Shinya Kimura has been building bikes professionally since the early ’90s when he opened his first shop in Japan. Now with his current workshop, Chabott Engineering in Azusa, CA, Kimura continues to develop his trademark metal work, which attracts a lot of attention throughout the industry and beyond. His machines have a raw, visceral appeal that mates perfectly with the Sportster, though he has turned his trade to bikes of all denominations. While the bike has an art gallery quality about it, it doesn’t negate its main function. In fact, its skeletal aesthetic implies that this bike is meant to be ridden hard.