The bond between motorcycle enthusiasts runs deep. Maybe the only thing that runs deeper is the bond between family members. Scott gets his love of motorcycles honest – as a single father, his dad sold his vintage Honda when Scott was just a youngin’, in order to be able to care for him and his older brother. His dad also fostered a love of art, which was the catalyst for Scott enrolling in advanced art classes in grade school and high school, a love of which is still reflected in the clean, defined lines of his current builds.
Following the passing of his father, Scott developed a deep bond with Doug Russell, who would go on to become a father figure. Doug, who owned Crinkum-Crankum, located in Scott’s hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, mentored him for over six-years, helping him understand the mechanical workings of kinetic sculptures, fabricating, painting, as well as mastering a variety of tools.
The first, and probably by far the largest group, will be the readers who say, “who the hell is Scott Hal… Hal…” And then there will be those of you know who Scott is in the same way that you know that Dare Jennings is the guy behind Mambo and Deus Motorcycles, and that Ian Barry is the guy who owns Falcon Motorcycles. See, every bike that Scott has fashioned has been a jaw-to-the-floor, put me in a nice dress and call me Shirley world beater.
Whether you already have a motorcycle or are in the market for one, call us. We’ll be happy to discuss customizing your current machine, or help you decide what the best donor bike would be based on your size, riding style, etc. Our shop rates are very modest. Our capabilities are limitless. We just want the opportunity to build you a one-off custom bike.