Suzuki GS450 scrambler AKA Desert Sled 450

This rad Suzuki was commissioned to be a simple and fun urban assault bike for the owner to enjoy with his family. Starting from a stock cruiser we turned it into a lightweight tough dual sport with a lot of understated touches. Fun is this bikes middle name!

1975 Honda CB360 Scrambler - "Tuna"

This little Cb360 came to me after spending years as a parts bike left for dead in a warehouse.  It was very rough and needed help in every category but it has been brought back to life in new form! 


1974 Honda CB550 Brat style

The CB550 is a popular platform to build for good reason.  The intent of this bike was to clean up the lines with a few modifications as well as give it some attitude with some exhaust changes.  This is a very fun bike with an intoxicating song! 

1980 Suzuki GS450 Cafe racer

Lightweight, nimble, factory look cafe racer built from a tough GS450E twin.  Original paint, shortened tail, custom seat, open triangle, and color accents throughout.  

1972 Honda CB450T Cafe/resto

This comissioned build was to give this CB450 a second chance and bring it up to the level the owner had always dreamed.  A blend of a few modifications as well as restoration throughout to give the bike a cleaner profile without taking away from what Honda had envisioned origianlly. 

Honda CX500R

A 1979 CX500 custom transformed into a lightweight, loud, and fun bike heavily inspired by the potent ATC 250R three wheelers from Honda in the 80's!

Kawasaki KZ750 twin - Build number 001

The first official build from the Brick House shop was this very sleek Kawasaki KZ750 twin finished in a lot of black.  The bike is very low, minimalist, and a blend of a few different styles of bikes all wrapped in one.  

1980 Yamaha XS850 - Triple Trouble

Triple Trouble is a very clean and understated cafe racer with the textbook profile in conjunction with the grunt of an 850cc 3-cylinder engine making upward of 80hp.  Fun is required to be had while on this bike.

CX500 Scrambler - "Ranger Green"

Ranger Green is inspired by the National Parks Service as something a park ranger would ride while out in the wilderness.  Knobby tires, high bars, full skid plate, supertrap exhaust, and clean color combo help bring the theme together.