Austin Weiss Has Done It Again!


His Latest Project Is Ready For Paint And Will Rewrite Some Design Rules Proving Many Wrong Who Thought It Couldn’t be Done

The “It” in this case being a 23" front rim with front and rear air ride. GUESS WHAT? It’s done.

The Details:
Lays out no kick stand on a 23" rim

Air ride
Custom front fairing with BMW HID head lights
Stretched frame
Raked neck
Custom gas tank and fuel injection dash cover
Stretched fender and bags
Bassani exhaust
2"  tech cycle primary with bandit lockup clutch
Battistini boards, pegs, shifters etc...
Custom one off oil cooler and chin spoiler combo
Streamline handle bars and frontend
Screaming Eagle 103"
Baker 7 speed and the Plus 1 oil pan
Flush mount hidden turn singles and brake lights with flush tag mount.
All this, tunes and direction, too:  4 6.5" mid range speaker, 800 watt amp, full navigation, satellite radio and Ipod hook up
OFF to paint it goes.......

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     In his mid-twenties, Austin Weiss is considered, even by seasoned professionals in the motorcycle industry, to be among the next generation of outstanding bike designers and builders.
     Austin is certified in welding by the American Welding Society and worked as a head fabricator at one of South Florida's leading bike builders, before venturing on his own and starting his own Streamline Designs in 2005. Austin's vision, talent, and creativity, his extraordinary welding ability and engineering skills, and his impeccable attention to detail are illustrated by his first bike, "Gettin’ Loose", which won him several awards.
     In October 2005, Austin won the "Editor's Choice" award for American Iron magazine and has been featured on the front cover. At the same time, he was also recognized by the international Rat's Hole.
     In November, 2005, he won First Place in the Semi-Finals for Florida's Next Top Builder for the Hardrock Tour. He was also invited to participate in the world finals at the Mandalay Bay Casino for the AMD Pro Show.
       Austin's design philosophy is one of clean, uniform and flowing bike design. His designs feature pristine lines, while concealing any hardware which would diminish the beauty of the bike's lines.  We can’t wait to see this latest beauty once it’s wearing paint.
      Check out Austin’s website for  even more on this promising builder :                 

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