The History of the G-Spot G-Spot Customs isn’t your typical run of the mill motorcycle shop. We’re RACERS at heart and will always be Racers. As our logo says “not old school, not new school, just pissed off handcrafted motorcycles”. I think that pretty much sums up our philosophy. G-Spot Customs was established in 1972. While I was born in 70, 72 was the year my old man began riding me around on his 69 Triumph. We’re talking a bungy cord around his and my waist and serious rides. Not around the neighborhood but 50 mile rides were the norm. I haven’t slowed down a bit since. I started racing dirt bikes at the age of 12. It didn’t take long until it was an every weekend deal racing around the tracks of Michigan and Ohio. I got my Pro Licence in 1989 but quickly figured out that I wasn’t gonna make it as a Pro Supercrosser. In 1990 I got my first taste of roadracing. Kicked a lot of ass on FZR 400 and 600’s and got my pro license within a year. That’s when I actually began becoming a fabricator/mechanic. I was broke dick as a kid racer and had to learn to do everything myself. If it broke, you fixed it. Not by going up to a shop and buying it...you genreally made it. Many times of fucking shit up two or three times before finally doing it correct. Hell I’m still like that nearly 20 years later. In 2002, I got the bug to build a custom V-Twin. However, I was gonna build it my way and do some things that may upset some but who really cares. No kits, no instructions, a bare frame and a faint idea of what I was gonna do. I can actually say that I was one of the first builders to use a sportbike front end and brakes on a rigid harley. I put Dirt bike bars on it and made a seriously pissed off hot rod that I still ride daily. As times change, you see more and more shops jumping on the bandwagon, building bikes, and trying to make a buck. However, most are no more than half ass mechanics at best and are doing it because it's popular not because it's in their blood. I try my best to put 100% into every customers bike as if it were mine. I personally like all motorcycles, I love old British bikes, HD's (new and old), Jap bikes, you name it. A motorcycle is a motorcyle, no matter how you slice it. As I shop I like to say we're a full service shop. I'm not really into changing oil and tires, theres a lot of shops that do that shit. We specialize in welding and custom fabrication. Custom exhaust, Sport bike front end kits, custom fuel tanks, fenders, sissybars, fender struts, etc... We offer full motor work and machine shop services as well. YOu want horsepower we can build it.