Check out these machining aluminum images:
Supersonic Shred – 1
Image by jurvetson
This was a beautiful machined metal rocket. It bellowed a righteous roar and left a huge crater with a high impulse Q-size motor. The fins are razor sharp to help with the Mach transition…. yet… (next)
Image by “Caveman Chuck” Coker
I’ve seen this bike at bike runs before, most recently the Laughlin River Run in Laughlin, Nevada.
The "57 Chevy Bike" was built by Arlen Ness of San Leandro, California. It was his first major theme bike. It came about in 1993 when Carl Brouhard came to Ness with some drawings for a ’57 Chevy-themed bike. Brouhard returned after the bike was finished and applied the paint. In the years since this bike was built it has become one of Ness’s signature bikes.
• Stock 1995 H-D Evo motor
• Experimental Ness frame with:
• 38° rake
• 5" front stretch
• 2" rear stretch
• hidden shocks underneath the bike
• Performance Machine China 18" rear wheel
• Performance Machine China 19" front wheel
• Bob Monroe exhaust pipes
• Danny Gray seat
• Ron Covel hand-formed aluminum body including bumpers, fins, and trim
 "H-D Evo" means the Evolution engine manufactured by Harley-Davidson from 1984-1999.