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Cycle Monster

 

Rob Hudnut (a.k.a. Cycle Monster) is a Portland Oregon native, born and raised in the City of Roses. He has been around the scene his whole life, going to countless car shows, bike shows, races, swap meets, and poker runs with his family. His folks had been riding motorcycles before he was born. His dad commuted to work daily, year-round, in all weather throughout his career. His folks were members of the AMA and were corner workers at the local PIR raceway for motorcycle races. His dad was also heavy into the custom car scene and built a full custom, chopped, channeled '51 Ford coupe that he drives to this day. Rob got started young, working on customizing cars with his dad and older brother Roger. They didn't play catch in the yard much, but the family spent a great deal of time in the garage throughout his childhood. Rob got his first motorcycle in 6th grade. His folks taught both boys how to ride and shift that little 1973 Honda XR75. Later on, he had developed his artistic talents as project cars and bikes filtered into his adult life.
Metal flake, gold leaf, pinstripes, and leatherworking were all areas that grabbed his attention and skill. He taught himself how to weld and fabricate, and the custom ideas started flowing. One day he picked up the old trusty pen and paper and drew some how-to ideas, which he shared on Instagram. A few how-tos became more. People seemed to dig them, and in 2019 he illustrated, and self-published his first how-to book for motorcycles as "Cycle Monster." His second volume was released in 2020. More is sure to come from Cycle Monster, so please follow him on I.G. @cycle_monster. Go check out his website full of apparel, posters, patches, decals, and other goodies at cycle-monster-art.com

Rob Hudnut (a.k.a. Cycle Monster) is a Portland Oregon native, born and raised in the City of Roses. He has been around the scene his whole life, going to countless car shows, bike shows, races, swap meets, and poker runs with his family. His folks had been riding motorcycles before he was born. His dad commuted to work daily, year-round, in all weather throughout his career. His folks were members of the AMA and were corner workers at the local PIR raceway for motorcycle races. His dad was also heavy into the custom car scene and built a full custom, chopped, channeled '51 Ford coupe that he drives to this day. Rob got started young, working on customizing cars with his dad and older brother Roger. They didn't play catch in the yard much, but the family spent a great deal of time in the garage throughout his childhood. Rob got his first motorcycle in 6th grade. His folks taught both boys how to ride and shift that little 1973 Honda XR75. Later on, he had developed his artistic talents as project cars and bikes filtered into his adult life.Metal flake, gold leaf, pinstripes, and leatherworking were all areas that grabbed his attention and skill. He taught himself how to weld and fabricate, and the custom ideas started flowing. One day he picked up the old trusty pen and paper and drew some how-to ideas, which he shared on Instagram. A few how-tos became more. People seemed to dig them, and in 2019 he illustrated, and self-published his first how-to book for motorcycles as "Cycle Monster." His second volume was released in 2020. More is sure to come from Cycle Monster, so please follow him on I.G. @cycle_monster. Go check out his website full of apparel, posters, patches, decals, and other goodies at cycle-monster-art.com.

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