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Saturday, November 21, 2020

Boyd Coddington Ron Simms Custom One of a Kind Prototype Motorcycle

As automotive enthusiasts, of course, you will know Boyd Coddington and Ron Simms as famous figures who have produced many works in the automotive world. 

As we all know, Boyd Coddington is an American hot rod designer, owner of the Boyd Coddington Hot Rod Shop which produces a wide range of custom forged billet styles made in the USA. 
1996 Boyd Coddington-Ron Simms custom one of a kind prototype motorcycle bodywork is inspired by Boyd Coddington's typical hotrod style. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2UDMh4Q)
Meanwhile, Ron Simms is an American custom motorcycle builder, who has been building custom motorbikes for more than 30 years and runs his business, Simms Custom Cycles, in Hayward, California.

Then what if the two of them collaborate to build a motorcycle concept? Yes, these two well-known figures in the automotive world are known to have collaborated to build a concept motorcycle in 1996. 
1996 Boyd Coddington-Ron Simms custom one of a kind prototype motorcycle bodywork is completely made of aluminum. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2UDMh4Q)
This concept motorcycle was built to compete with the similar design created by Arlen Ness. And also at that time they planned to build more using the same concept but were constrained by high production costs. 

In our opinion, at glance, the concept design of the collaboration result motorcycle of Boyd Coddington and Ron Simms is reminiscent of the aerodynamic bodywork of the BMW R12 motorcycle made by Louis Lepoix in 1947. It's just our simple visual observation on the Coddington and Simms motorcycle bodywork.
1996 Boyd Coddington-Ron Simms custom one of a kind prototype motorcycle looks even more manly with legs equipped with solid double chrome wheels wrapped with Continental tires. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2UDMh4Q)
As we can see, the figure of the collaboration-result motorcycle concept is extraordinary and clearly looks inspired by Boyd Coddington's typical hotrod style. The bodywork on this prototype motorcycle is truly special as it is completely made of aluminum. If the mass production of motorbikes is carried out, the bodywork will be made of fiberglass.
1996 Boyd Coddington-Ron Simms custom one of a kind prototype motorcycle uses a a 103 cu in (1,690 cc) Sputhe V-engine combined with a Sputhe 5-speed kicker transmission system. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2UDMh4Q)
This red-painted (called 'Boyd Coddington red') custom motorcycle is powered by a 103 cu in (1,690 cc) Sputhe V-engine combined with a Sputhe 5-speed kicker transmission system and is equipped with a P&M braking system with dual floating front rotors. Furthermore, this motorcycle also has no speedometer, turn signals, and horn. It looks even more manly with legs equipped with solid double chrome wheels wrapped with Continental tires.
1996 Boyd Coddington-Ron Simms custom one of a kind prototype motorcycle. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2UDMh4Q)
The bike is 1 of 1 and was sold to a collector in Denver, Colorado from whom the current owner purchased the bike in 2004. It has been ridden mostly around town with an occasional ride ranging in the 130 mile round trip range. The bike has been featured in several magazines and can be found in Ron Simms’ order catalog.
1996 Boyd Coddington-Ron Simms custom one of a kind prototype motorcycle. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2UDMh4Q)
Needless to say, this custom motorbike attracts attention wherever it goes. Whenever it is parked, people gather around it even when it is parked next to the newest and most flashy bagger.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops.... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | RONSUSSER]
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