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  • Featured Image Custom Saddle Bag Lids!

    The members of the  Watchmen MC have been incredible to me and Juggernaut Cycles. They have promoted the shop non-stop and have asked me to come up with a bunch of incredible projects for them to display their colors. Recently the members had their annual National get together where members from all over the country come to have a good time. One member wanted to do a something special and debut it to all his brothers at the National Roundup! He had some damage on one of his saddle bag lids and figured that by the time he paid to get it fixed or replaced, he’d pay close to what I could do something custom for. Well, he was right. We worked out a budget, he gave me a direction and I came up with a design. Once approved, the artwork was hand painted by me then sealed with clear coat by Youngblood Kustomz! Call for a quote on your custom project today! 404-551-6608

    And check out this action shot of the proud owner! Also, you can see the hand engraved Juggernaut Cycles Derby Cover!

    JT in action

    Peace, Grease and a life of Ease,

    ~Juggernaut



  • Bike Night New Schedule

    The next bike night at Juggernaut Cycles will be on July 3rd. We will then hold Bike Night once a month on the first Friday of the month. This is so we can offer a better and hopefully more exciting event. We may be doing some other type events between the bike nights so stay tuned here or on the facebook account for more info.

    Bike Night will be held on the following dates:

    July 3rd

    August 7th

    September 4th

    October 2

    Hope to see you there!

    Peace and Grease

    ~Juggernaut



  • Featured Image Friday Night Bike Night!!

    I’m tired of all the Thursday night rain! This week, Thursday is supposed to rain… again… So, we are going to change it up a bit and give some others a chance to come hang out with us as well! Bike Night will be Friday night this week!!! Come hang out, get a free hotdog and some snacks and hang in a chopper shop with like minded folks! Join us Friday 5/29/15!

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    ~Juggernaut



  • Featured Image Custom Helmet

    Here is another Custom painted helmet I did to accompany me to the Greasy Dozen Run later this year. I added a couple extra logos as a way to say thanks for including me in the Greasy Dozen. The Bear paw is for the organizer nicknamed”Bear” who owns and operates Old Bike Barn, which offers tons of vintage motorcycle parts and accessories. The 33 is for the web page Chop Cult which is the vehicle with which the Greasy Dozen operates and an all around awesome site for anything chopper. The back of the helmet of course has my shop name and the viking runes that represent the “Journey” and the other “Protection”. If you would like a custom helmet yourself, I can do just about anything you would like. Hit me up and we will get your design figured out and have you on the road with a sleek custom helmet. No one else out there has one like this and no one else will have one like yours either. Now, thats what custom is about!

    Peace and Grease,

    ~Juggernaut



  • Featured Image Highway Bars for Sale

    I have a brand new set of Wyatt Gatling Highway bars for sale. They were powder coated black and only used as a mock up one time. You can see in the one pic that there is a small spot on the mount where the powder coat chipped during mock up. Other than that, the bars are in basically brand new. The other pic shows the product in the cataloge and you can see the models which these bars fit. Any questions, feel free to stop by the shop and check them out. I will ship these but, of course, you pay shipping. $200 local pick up and $225 shipped. Thanks

    Peace and Grease,

    ~Juggernaut



  • Featured Image More Leather

    Finished up this leather mask not too long ago and just finally got around to getting some good pics. These work great. They block the wind, keep you warm and are easy to put on and take off. I can custom design one for you or you can choose any design and I can make sure it looks great on the leather! It comes with a sturdy nylon band that is flexible and adjustable with sturdy velcro. Check it out!

    Mask 1 Mask 2 Mask 3

    If you would like one, hit up the shop, contacts found all over this page,

    ~Juggernaut



  • New Items and Discounts in the Store!

    It’s Memorial Day weekend, most of us will be at home drinking cold beer and grilling by the lake, our military and service men and women are out defending our country. Remember that and remember the ones who gave all. Now, to celebrate America, we have a few items on sale and discount in the good ol’ store! T-shirts will be on sale for just $12.50 and we are down to a few limited sizes. Get yours before they are gone! We also have posted a few more engraved designs and I’m going to show off a new leather face mask design. These are custom, made to order and completely your own! Check out the pics! Then head off to the  Juggernaut Cycles store to get your stuff!

