Keith Nogy - 1989 SXR tracker

nogy2Keith is from Lake Forest, CA and sometime in 2010 he called me while I was wandering through a bank. I knelt down and scratched out his order-you know kinda like Abe doing his Gettysburg address thing. Sometime later Keith sent me these photos of his completed project.

He created an understated look sans graphics and used a singular H-D emblem on the tank. The rest of the bike is very clean and uses much black to highlight the remaining bright parts. I believe I see rear sets from Shane at chainsikle.com on Keith’s bike.

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You can find Shane on my SXR starter page. Keith popped for some what looks like 18” wire wheels for authenticity and high zoot shocks too. Well done Keith!

knogy@hotmail.com

  • [Site updated July 19]

The best flat-track t-shirt ever!

XR750TshirtPerfect shirt for flat trackers to wear at motorcycle gatherings. It’s all about the first 1970 XR750--a proper right side view with all the basic specs in text box. The orange sleeves are so right for the two-color XR imprint design and set the shirt apart from all the other white ones in the world (or badassed black ones with skulls!).

xr750-shirt-photoThe design is orange and black on an Augusta 50% cotton/50% polyester shirt with orange raglan sleeves and orange collar. I'm stocking these in only Large and XL because, well, we're gettin' older aren't we? I'm making other sizes in small batches.