Ask Jake and he’ll tell you he’s passionate about every motorcycle he builds. It stems from an early childhood obsession with with bikes and a love to ride. Each custom build conseptualized within his creative mind starts off focused on the rider first.
These are not show bikes... no no, but rather machines that are build to be ridden and enjoyed out on the open road. Built for function first, but once they roll out of Barnstorm Cycles, they end up looking like works of art. Worthy of display at a museum, each unique build captures the true spirit of the rider. It is this special quality that Jake Cutler possesses that has captured the eye of so many in the motorcycle industry. It’s also why he’s getting so much work! Who knows what his next project will be, but it’s a sure bet that when it’s finished, it will be spectacular! Jake Cutler is someone you will want to keep a close eye on. This local builder’s talent is propelling him onto a national stage and he’s ready to take that ride.
Barnstorm Cycles has been around since 2004 when it was established by Jake and his father Doug. Their original location was a hundred year old barn, but the shop has recently moved to their current location in a restored Mill in Spencer, Massachusetts.
The Barnstorm team is not just Jake and Doug, over the years they have added additional talent including Amy Markarian, Paul "P.Q." Quitadamo, formerly of Z&Z Cycles and the Hawg Shop, Jay Roche of SPCL '79 Fabrication and their newest aspiring motorcycle tech, Rich Barrier. Together this team is building high quality bikes that are winning the attention of the motorcycle community. Their passion can be summed up in their moto: “Built by people who ride, for people who ride.”
The Barnstorm shop is a licensed Motorcycle Inspection Station and offers parts and service, in addition to any custom fabrication you may need.
If you are looking for something totally original, Barnstorm Cycles can do that too. Come down to the motorcycle show and check out the many bikes offered by Barnstorm Cycles.
If you would like to find out more about Barnstorm Cycles and the Barnstorm team, be sure to check out the their website: http://www.Barnstorm.us
It features info about the business, their current projects, as well as bikes for sale. In addition, you can shop for motorcycle gear in their online store at:
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