    Hit the link and get your custom stuff while you can! Many items are one of a kind!

    Peace, Grease and a Life of Ease,

    ~Juggernaut



  • Featured Image What Tools Do You Carry to Get You Home?

    As I was riding home today, I passed another rider who was no longer being powered by an engine. He was hoofing it and pushing the bike in the middle of the road trying to get it the last couple feet and into the gas station. I turned around and met him at the pumps. After our brief intros, I asked him if he was simply out of gas or was there another problem? He hoped it was just the gas but, after filling up, there was still no start.

    I keep a small bag of tools and an even smaller bag of expertise on me at all times while on the bike. I looked and listened and with a small adjustment, my new friend’s bike fired right up and he was able to get home! I fired my monster up and took off the barely one mile to my own house. As soon as I turned into the “hood”, my bike just simply shut off. I played with the ignition as I coasted as far as I could and not a thing lit up. Of course I came to a stop at the one house with the shirtless teen playing basketball and listening to rap music. I was burning up in my leather jacket but, gladly pushed my denim black burden a few houses down to begin assessing the issues.

    It turned out that one of my battery terminals had rattled loose.. again… I’d have been pushing that 900 pound bike the half mile to my house had I not had a few simple tools.

    I keep the tools stashed in a small bag I put on the swingarm. It’s a great spot. Out of the way and no one notices it, which helps keep me satisfied that no one will find it and want to explore the contents.

    Secret Tool Bag

    Inside I keep at least a few tools that might help me get home. I have a phillips and flat head screw driver, a wrench that fits the rear wheel belt sprocket bolts that have a tendency to come loose, two adjustable wrenches so I can adjust lock bolts such as on the clutch cable and a Harley specific multi-tool. I also keep extra items to help myself like the shop rag and flashlight. I also always carry at least one extra lighter and a small knife.

    For a long time I kept no saddle bags or any way of holding extra stuff on my bike. After some time and a ton of miles later, a bag of some sort for ease of carrying at least a few extra items was necessary. I purchased a small, hand-made leather saddle bag that was specifically designed to be low profile. Inside I keep a mini socket and wrench set, motorcycle jumper cables, a few wire connectors, a super mini multi-tool and some electrical tape. Almost all of these items have helped me in some kind of way on the road.

    Tools

    Of course, there will always be some fixes that will not be able to be repaired on the road but, shouldn’t you be prepared for the ones you can? What items do you carry that have helped you on the way?

    Peace, Grease and a Life of Ease,

    ~Juggernaut



  • Featured Image Juggernaut Cycles Motorcycle Show! Check out what you missed!

    If you have been watching this site lately, you know that this Saturday was the Auburn History and Heroes Celebration! During this event, I was tasked to host a motorcycle show! The Military Vets of Georgia were awesome and very supportive and did a great job of getting this entire event together.

    There was a BBQ competition with samples for attendees, a climbing wall, a bounce house, motorcycle ride, Barrow County Animal shelter dogs for adoption and Operation Atlas dogs as well! There was something for everyone. The live band rocked and the Mayor of the City of Auburn was in attendance as well.

    I would consider the Motorcycle Show a success! We had about a dozen bikes of all styles but most were of the newer Harley-Davidson variety. One particular 1970 Ironhead Sportster caught my eye. It was an easy eye catcher because it was the only vintage bike and it was just as shiny and beautiful as the newer models!

    Everyone in attendance at the event was allowed a vote. The voters chose 1st, 2nd and 3rd. I selected the Best of Show bike. The winners were given a selection of Daytona Helmets and gift certificates to the shop. I also gave each a t-shirt, shop patch and of course the appropriate trophy. The trophies were made and provided by the Military Vets of Georgia. They turned out great!

    Next time, we hope to see you at the show!

    Peace, Grease and a Life of Ease,

    ~Juggernaut