Greg Wick's Benchmark Bagger - Fresh after final assembly. Start of the custom touring bike craze? Sidenote: This is in the parking lot of current Klock Werks building before we owned it.
Good view of custom hand-formed aluminum air cleaner.
Custom stretched saddlebags, fender, and one piece filler panels with integrated exhaust tips.
Close-up of custom exhaust exit.
Stretched saddlebag, custom Danny Grey seat, one-off rear fender, one-off tank and dash.
Good view of early Dakota Digital gages along with custom hand-formed tank and dash.
Showing off nice side profile - front fender is precursor to current line of Klock Werks' Benchmark Front Fenders.
Nice high-angle shot with great sun hot spots.
Light in this photo shows off some of the fine detail work.
Early versions of Klock Werks' LED turn signals.
Early version of Klock Werks' saddlebag latch covers.
Flying the Hamster colors.
Most parts of this motorcycle were used to develop many of the Klock Werks parts still offered today.
Clean paint and graphics
Mid-length stretched tank gives just enough length without looking ridiculously long.
Close-up of dash, gages, and inner fairing
Obviously pre-Flare development and patent days. Sunlight really picks up the gold pearl in the paint.
Early prototype version of Klock Werks' stretched Benchmark Rear Fender.
Profiling at dusk.
Brian doing what he does best.
Brian doing what he really does best... being hard on stuff.
Dan wonders if Greg ever saw these photos.
Inside Michael Lichter's studio - really cleans up the look
Paint and graphics laid down expertly by the late James Mayer.