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Scott Jones of Noise Cycles

Created for 2014’s Born Free Show, California’s biggest annual chopper and classic motorcycle gathering, this bike is a contemporary tribute to Harley-Davidson history. Builder Scott Jones began the project with the Screamin’ Eagle® 120R engine that he had won at the 2013 show. After visiting the Museum, he knew he wanted to “bring it home with an Archives-inspired bike.” Using a Dyna frame, he added vintage elements, from a 1920s-style shifter to 1970s wheels. The aluminum shroud, primary and headlight nacelle are hand-fabricated, adding to the unique look of the bike.

This vehicle is currently on display in the Custom Culture gallery at the Harley-Davidson Museum.

Noise Cycles: 2009 Dyna Custom

California bike builder Scott Jones likes to do the unexpected.  Among his inspirations are Japanese culture and the African-American biker clubs of the 1970s. "I just like motorcycles, of all kinds," he says, and his customized machines reflect that.

This 2009 Dyna Custom was specially built for the biggest chopper show in the US, Born Free, in the summer of 2014. The bike is equal parts modern technology, Harley-Davidson history, and personal flair. 

You can see this one-of-a-kind motorcycle on display in the Custom Culture gallery of the Harley-Davidson Museum, August 2014 – August 2015.

Check out Scott’s 2014 Born Free 6 Invited Builder video, which documents his visit to the museum and the sources of his inspiration!

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