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can’t believe that it’s been two decades since I launched Exile Cycles from my garden shed in the mid 1990’s. Our mission


was “to expose the American people to clean, tough European styling whether they like it or not!” Well, it seems a lot of them did like it and Exile is now a thriving corporation with a rock-solid reputation. We have been a major influence on the custom bike scene as well as the aftermarket parts industry. Remember any bikes you saw in the mid 90’s with huge tires, fat handlebars, smooth triple trees, drive-side brake, 2 1/2” pipes, etc? Only Ours! Hell, these days half the models in the HD line-up look like they were designed by Exile. We now offer a very extensive range of parts (including bolt-on parts to transform your Harley), plus Complete Bike Kits and built-to-order custom cycles - and we ship to every corner of the globe. We have not compromised our design ethic one bit: the bikes we build now, the bikes we built then, and the bikes we have yet to build, all scream Exile Cycles. These machines are timeless classics, not the flavor of the month. Hardcore, minimal, tough. If you want a brightly colored, over-chromed bike, call some-one else. If you want one that looks like the bat-mobile or some other childish theme-machine, call a therapist - what the fuck is wrong with you?


To those of you that get it, this book’s for you!


Russell Mitchell - President Biker by birth, Exile by choice


INDEX


The Bikes: Specials Trikes


Harley ‘make-overs’


The Parts: Bike Kits


Rolling Chassis Deal Frames


Front Ends Wheels Brakes


Oil-tanks Gas-tanks Fenders Seats


Kickstands


Foot Controls Hand Shift Kits Bars etc


Primary Drive Starters


Engine/Trans Apparel etc


The Details: Price List/ Technical Supplement


2-6 7


8-11


12 13 14 16 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 30 31


Electrical/Knurled Covers 32 Pipes


34 35 36


37


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