Aztec Bolting Services, an industrial tool and service provider to the wind energy, oil, gas, and petrochemical industries, will unveil another custom motorcycle at the American Wind Energy Association WINDPOWER Conference and Exhibition. The bike, created by high profile designer Rick Fairless of Stroker’s Dallas, represents Aztec’s custom service, expert specialization, and site-to-site mobility. It will be on display at Aztec’s Booth 4644, May 5-8 in Las Vegas and other select trade shows throughout 2014.
“This customized bike is artistically designed and constructed with the best materials and elite skill, which is how we do things at Aztec,” explained Larry Garza, owner of Aztec Bolting Services. The company is the premier provider of bolting tools such as torque wrenches, hydraulic tensioners, and calibration equipment.
The new custom motorcycle is a Victory High Ball that Fairless and his Strokers Dallas team completely rebuilt and customized over nine months. “Motorcycles are my chosen art form,” said Fairless. “On each custom motorcycle we create I try to do something different, something that I haven’t done before. I push myself and my team to build some of the coolest motorcycles on the planet and I am very proud of what we have achieved!” Details of the bike will be unveiled at the conference but we can say that blazoned on the side over an elegant paint job, is the slogan, “Aztec is Custom!”
“It’s completely fitting that we premier this custom motorcycle at AWEA’s convention,” said Garza. “She rides like the wind and is such a powerful and awesome machine.”
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