AF Cycle specializes in motorcycle repair and customizing

Storage also available at Anthony Fuchs’ shop 

By Tina SnellStaff Writer

Across from IWCO, Little Falls, in the former Hammerbeck Nursery building, is AF Cycle. Anthony Fuchs has opened a shop that demonstrates his passion with motorcycles.

Fuchs has been riding and working on bikes since he was 10 years old. In fact, he purchased his first dirt bike then for $10. He still has it.

AF Cycle offers its customers full-service repair work on engines, tires and fork seals. Fuchs has worked on small engines for more than 18 years and has the experience to keep his customers’ recreational vehicles in top shape.

Anthony Fuchs has opened AF Cycle in the former Hammerbeck Nursery building. He will be winterizing, repairing and storing motorcycles and ATVs for his customers. He also builds custom bikes and will work with ideas for that one-of-a-kind ride. Fuchs is pictured with his 1981 Yamaha Virago 750. It has been customized by removing the front fender and bobbing the rear fender, reducing weight. It’s called a “bobber.”

Anthony Fuchs has opened AF Cycle in the former Hammerbeck Nursery building. He will be winterizing, repairing and storing motorcycles and ATVs for his customers. He also builds custom bikes and will work with ideas for that one-of-a-kind ride. Fuchs is pictured with his 1981 Yamaha Virago 750. It has been customized by removing the front fender and bobbing the rear fender, reducing weight. It’s called a “bobber.”

“I also do customizing,” said Fuchs. “Most people want their bike to portray self-expression. The custom work I do is only limited to the owner’s imagination, while staying within the engineering parameters and keeping in mind the various stress points.”

AF-Sign-bwFuchs will strip any bike down and redesign it to the owner’s specifications. He starts with the basics and adds custom parts.

“Many bikers want a one-of-a-kind ride,” he said.

Fuchs is able to offer his customers affordable labor and quality service for not only motorcycles, but ATVs, and snowmobiles, too. He will also work on lawn mowers, chain saws, snow blowers and other small engines.

AF Cycle is offering a “Be ready for spring” special on winterization and  indoor storage for his first season.

AF Cycle is open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

For more information, contact Fuchs at (320) 309-1115 or email him at afcy

cle@rocketmail.com

 

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