9.17.2009

RSD at ASR





For the last 9 years or so I have been going to ASR in San Diego. As the economy has been tested and our industry cleansed I see less brands there and less new brands popping up. This past week while I was there I saw a very random brand in attendance that I was unsure of what they were trying to market. RSD makes a bunch of bolt on billet shit for tons of bikes, if you want my opinion i'm not really that into them. However this dude gets street cred in my book because he is down to jump street bikes on dirt rollers, see that action here. He also has a tendency to built some custom bikes that catch my eye. This Ducati was one of them. Its definitely the little details that make this bad boy stand out. I love the FMF pipe on this thing.

5 comments:

Stone said...

I love to hate him, hate to love him. Occasionally he nails it... just don't tell anyone I said so.

motoguru. said...

I'm with both of you on this one. He's really hit or miss with me. I love the whole FMF street bike thing, it's the first thing I noticed on this one, but the bike as a whole doesn't do much for me. I like the Sport 1000's, but not this one...

rob said...

love him or hate him, he does way more than build bolt on billet stuff

Carlito said...

Yeah I dont care about him either way. We used to see him at a lot industry events I figured him and Jesse R. were "partners". Not that there is anything wrong with that.

HE used to race pro though so he knows the performance aspect which I always thought was missing in todays customs.

cincocentrum said...

A hacksawed tail, some bolt on SpeedyMoto components and a FMF pipe built by someone else. Really?