AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building
Scott Webster entered his Salt Flat Racer into the 2009 World Championship and took home 24th place.
While many builders have a definitive style when it comes to building, Leroy-Thompson’s bikes are harder to define. This can be clearly seen when Salt Flat is compared with Ol’ 37.
Even though both machines use the same frame and wheels the two machines represent very different looks.
The rigid frame has a 27-degree rake with 3″ stretch, an inverted front end from Meanstreet, and for now holds a 96″ Harley engine with turbo begging to be tweaked even more. Two 23″ Leroy Thompson wheels roll the bike.
Given that this bike has been named Salt Flat, it needed to be able to go as good as it looks and to achieve this Scott Webster of Leroy-Thompson has bolted a Pro Charger super charger to the 96ci Twin Cam motor. While pieces like 23in wheels and one-off bodywork provide add to the winning custom look.