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THE OFFICIAL MAGAZINE OF THE
WIDOWS SONS

INTERNATIONAL MASONIC RIDERS ASSOCIATION

 

the BAGSTER
Combining old and new school creativity
by Bro. Christopher "Ink"  Buduo Sr.
President
Seven Hills Chapter
MA Widows Sons

This 1996 Sportster is customized by myself painted by myself and loved by many.  The engine started off as a 883 but a 1200 kit with racing cams and a Buell Lightning ignition gave it a few more horses.  In the first picture in the second row, you see how I purchased the bike a plain black Sportster.  

Not long after I wanted to paint it so I went with Viper blue with ghost flames and a familiar logo on the rear fender.  A year later and many new accessories later, comes the third paint job. Flat Black with Viper blue flames as well as the



"the BAGSTER"

  S & C.  With this paint job came the Suicide shifter and foot clutch (which the bike still has today), the hard bags and a front windshield and later comes a front fairing,  and a couple months ago came the most recent paint job of Black and Yellow with an air brush job of the crossed Gavel and Trowel with the working tools and sprig of acacia.  

There has been many changes of the bike from the wheels to the tank & fenders, blacking out the chrome, handlebars have gone from drag to apes, all the lights have been changed and nothing stays the same for long.  But what I can say is it's mine and everything done to it since I purchased it has been done by myself.  

I always include my love of the Fraternity and the Widows Sons to give me inspiration for her. She is very road worthy, I just rode over 2200 miles from Mass to Kentucky and Back.  

Started as a Sportster now I call her the Baggster, which I customized by myself, painted by myself , and she is loved by many.  The engine started off as a 883 but a 1200 kit with racing cams and a Buell Lightning ignition gave it a few more horses.  

In the first picture in the second row, you see how I purchased the bike a plain black Sportster.  Not long afterwards, I wanted to paint it so I went with Viper blue with ghost flames and a familiar logo on the rear fender.  of course a year later and many new accessories comes the third paint job. Flat Black with Viper blue flames as well as the S & C, and with this paint job came the Suicide shifter and foot clutch (which the bike still has today), the hard bags and a front windshield, which later became the front fairing.  

No long ago, She was given her most recent paint job of Black and Yellow with an air brush job of the crossed Gavel and Trowel with the working tools and sprig of acacia.  There has been many changes of the bike from the wheels to the tank & fenders, blacking out the chrome, handlebars have gone from drag to apes, all the lights have been changed nothing stays the same.  But what I can say is it's mine and everything done to it since I purchased it has been done by myself.  

I always include my love of the Fraternity and of the Widows Sons to give me inspiration for her.  and if your wondering if she is road worthy, I just rode over 2200 miles from Mass to Kentucky and Back.  Started as a Sportster now I call her the Baggster.


"the Bagster"

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