Hot Rods and 


Our History

    Since being founded in the late 1990’s by Dan Thompson, Hot Rods and Handlebars has built extraordinary bikes like Herman Moore’s Detroit Lions bike and the Demented bike featured in Urban Bagger. These extraordinary builds landed Hot Rods and Handlebars at the top of the custom motorcycle world. After current owner Tim Whitney bought the shop in 2016 the team went on to claim multiple competition victories across the country. But the success did not stop there, with over a hundred awards and trophies the team at HNH continues to make waves in the custom motorcycle industry.

About Us

    Here at Hot Rods and Handlebars it's more than just a build. Our team members take each project and make it their own. Filled with passion form the industry and an intense desire to strive for perfection HNH builds the best to be the best. Whether you want insanely detailed upholstery or the loudest bike or car on the block HNH can make it happen. Our team is filled with skilled craftsmen who take pride in their ability to do the best work in the nation. And if we aren't working for a customer, we are building killer bikes for intense competitions such as Daytona and Sturgis. We have over a hundred note worthy awards and trophies sitting in our shop to prove we are the best at what we do. 


    We offer custom services done with distinction; with all in house fabrication, painting, audio, wheels, accessories, body work, and servicing. Hot Rods and Handlebars is here to make your motorcycle and automotive dreams come true. Our skilled team can tackle any project and any challenge with the utmost perfection and diligence.