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Invited to The Flying Piston at the Buffalo Chip

Roy Martin meets with Jeff Holt of HOT BIKE at The Flying Piston at the Buffalo Chip

With Hot Bike’s Jeff Holt

Meet Up At The Flying Piston at the Buffalo Chip — Builder Breakfast

U.S. and international custom builders and industry luminaries connected on the first Sunday of the 76th edition of the Sturgis Rally for a Meet & Greet breakfast to benefit Tech Ed scholarships.

The fund is an expansion of the Buffalo Chip Challenge which has been committed to bolstering the growth of South Dakota’s motorcycle industry by helping Sturgis area students develop hands-on skills and knowledge.
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Roys Toys Customs: How it all started

Photos and text by Tyler Ludlow

Roy Martin of Roys Toys Customs in Centennial, CO started working at a machine shop and worked on a lot of Hot Rods. He then took his engine balance chops and abilities into creating custom bikes. after the years as a cop.

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The average motorcycle shop owners can show you scrapbook after scrapbook of bikes they’ve pushed through shows, and the slow, grinding, transition in going from local motorcycle enthusiast to renowned custom builder. Roys Toys Customs are only concerned with the future.

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Roy’s Toys Customs Rolls into the Harley-Davidson® Museum Custom Bike Show

Milwaukee Invitational Motorcycle show and get our picture taken with Willie G and Nancy Davidson

Milwaukee Invitational Motorcycle show and get our picture taken with Willie G and Nancy Davidson

ROY’S TOYS CUSTOMS ROLLS INTO THE 2016 MILWAUKEE RALLY

For Harley enthusiasts, the biggest party of the summer happened Labor Day Weekend, as the Museum hosted two Custom Bike Shows: H-D Museum Ride-In Custom Bike Show and H-D Museum Invitational Bike Builder Custom Bike Show.

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Roy Martin Builds the Warrior Charity Bike

BY KENT ERDAHL, FOX, Denver, COcw2-logo

DENVER, CO — Roy Martin has been building motorcycles for 22 years and he recently took on a special charity raffle bike with a patriotic twist.

The bike is more than a tribute to that sacrifice. It’s also a donation that could help veterans in return. It will soon be auctioned off with the proceeds going to Warrior Voices, which helps veterans launch new careers as voiceover professionals. Continue reading