Cycle Works – Time machine with V-twin drive.

The downright brazenly stark website of the subsidiary Knuckleworks speaks of such precision and clinical cleanliness and tidiness, you will want to buy the offered housing parts of knucklehead and panhead engines immediately, even if you do not have the matching bike. They simply look so perfect, as if they had been stolen from the assembly hall in Milwaukee in 1936.
And if you then go to the Cycle Works mother ship in Lynnwood, California, and enter this parallel universe, everything is different from anything else you have ever seen – your mental pistons may just seize up.