Owned and operated by Boise, ID native Brandon Wurtz
Rawhide Cycles is open by appointment only. Work on vintage motorcycle parts, restoration and customization for 1984 and earlier Harley-Davidson and 1978 and earlier Honda’s. Parts are available for purchase on our website.
Full Customs & Restorations
From mild to wild. You name it. We can take your concepts and work together to design and create your dream bike.
"Took the bike on my usual spin up to Spring Shores Marina and back this morning. It runs like a brand new motorcycle! I love it... I didn't realize how unstable it was before. So thanks for your quality workmanship."
-Tom, 1974 CB750
"Honestly anyone reading this thinking about getting a motorcycle, Brandon and his team at @rawhidecycles are truly phenomenal, not only as craftsman but also as people! The whole experience and the amount of detail and care that they put into everything is amazing. I truly feel like I’m cruising down the road on a piece of art! To top it off Brandon brought this bad boy all the way from Idaho to California and ran through all the specs with me everything I need to look out for how to kick start it literally everything.... like who does that anymore?!!"
-Rocky, 1976 Shovelhead
Rawhide Cycles is open by appointment only. Specializing in vintage motorcycle parts, restoration and customization for 1984 and earlier Harley-Davidson and 1978 and earlier Honda’s. Parts are available for purchase in our store.
Our books are closed until 2024 for future projects. We are focused on clearing our current project queue and expanding our parts, custom wheel building services and performance upgrades. Please email for inquiries.
Rawhide Cycles / Est. 2015
Rawhide was a 1967 Ford Mustang drag car built by Dairld Wurtz Sr. of Nampa, Idaho in the late 1970’s. He built an impressive 427 big block Ford and turned Rawhide into a world record setting car that was truly innovative. In an era of bolt-on accessories and readily available upgrades, Dairld went above and beyond to build his own parts and take this former street rod to the highest level of performance. Rawhide was also a show winning car in its heyday and took home awards from the National Roadster Show in Boise, Idaho.
R.I.P. Dairld Gean Wurtz Sr.
July 13, 1945 - May 8, 1985