The company cuts spokes to length and rolls threads on them, so they
always have the spokes they need for the wide variety of HPC bikes.
HPC has only a small machine shop area, but it is
enough for the custom work that they need to do.
(Top Right) This bare Motoped kit is the base of the HPC
Typhoon. This chassis usually mounts a gasoline motor, but HPC
makes the machine into a small electric motorcycle with great
suspension. Behind the Motoped chassis are the parts for a
custom build for a customer. (Middle Right) These shelves hold
heat-treated Revolution frames and swingarms awaiting paint
and assembly.(Right) These shelves hold the various battery
options that HPC offers, along with some motor parts.