Second, and more importantly in our eyes, is the bike he is on. You can’t see too much of it from this angle, but let’s work with what we got. The motorcycle has been painted matte black, the pipes have been wrapped, rear fender removed, and we can assume those are aftermarket bars. It’s clearly a double overhead cam, inline four-cylinder engine that looks like it’s from the late ’70s or early ’80s. Without knowing the stock bike, we can’t really say if the spoked wheels are stock or aftermarket, but most DOHC bikes from that period rolled off the line with mags, so we’re going to assume that’s a custom touch. At first glance, the tank looked like that of a Suzuki GS1000, but the more I look at it, the more I think it’s an aftermarket King Sportster 3.3-gallon unit.