One lucky person will be the proud owner of a 2012 V Star 950 customized by Chris Hagest and his crew at Low and Mean.
The bike will be unveiled to the public for the first time at the Laughlin River Run on April 25, 2012. After that this fully customized V Star can be seen in the Star display at many of this year’s major outdoor motorcycle events, and on the Star Motorcycles website.
The custom V Star 950 features custom paint, Low and Mean fenders and side bag, LeoVince Pipes, Ride Wright wheels, Burley bars, Platinum air ride suspension, Arc Audio sound system, Radiantz LED Lighting and many genuine STAR accessories brought together by the crew at Low and Mean.
“Whether you’re riding to work or entering your V Star 950 in a Custom Motorcycle Show, you don’t need a big cc motorcycle to look Low and Mean. Many of these modifications can be done by any V Star 950 owner,” said Low and Mean owner Chris Hagest, who has chronicled the entire build with detailed and easy-to-follow videos and documentation at www.lowandmean.com.
“It’s truly amazing to see what Chris has done with the V Star 950 as his canvas,” said David Docktor, Star Motorcycles Marketing Manager. “Like the V Star 950, this is just one example of the extent of personalization that can be done easily with any of our Star Motorcycles.”
The sweepstakes began on April 16 and continues through Nov 1, 2012. Detailed information on the sweepstakes including how to enter can be found at www.starmotorcycles.com/vstar950sweepstakes.
I MADE IT DOWN THERE AND SAW IT. VERY PRETTY, JUST DON’T GO ON A BMW 1200 GS RIDE WITH IT. A WORK OF ART.