Internationally acclaimed custom builders Destiny Cycles are set to unveil for the first time their latest stunning creation at next month’s Motorcycle Live show; held at the NEC in Birmingham on 23 November – 1 December.
The new Swedish-style satin black chopper will be among a host of biking eye candy – including the winners of the Built In Britain contest – to feature on motorcycle insurance specialist, Carole Nash’s stand.
Explaining the evolution of the new and as yet un-named bike, Destiny boss Vic Jefford said: “The story actually began with one of our previous bikes, Rose Tattoo, which won Best in Show at the 2010 Punta Bagna bike show in France. The prize was an S&S Shovelhead which was the starting point for this new bike.
The frame is from the new Destiny Cycles range with 45 degrees in the rake and an extra five in the yokes to make sure the trail is correct and the handling’s good. We’ve also departed from our usual gloss finishes to go with a satin black, using a new type of coating which as far as we’re aware has never been used before. There’s a pretty effective satin chrome effect on some parts too with gloss only used on the tank and fender.”
We’re absolutely delighted that this, the latest in a long line of stunning Destiny Cycles machines, will enjoy its worldwide exhibition debut on the Carole Nash stand. We’re confident that, like previous Destiny bikes to be showcased on our stand, including Rose Tattoo, it will win not just the admiration of show visitors, but many awards.
You can catch first sight of the new bike on stand 3E30 in Hall 3 for the duration of the NEC show.