Take a look at the bike rod&custom site and tell me honestly; do the custom jobs look right with a rider on them? Do they look comfortable? Efficient? Do they even look perfect from every angle?
Most kustom jobs do lack in detailing.My good friend Jim Wilson who is editor of rodbikeNkustom gets on his soapbox about this quite often.But not all the kustoms lack in this area.John Youngs bikes do ride and handle very good.And my Ghost bentley is a pleasure to ride and stops on a dime with aloy rims and V brakes.Takes a lot of work to do kustomizing right.Remember it easy to just change parts---design and build is a new ball game.The kustom cruzer in a post below is a good example of a bike done right----sam
PS take courage to do a new kustom so heres to all who give it a try---some fail---but they are the ones that did have the courage to try.