Yamaha Yard Built - Bolt 'Careys Cycle Center'
Yard Built Bolt by Careys Cycle Center
Finished Star Bolt Scrambler
Looks even better when it's moving! Building a custom subframe allowed us to mount the custom built seat and cut stock fender in a more aggressive position and really making the Scrambler look.
Number 7 was Paul Carey's race number in the 50's and 60's on the track. The number plates were in the "Must Have" list have when we first started the planning process of the Star Bolt Scrambler.
Looks great from any angle. We moved the meter up in front of the handlebars to keep it in full view when riding. With the Biltwell 1" Moto Handlebars and classic looking Kung Fu grips, and custom built seat you are in an upright and comfortable riding position for even the longest rides.
Heat wrapped stock head pipes with the heat shields removed to keep that simple vintage look. The Vance & Hines bolt on exhaust completes the look perfectly.
The paint on the tank has a heavy flake and Star Bolt emblem. A simple and elegant paint scheme with a large Star Bolt emblem on the tank keeps theme of this bike going. The flake makes this paint sparkle in the sunlight that no picture can due justice! Custom paint done by Kevin Parson.
We built this in honor of the founder of Carey's Cycle, Paul Carey, who passed away this year. Removing the belt guards and installing longer rear shocks exposed the swing arm and gave the bike a more aggressive stance and clean look to the rear end of the motorcycle.
Built in the beautiful Ogden Utah at Carey's Cycle Center. We had the front fender and the custom cut stock rear fender chrome plated. Chrome fenders combined with the elegant and stunning paint on the tank makes this bike turn heads at every stop light and through every intersection.
This bike belongs in the Rockies. A vintage scrambler isn't complete without a pair of spoke wheels. The Star Accessories Custom 40 Spoke Wheels are the perfect fit. With a perfect bolt-on fit and modern disc brakes, they were the only choice for us.
Careys Cycle Center