• Aug 4, 2009
Lorenzo Lamas Cycles - Click above for image gallery

Lorenzo Lamas, everybody's favorite Bold and Beautiful Renegade from the 1990s, has announced a new motorcycle company named, imaginatively enough, Lorenzo Lamas Cycles. Just as Steven Tyler did when he decided to get into the custom motorcycle scene, Lamas contacted an established builder, in this case Ralph Randolph of Knockout Motorcycles, to actually engineer and assemble the machines.

So far, LLC has released four motorcycle renderings, two of which – the Reno Rocket and the Badlands Bomber – are slated for a public debut this week at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. All of LLC's machines seem to be based on production frames and will reportedly be equipped with Twin Cam engines from S&S and tires from Avon.

We're sure the timing of this announcement has nothing at all to do with the new E! reality series The Lamas Life, where Lorenzo will reportedly make amends with his son A.J. with whom he hasn't spoken in years. In any case, check out our gallery of the four LLC renderings below.



[Source: Lorenzo Lamas Cycles | Image: lorenzolamas.info]


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      idahodriftboater
      • 5 Years Ago
      it should be called a llamaha.
      • 5 Years Ago
      My father chromed the motorcycle in the Renegade show. Pretty cool. I also saw the show being filmed at Lake Dixon in Escondido, CA.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Oakley is backing this company.... interesting.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I wouldn't buy anything that would associate me with this poseur wanna-be pretty boy biker douchebag. What a wanker...
        • 5 Years Ago
        Naming a bike company after your whole name proves he's a douche and a poseur.
      • 5 Years Ago
      FAIL!

      Stick to acting, LL...
      • 5 Years Ago
      c'mon these bike are as classy as SnakeEater III!
      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105434/
      • 5 Years Ago
      Check out this Bad Ass ride....As they say, Bigger Isn't Always Better! Inspired by the original Mustang Motorscooter manufactured in Glendale Californiafrom the 1940's thru the 1960's, California Scooter Company will be launching it's new inspired version come December. This sweet little ride will only set you back$4,995.00 and it will have a line of over 75 custom bolt on accessoriesfor the DIY person.Yes, the days of the $50,000.00 bikes are over. At least for now. But good luck any way Lorenzo. Check it out.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Remember 'Falcon Crest'? :) Renegade was not nearly as good, and what has he done since?
      • 5 Years Ago
      Just the same old uninspired, cookie-cutter V-twins everyone churns out. Good exceptions are few and far between.

      Example: http://www.mac-motorcycles.com -Not quite my style of bike, but at least their designs are refreshingly modern.
        • 5 Years Ago
        The Ruby is my favorite. So badass.

        I also find several Martin Brothers bikes to be pretty sweet, although they seem to be more for show than anything else. The Patriot in particular is amazing.

        http://www.martinbrosbikes.com/
      • 5 Years Ago
      Maybe LL would do better if he revived a revered old brand as with Triumph or Indian.

      Maybe the King Dick brand can be bought:

      http://www.motorcycleclassics.com/motorcycle-reviews/2008-01-01/AbingdonKingDick.aspx

      Face it, what most chopper riders really want is a King Dick.

      • 5 Years Ago
      Another Orange County wannabe. Bent metal around an obsolete engine. Ugly, non functional, uncomfortable and damned expensive. Motorcycle company? Nah, ego trip down a dead end.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I'd like that ad a lot better if super-hunk were weraing a helmet. - Ann Seymour, author of "I've Always Loved You," a true story of ww2 in the Pacific.
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