Keino’s Sled for AMD World Championship
Keino Sasaki first came to note as a custom bike builder when he joined Indian Larry’s business. During his time there he learnt a great deal about engine building and with Peace & Quite, which he built in his own shop Keino Cycles, that knowledge shines through.
Keinosuke “Keino” Sasaki was born and raised in Fukuoka , Japan. Just like the other motorcycle enthusiasts, Keino grew up surrounded by motorcycles, mostly father’s.
He remembers when he was small, he constantly climbed up on dad’s Yamaha 650, tried to reach for handle bar which is way too far for him, and also remembered that he used sketch that Yamaha and change handlebar and seat so he can reach on drawing.
The 93ci engine, in the Keino built Redhook frame, combines a Panhead cylinder and head at the front of the engine with a knucklehead at the rear along with an Andrews B cam, S&S Super E carb and custom pipes.
2009 World Championship – Freestyle
|Bike Name||Peace & Quiet|
|Year / Model||1973 FX|
|Engine Make / Size||HD 93ci|
|Transmission Type||Baker 6in4|
|Frame Make / Type||Keinocycles Redhook|
|Front End||Showa 42mm narrowglide|
|Wheels – Front||Spoke 21″|
|Wheels – Rear||Spoke 16′|
|Tires – Front||21″ Dunlop|
|Tires – Rear||16″ Dunlop|
|Brakes – Front||PM|
|Brakes – Rear||PM|
|Painter||High & Tight|
|Chroming / Plating||Wilco|
|Additional Info||Gas tank, oiltank by Keino, rear/shovel front/pan
S&S super E
Andrews B cam
Keinocycles’s real McCoy handlebar
Black chromed spokes on f/r
Morris Magneto, Tech Cycle starter, 2inch BDL belt drive.
Misumi brass riser, Keinocycles side mount tail light, Paul Cox seat.
About the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building
The Official World Championship of Custom Bike Building program encompasses some 18 events in total, in 16 different countries: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, The Netherlands, Ireland, Japan, Australia, Russia, Canada, Mexico and the United States.
Total public attendances at events involved in the program regularly top 1 million motorcycle enthusiasts a year, in markets worth some 20 million motorcyclists and nearly 1 billion consumers in general.
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