Friday, March 27, 2015

Pat Patterson Led Sled Customs


Photo by Jack McIntyre

Pat Patterson, owner and creator of Led Sled Customs started everything in the basement of the old neighborhood candy store back in 2003. Now with a larger spot based out of Dayton, Ohio he is building one of a kind masterpieces that are stunning the motorcycle community. He has been building bikes and fabricating parts for over a decade now and I don't see him ever quitting. Pat pushes the envelope when it comes to innovation, functionality, and esthetics. He just has a different outlook on motorcycles in general and it's refreshing to see. When you see one of Pat's bikes, immediately you know it's a Led Sled Customs build. Led Sled Customs has been featured in too many magazines to mention and has won even more awards that I would be here for days rattling them off. He wears his Ohio badge proud and I am so excited to have him showcasing one of his innovated builds at Fuel Cleveland on May 9th.

Photo by Michael Lichter

Pat is bringing the bike he built for The Horse Backstreet Choppers Chop-Off in 2013. It's an EVO Sportster built from the ground up and features a kick-only, and a magneto set-up. The entire bike was built in-house at Led Sled and features many one-off parts from their product line. Led Sled Customs specializes in custom Sportster parts and builds. Their vast product line puts an emphasis on parts for garage builders. All of their parts are made in-house and to order for everything from Ironheads to the current Sportster models. Although, some parts, like their fenders and springer front ends, are available to fit almost any motorcycle out there.

-Mikey Revolt


Photo by Michael Lichter
Photo by Michael Lichter








Photo by Jack McIntyre


Photo by Michael Lichter

One of Pat's newest builds seen at Mama Tried this year.                       Photo by Mikey Revolt


     Photo by Mikey Revolt

Make sure to check out Pat's amazing Evo Chop at the show May 9th and if you want to see more of his bikes and or get a few parts for yourself go to www.ledsledcustoms.com

Photo by Michael Lichter

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