live by your own rules.
- Jeremy Cupp and "Bonnie," his salvage bike daily rider.
- Cupp's pickup needs bumper stickers but the motorcycles he builds speak for themselves.
- His first motorcycle, an XR-80, and the gravel roads he rides on give Cupp's creations their flat tracker, dirt bike side.
- Hay fields and fences - fresh ideas come from a place that is as far removed from the West Coast chopper scene as possible.
- Jeremy Cupp relaxes against a work in progress, his '61 Ford Econoline, his future bike hauler.
- The difference between "building" and "assembling" - when Jeremy Cupp wanted a custom seat he learned to hand craft leather.