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Co-op Member Chris Creech

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One of the awesome things about Bedlam Werks is all the familiar faces we get to see every day. Chris Creech is one of those faces that isn’t just there to say good morning, but also to collaborate and create.

Sam's 1980 XT250

Sam, meet everyone. Everyone, meet one of our newest co-op members, Sam.

Client Builds

So, we have had a lot of requests to see our custom seat pans on finished bikes, and several of our loyal clients have graciously sent us over images of their project builds with our parts applied.

Build Progress #KSmithbike

 

I'm excited to introduce a new project to our To Do list. A customer has contacted us to do an almost complete build on a 1999 Yamaha XT 600.

Sam's Build Continued

 

You don’t meet people like Sam every day. When he began coming to the shop, the first thing everyone noticed was his friendly disposition and openness towards others. He’s been one of our most consistent members in the club.

New Build

 

I'm excited to introduce a new project to our To Do list. A customer has contacted us to do an almost complete build on a 1999 Yamaha XT 600.

Mods vs. Rockers

Rockers. Characterized by leather jackets, boots, motorcycles, pompadours, and rock and roll.
Mods. Identified by their clean cut suits, their taste for rhythm and blues, and their stylish scooters.

Handbuilt Show 2016

Big things are happening for Bedlam Werks this spring! As of right now, our lead fabricator and mechanic Travis and James, are in Austin, Texas for the 2016 Handbuilt Motorcycle Show, hosted by Revival Cycles

Barber Vintage 2015

Barber Vintage Festival is one of our biggest events of the year, and I'm happy to say that 2015 did not disappoint! This year was our first year as a vendor in Ace Corner and our debut of two brand new Bedlam Werks bikes, a custom Yamaha XT600 and a Triumph Bonneville T100.

Wheels and Wings - June

I think our June Wheels and Wings was my favorite so far. It's great seeing once unfamiliar, now friendly faces show up every month! We were entertained by the soulful sounds of Tre Powell and the Big Smooth, and as always, the food did not fail to satisfy.

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