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Supercharged Ironhead

November 2016 - “Motorcycles are an artistic medium,” says Hazan Motorworks owner Maxwell Hazan. “I approach the process as if it were a painting or a sculpture, each part is the same as a brushstroke.” Hazan built the Supercharged Ironhead like he does all his bikes—he starts with the motor and assembles the body around it.

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The engine on this 8.5-ft.-long sports bike is a 1965 XLH with a bonus supercharger that adds as much as 80 or 90 hp. Creating a bike matching his personal specifications required Hazan to manufacture each part himself. From the rear sprocket to the front hub, almost every piece of the all-aluminum bodied bike was made from scratch.

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“And no, the seat is not comfortable,” Hazan says.

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