I remember when I was a kid, I loved to draw. As with any kid, I soon learned that the real skill with that whole pencils-and-paper caper was not knowing what to draw, or how to draw, but more when to stop. A great firetruck or jet fighter soon becomes a train wreck of scribbles and smudges if you don't resist that temptation to make “one last improvement” to you masterpiece. And in a funny way, the custom bike scene is not so different from your average kid's drawing, and I'm not talking about the drooling, tears and wet pants. A potentially great custom can all too easily stray into the no-man's-land of cheap eBay tack and gaudy baubles if it's owner doesn't know when to stop. But what's just right? How do you know when a little bit more is gilding the internal combustion lily? Here's a bike builder with all the answers, and a obvious ability to crown a design with an exhaust that is as much welding masterpiece as it is a last full stop* at the end of a Shakespeare play.