Motorcycle Products

Sportster Street Trackers, 1988-2003
Sportster Street Trackers, 1988-2003
Body kit from $990
Hooligan Race &
Street Trackers
Hooligan Race & Street Trackers
Sportster tail $574, Racing 27° steering kit and more
Rayburn KR/Sprint Tank
Rayburn KR/Sprint Tank
From $330
Sportster XRTT Café Body
Sportster XRTT Café Body
New concept. Future kit in progress
XR750 Tanks & Tail, 1970-80s
XR750 Tanks & Tail, 1970-80s
Best replicas made in America
Storm Kit for 650
Yamaha
Storm Kit for 650 Yamaha
Body kit from $895
650 Yamaha Café Kit
650 Yamaha Café Kit
New concept. Future kit in progress.
Ice Racing Fenders
Ice Racing Fenders
Super strong, front $175, rear $150
Mini Bike Racing
Mini Bike Racing
I’m trying to get mini flat track racing started in Minnesota
Can-Am Motorcycle Owners Meeting Place
Can-Am Motorcycle Owners Meeting Place
Part suppliers and information
Phil’s Garage
Sale
Phil’s Garage Sale
Sportster 900 & 1000 pistons, pair $30
Phil's Custom Motorcycles
Phil's Custom Motorcycles
V-7 Sport and more
About Phil & Motorcycles
About Phil & Motorcycles
Phil's motorcycles and stories

Snowmobile Products

RXL SnoPro Bolt-on for 1983-97 Indys
RXL SnoPro Bolt-on for 1983-97 Indys
Hood and nose from $660
Retro Star Custom
RXL Kit for Mavericks
Retro Star Custom RXL Kit for Mavericks
RXL with TX style graphics, $660
Polaris Mini 120
RXL hood
Polaris Mini 120 RXL hood
Yamaha ET
250/300/340 Snopro Hood
Yamaha ET 250/300/340 Snopro Hood
White $345
Ski-Doo 1991-94
PRS Formula Low Windshield
Ski-Doo 1991-94 PRS Formula Low Windshield
From $240
Concept-Yamaha
Phazer Race-style Hood
Concept-Yamaha Phazer Race-style Hood
In development process. Get on report list.
Aluminum skis for
Indy and TX
Aluminum skis for Indy and TX
From $235
NOS Indy Chassis Parts
NOS Indy Chassis Parts
Tunnels $245, Bulk head $195, pans $219.
Phil’s custom
snowmobiles over the years
Phil’s custom snowmobiles over the years
Customer’s Sled Gallery
Customer’s Sled Gallery
Phil’s Race History
Phil’s Race History

Welcome to a website of an old man who never grew up and made the mistake of entering a life of racing which started at the age of 29 and continues today at over 70. I make things to improve the aesthetics of vintage motorcycles and snowmobiles because that’s what I like. If you are here, we share common interests. Read on, my friend.

I attempt to create products you can’t find anywhere else. I attempt to make higher quality parts than you can find elsewhere. And if I blow it and fail you in some way you’ll find me doing double backflips to make you whole.

In these pages I am presenting you with a ton of information. If any is confusing, needs correction or stimulates questions in your mind, contact me anytime. My e-address is phil@phillittleracing.com (new address for 2018) and my mobile number is 952-607-6063.

WARNING

  • I rarely respond to questions posted on my web page because I don’t visit my page often
  • I never respond to questions on Facebook because I hate the way it navigates
  • You can’t order any of my products on line. I have a rule: I must talk with each customer
  • The absolute best way to write me is by email at phil@phillittleracing.com

Thanks.
Phil Little
[happy reading]

Latest News

Korolewich ice bike 1 thThis is Colten Korolewich from Beauséjour, Manitoba. He drives anything with wheels, tracks and a hull bottom. He is a pretty spectacular at doing those nasty high stunt jumps while hanging in the air as he twists his bike around and upside down in miraculous ways. He can be found at super nasty mud races on an ATV with ultra-aggressive tires that does fling mud.

Dave Rand from Capitol Motosports in Winnipeg bought a couple of ice fenders from me several years ago. Just recently (Jan 2016) he called and ordered four more for his ice riding friends. Dave really likes these fenders. He says they are super rugged and last well in combat.

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Lake minnetonka, clear ice after 40 years

Once every 40 years the ice on Lake Minnetonka becomes perfect. Smooth, clear ice as far as the eye can see. Prior to Sunday January 13, 2019 Ric Jostrom, (Mountain Devil) my mechanical engineer, motorcyclist and vintage snowmobiler, from Mound sent forth a restricted invitation to all his like-minded friends, that there was to be a Cooks Bay Speedway gathering. And bunches of people presented themselves.

Contact Phil Little Racing

15612 Highway 7, #238
Minnetonka, MN 55345
Monday-Wednesday office: 952-935-8833
Monday-Sunday mobile: 952-607-6063
phil@phillittleracing.com