Roaring Toyz 

Custom motorcycle accessories and Parts

About Roaring Toyz

For two decades, Roaring Toyz have been a pioneer in the realm of custom motorcycles, building parts that define quality and the cutting edge of style.

You’ve seen custom Roaring Toyz on TV shows like”Superbikes!” And in dozens of magazines–including”Super Streetbike” and”2Wheel Tuner” — our components speak for themselves. Every part is precision engineered and CNC machined, then we test them for fit and durability. Roaring Toyz has many CNC machines and the shop can produce just about any part imaginable. We also carry a wide variety of components from Performance Machine, Vance & Hines, Progressive Suspension, Burley, and more that we can custom fit to nearly any bike.

All Roaring Toyz components are precision engineered on our in-house CNC machines
And extensively tested for exceptional durability and fantastic fit

Our custom bikes are seen on television and in magazines. They are ridden by celebrities such as the NFL’s Michael Pittman, boxing champ Jeff Lacy, AMA Superbike Champ Mat Mladin, and recording artist Ludacris. Now it’s your turn to take your motorcycle to a degree of customization you never thought possible.

Robert Fisher was building and racing motorcycles from a young age. By age two, he already knew the word”motorcycle” and could scream it whenever a bike roared past his house. By age 15, Robert obtained a Yamaha YSR50 and used his bike customization understanding to on the bike, including a chrome swingarm, paint among other custom parts. Soon after he jumped up into the big bikes, customizing a Suzuki GSX-R1100.

Robert’s reputation for customizing motorcycles was beginning to grow. A year on the TV series”Metric Revolution” garnered him national attention: and suddenly everyone wanted to know more about the him and the bicycles he built.

It was not long before the major manufacturers began to take note, and Kawasaki asked Robert to customize several bikes to showcase their new models. He received the new bicycles prior to their public release, so that they could be unveiled at Daytona’s Bike Week, giving Robert the distinction of being the first builder to customize the iconic Kawasaki.

In addition to building bicycles, Robert is an accomplished road-racer. He began roadracing in 1995 and was soon winning every race he entered. Since then he has earned countless wins. Throughout his time in professional competition, Robert has raced from the legendary AMA Daytona 200 has won multiple National Championships in addition to numerous Regional Championships.

With his roadracing background firmly in mind, it’s Robert’s mantra is to design and build bikes and parts to be ridden.