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A Look at Brad Sinclair’s Garage

When Attorney Brad Sinclair says he understands bikers, he’s not just blowing smoke. He understands the intricate details of the motorcycle world because he’s been a biker himself for many years. A member of American Bikers Aiming Towards Education (ABATE), and supporter of local motorcycle events in Brevard County, Brad Sinclair is also the proud owner of three bikes: an original 1964 Harley Davidson Panhead, a 1975 Harley Davidson Shovelhead, and a 1980 Honda CBX 1000.

1964 Harley Davidson Panhead
The pride of his collection, Brad Sinclair’s original 1964 Harley Panhead is a thing of beauty. As the last Harley Davidson model to use the kick pedal starting mechanism, this 1964 big engine bike is quite literally a piece of history. Data suggests that Harley Davidson sold around 5,500 1964 models.

1975 Harley Davidson Shovelhead
Harley Davidson Shovelheads were manufactured from 1966 to 1984, with 45 degree, air-cooled, V-twin engines. As the replacement to the Panhead design, the Shovelhead offers a familiar look with slight changes. This model also produces a bit more horsepower than its previous counterpart (around 10% more).

1980 Honda CBX 1000
The newest bike in his collection, the 1980 Honda CBX 1000 is a speedy bike with incredible power. Brad Sinclair especially loves the sleek, lightweight feel his Honda has, and enjoys taking it for a spin whenever he gets the chance. With a six-cylinder engine and 5.3 gallon tank, this bike can get him where he needs to go.

Brad Sinclair loves his bikes almost as much as he loves serving his clients in Melbourne, Palm Bay, Cocoa Beach, Titusville, and Brevard County. Don’t hesitate to contact Sinclair Law and find out why he is one of the most knowledgeable motorcycle accident lawyers in the state.