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11-28-2010, 8:47 PM

11-29-2010, 7:30 AM
Hello Everyone,

My name is Fausto and I own and operate MotoXcycle. I have also made most of the items on my website as well.

I started my company in 2002 after leaving a position as General Manager at Rolling Thunder Frames.

You can check out my products at http://www.motoxcycle.com

I have built parts for Eddie Trotta, Dave Perewitz, Cyril Huze and I sell my frames, oil tanks, handlebars and custom hardware items to Distributors, Custom Motorcycle Shops and individual clients.

There is a page on my website where I offer special deals once a week. If you are interested in being informed of these deals please send me an e-mail and I will add your e-mail to my mailing list.

My e-mail address is fausto@motoxcycle.com

If you have any comments or suggestions about the kind of products you would like to be able to buy or any other issues related to pricing, availability, specifications or applications please e-mail me or ask me on here. I usually check this site on a daily basis.

To those of you that have already purchased some of my products I would like to take this opportunity to thank you once again for being one of my clients.

Have a great day and enjoy the ride!

Fausto Simoes
MotoXcycle Inc.

01-27-2011, 7:05 AM
I just made this custom bobber frame. I wanted to make sure the frame looked like a true one of a kind frame so I did something a little to different to the neck gusset area so when the bike was finished it would always look like it was made with a one of a kind custom frame. You can see this short video of it on you-tube.


03-05-2011, 7:59 AM
To the person that left the shit rating on my poll:

Could you at least give me an explanation why you are rating my company shit?

How am I supposed to improve if I don't know why you think my company is rated shit.

06-10-2011, 5:24 AM
Here`s a video of a replacement oil tank for Harley-Davidson Rockers.

I hand formed the whole tank.


02-05-2012, 7:38 AM
Our 7/8 internal throttle is finally a reality. We will try to keep the pricing as reasonable as possible.

If anyone is interested please let us know. We made it so it fits into a 7/8 tube with a wall thickness of 0.120 inches. For thinner walled bars a spacer is needed. This internal throttle was designed around our existing 1 inch internal throttle so it has two needle bearing assemblies at both ends for smoother action.