KLIM Quick Tour: Fastway/Pro Moto Billet Lab!

_____KLIM tagged along with some motorcycle magazines for a quick tour of Idaho's Fastway/Pro Moto Billet manufacturing facility._ - News Release, www.KLIMusa.com

KLIM tagged along with some motorcycle magazines for a quick tour of Idaho's Fastway/Pro Moto Billet manufacturing facility. As our across-the-state neighbors, we were excited to get an inside look at their operations. Frankly, we were blown away! Check out the quick tour version of their product lab.

Inside a computer brained CNC machine, Pro Moto Billet Kick-it Kickstand mounts are carved out of solid blocks of aluminum. The finish and detail is amazing.

Before (right) and after (left).

Dirt Rider Magazine's Chris Denison holds up a slab of recently carved aluminum. The missing pieces are mounts for Pro Moto Billet's popular Rack-it dirt bike racks.

With all the milling going on in this joint, a lot of aluminum confetti finds its way to the recycler.

Lynn Hodges is the owner of Fastway/Pro Moto Billet. This test bike (currently being fitted with a new Fastway steering stabilizer) has been accurately labeled by his staff. I rode with Lynn for two days on his snowbikes over the weekend and he definitely loves to ride!

The entire Fastway/Pro Moto Billet operation is under one roof. That roof just happens to be next door to Hodges house, by the way. This is the warehouse section for the axle blocks, case savers and other machined billet goodness.

Nearly finished Kick-it Kickstands get ready for the final polish and packaging. These are arguably the best kickstands in the world-holding up to ISDE abuse for years.

Fastway also offers a complet line of handguards-from full wrap enduro-spec bashers to moto-style flag guards.

Showing their off-road love, Hodges and his crew make it easy to become spark arrestor legal and quiet. Their Spark Arrestor End Caps, Silent Inserts and Performance Inserts can modify a stock exhaust into a tunable, effective muffler. Quiet is cool. And with anodized eye candy, it gets even cooler.
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Check out www.promotobillet.com for more info on their great products

Inside a computer brained CNC machine, Pro Moto Billet Kick-it Kickstand mounts are carved out of solid blocks of aluminum. The finish and detail is amazing.
Before (right) and after (left).
Dirt Rider Magazine's Chris Denison holds up a slab of recently carved aluminum. The missing pieces are mounts for Pro Moto Billet's popular Rack-it dirt bike racks.
With all the milling going on in this joint, a lot of aluminum confetti finds its way to the recycler.
Lynn Hodges is the owner of Fastway/Pro Moto Billet. This test bike (currently being fitted with a new Fastway steering stabilizer) has been accurately labeled by his staff. I rode with Lynn for two days on his snowbikes over the weekend and he definitely loves to ride!
The entire Fastway/Pro Moto Billet operation is under one roof. That roof just happens to be next door to Hodges house, by the way. This is the warehouse section for the axle blocks, case savers and other machined billet goodness.
Nearly finished Kick-it Kickstands get ready for the final polish and packaging. These are arguably the best kickstands in the world-holding up to ISDE abuse for years.
Fastway also offers a complet line of handguards-from full wrap enduro-spec bashers to moto-style flag guards.
Showing their off-road love, Hodges and his crew make it easy to become spark arrestor legal and quiet. Their Spark Arrestor End Caps, Silent Inserts and Performance Inserts can modify a stock exhaust into a tunable, effective muffler. Quiet is cool. And with anodized eye candy, it gets even cooler. Tour
You know you're working hard when you need a grip donut on your mouse!
Tell him not to push the red button and he pushes the red button. Never trust a magazine editor., chris denison