November 20, 2013 | By: Chris Hagest
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of blogs from Chris Hagest over at Low and Mean. Chris is currently working on a customization for J&P’s 35th anniversary Bolt. Without further ado, meet Chris. I see no reason why a motorcyclist has to weld or cut-up their motorcycle to make it a reflection of who they are. Bolt-on aftermarket products are a great way for any rider to personalize their bike. It’s that type of thinking that moved me to start Low and Mean, which specializes in designing bolt-on aftermarket parts for metric cruisers.
It started a few years ago when I purchased some bolt-on products for my … Continue Reading