Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Peg The Impaler (AKA Sharp-N-Pointy!)

Have you ever seen Deep Six Cycles Impaler Pegs or Grips? Keep your distance and mind your manners, these things are fucking dangerous!

Dig em!!!

Shell it out! (AKA One Off Spectacular)

 Spun up a set of these 30mm pegs and grips. Fits Harleys, I think they are radness!

Stay tuned for more goodness!!!

Thursday, October 20, 2011

D6C Gas Cap!

I got a call a while back from my good buddy John Dills. I was told he wanted to snatch up a set of Brushed Aluminum Grips and Pegs for one of his pals. But the hitch was they really needed a killer gas cap to match. So I took a minute and spun up this little beauty!

That match these really well!

Or even these!

Get you some or just check out more of our hand fabricated merchandise here!

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Deep Six Cycles Store!

Don't forget to check out our online store!!! Check out is 100% through paypal for a secure transaction!

Hellbilly Hootenanny (A.K.A. Of car show and what not)

 Here are some shots of the 3rd annual HellBilly Hootenanny! We had a blast thanks to every one involved!


Some of the rad stuff our friends at R&P Cycles do! Check them out at this link!

Jesse and Cody's full dress radness! Pure class! It was great to see you and your boys!

This bad ass BSA was there...

Oh yeah and there were cars...

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Trock Ironhead Sportster Jugs (FOR SALE!!!)

I have had these jugs sitting on a shelf for probably 8 years waiting for just the right project to come along. It pains me to sell these but I need to get up some money for another project. These are N.O.S. (new old stock) That means never mounted never run!!! As Ron Trock is no longer with us and Ironheads are a thing of the past you will be hard pressed to find big bore jugs any where! Never mind brand new ones... Check em out!
 These jugs are for 3 7/16" pistons. Actual bore is 3.425 (as they have never had pistons fitted to them!) Gasket to gasket length is 5.680". These will not just bolt up with out machining the cases, and relocating the head and cylinder studs.

I would like $650 for them. But I will warn you if you must have these they will go to the highest bidder! Email me at

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

"Ride to wreck your liver!" (A.K.A. Ballin B.D.A.C. Style!)

I stole this from the B.D.A.C. blog check out their blog and be there!

No big rides are happening this fall...there seems to be no RFL this year, everyone seems to be getting closer knit within their groups instead of hanging out with others and everyone seems to be over this whole blog adventure thing.

I say to Hell with it...let's ride. I'm working on a tentative date for the weekend of September 23-25 to do a riding bands will be hired, no Knuckleheads will be given away, but there is plenty of beer to be guzzled and plenty of good roads to ride.

Every year from around the end of September to the beginning of November a town in North Georgia named Helen throws a big Oktoberfest. This whole town is set dead square in the mountains, on a river and has an Alpine village theme. There are bars galore, plenty of weinerschnitzel, spaetzle and knockwurst to make you sick for a few days and it's close enough that the local critters make their way out of the surrounding areas to offer good entertainment. So what say we make a Ride to The River to Wreck Your Liver and enjoy the scenery of the Georgia mountains, the German beer of Oktoberfest and hopefully some non-scag women dressed in beer maid outfits?

 The B.D.A.C. Blog!

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Sneak peak! (A.K.A. I'll put a hex on you!)

Ok so here is a sneak peak at a variation of our Hex Pegs. I keep wanting to call them Tie Fighters as they are made here in the U.S.A. and the kinda remind me of the Star Wars Tie Fighters. But good Ole Boston Mike has that whole Star Wars thing goin so... How about a little contest? If any one can come up with a kick ass name for these pegs. I'll kick you a 10% discount off one of our products! Let the games begin!!!

Friday, July 22, 2011

Brass Shift Knobs! (A.K.A. Snobin it up!)

Our Jockey Shift Knobs like all Deep Six Cycles products are made and polished to the hilt here in house. Right here in the USA! They are made to order which means if you need a specific thread size we can modify the design to suit your needs.We offer them in 3/8 24 tpi as a standard. But if you need a different thread size be sure to hit us up!

Buy Them Here!!

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Stumble Steed (A.K.A. Stumble Weed!)

My Buddie and fellow Stumbler just got his Iron Head up! Check it out! Soon to be terrorizing the streets of Asheville!

Tank mods and various little fab work done by us a D6C. Now I just need to convince him he needs a set of our bars for the Glory of the Stumblers. Fucking righteous Dan!

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Awesome! (A.K.A. Those Crazy B.D.A.C)

Courtesy of Jarrod from B.D.A.C. Check the crazy fuckers out!

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Deep Six Cycles on the Dice Blog (A.K.A. Rulin!)

We got a shout out on the Dice Magazine Blog check it out and subscribe! Or steal your buddies cause Dice rules the world! Check em out!

Monday, June 20, 2011

The Carolina Rider!

Check out the article on Deep Six Cycles The Carolina Rider just put out! Thanks for hookin it up Wes! Keep up the great work!

Thursday, June 16, 2011

1964 Comet For Sale (A.K.A. Rockin Vomit!)

My buddy Abner is trying to sell this bad ass comet. It needs a little but in my opinion the price is more than fair. I've ridden around in this car a number of times and personally would not hesitate to cruise outta state in it.

1964 comet 4door 200 straight six, auto. 769-233-3351  $2800 Asheville, N.C.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Briton Bees

 The new Briton Bees website is up and mostly finished! If you haven't seen their work you should check it out. Owned and operated by a hell of a talented guy and fellow Stumbler. His work rules. How many board track inspired mopeds have you seen? I can't wait to see how his work evolves as he transitions into 2 stroke street bikes! Briton Bees