JH: I try to transform as much of the stock bike as possible, to keep the cost realistic. It's not acceptable to me to create a $30K bike. I also try not to do anything too radical. I want to build a bike you could ride every day, take care of business on, and also hit the road and do light touring, too. People might say it's not "custom," but I'm doing something different. When you start from an experience, and think about encouraging a concept like just wandering, not know where you're going, and trying to create a bike makes you want to do that, that's something different. And, I think, that's so much harder to do than just making a bunch of CNC parts.