Air suspension 1964 panhead custom chopper. Although you’d never know it, Aaron based this build on an Independent Cycles LOWLIFE frame. Logical to do as it accepts wide rear tires and sits long and low, like a real ‘60s dragster. Yeah dragster, as you can’t miss the obvious showpiece this bike was built around, the M&H Racemaster slick, the pride of Watertown, Massachusetts, that demands you to know it means business. If you saw a tire like this on a bike back in the day, you gave the owner/rider silent respect. Making it seem even more right is the way cool 15” satin–finish Radir Tri-Ribb III wheel Aaron mounted hot-rod-style on a ’64 Buick finned brake drum. Aaron hung that off a single-sided swingarm he fabbed up too.