My builds have slowly evolved over time as I learn new skills and methods. This all started with the goal of getting an old blown up bike back up and running, and turned into a passion for giving motorcycles a new life. I enjoy rebuilding older 2 strokes to be a modern version of themselves, making them look and ride as if they were a production motorcycle today.
2023 Yamaha YZ300
Trenten from Wisconsin WON this bike! This was my buddy Danny’s YZ250, and I took it down to the frame and fully rebuilt it to become a big bore 300cc electric start beast of a woods bike.
2003 Suzuki RM125
I purchased this bike already disassembled for $1000. This quickly became my most detailed build yet, with hundreds of hours involved and over $12,000 invested between myself and sponsors.
1998 Yamaha YZ125
I bought this bike for $800 when there was nothing on the market after Covid. I quickly realized this bike needed much more than anticipated, and I learned a lot in that regard from this build.
2001 Kawasaki KX250
This KX250 was by far the most clapped out bike I have ever purchased. This build got me through a winter after shoulder surgery as I plucked away at this masterpiece. This bike lived in my living room for a few months before moving onto its next owner, who is shredding it to this day.
2002 Honda CR125R
This CR125 was in phenomenal condition when I purchased it, setting me up for a great build platform. This bike was more a cosmetic build than anything, and with a new top end it ran unbelievably well.
2013 KTM 350 XC-F
This was my first “race bike”, and it deserved a refresh after my first season on it. I put a fresh piston in it and gave it an all new look.
2007 KTM 250 SX
This bike had blown up and was in need of a cylinder replate and new top end. I partnered up with Millennium Technologies to complete this build affordably.
2004 Yamaha YZ125
This was my first build where nothing was left untouched. I rebuilt every component and focused on the quality of the build. This was a very fun bike to ride that I am exceptionally proud of.