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If you have a cool bike and I agree, I'll put it up.  Take a good side view and send it in.  Bikes only
no riders and in jpg format.

I'm way behind in updating this page and because of this I've moved most of this to our Facebook page.  If you really need
a place to post a pic of your bike, eMail me and I'll put it up here when I get to it...
This is the same bike in pic to the left but with updated wheels, brakes and front suspension.
Stan and his 1975 Suzuki GT750 Café racer from Maastricht, The Netherlands.  This has
to be one of the nicest GT750s ever and I'm proud to have one of my rectifiers and
voltage regulators on it. The pic on the left is the same bike to the left but with updated
wheels, brakes and front suspension.  Stan was one of my first beta testers and was very
helpful with the design of the voltage regulator mounting plates and this is why he is the
only one to have earned the honer to be pictured here with his bike.
My old XS11 Mongrel and test bike for
the rectifier / regulator units.
 It's a
good thing it runs better than it looks.  I
sold this bike to my cousin and he's
planning to upgrade the looks.  I rode it
for 3 years and only washed it once.
This is another XS11 club bike from
NW Washington state.  It started out
as a 1979 standard model and is
slightly modified and highly detailed.
It's what I would like my other XS11
to look like when it's done.
A 1980 XS11 standard in Australia and
a find example of how the rest of the
world got nicer looking bikes than we
did here in the USA.  Notice the black
engine, they were never sold that way
here...
A very nice custom 1978 XS11 in the
twin cities area of northern, MN.  It has
a rare Super Wedge Faring and has been
a daily driver for the past 22 years for
the original owner.
Yet another very nice XS11 owned by a
XS11 club member Scott in Michigan.
This CB1000 belongs to the fellow that
owns the Red Honda Dream pictured
below.
Another very nice XS11 owned by a
member of the XS11 club but I don't
remember where the bike and rider
are from
A very nice Honda 305 Dream from
Louisiana and it is now equipped with
one of my rectifiers. I recently heard
from this fellow and he and his bikes
survived the hurricanes.
Another nice Honda Dream, this one is in
Sacramento, CA and it is now equipped
with one of my rectifiers.
This is a very rare Honda CB450 Police
special that is now equipped with one of
my rectifiers.
This bike and the one to the right both
belong to Joe C here in the Portland
area.  Joe is planning to put in a 650
engine and a new front end on this bike.
A very nice 1972 CB350 from Alabama
and now equipped with one of my
rectifiers.
CB550 former road racer and also belongs
to Joe C here in the Portland area.  I saw
this bike run at PIR in the early 1980s. It's
pretty fast for a vintage 550.
This 1981 Honda CB750F was one of my
former project bikes.
This is a very nice old Suzuki X6 in OK.
Another nice Honda CB350 with that is
running one of my rectifiers.
This nice CB650 Custom belongs to Ray in
Michigan.  While it doesn’t have any of my
electrical parts on it, it has a bunch of stuff
from a CB650 project bike of mine that I
decided to parted out.
Philippe in Bruz, France owns this very
nice CB250 and it’s obviously a European
model, as the CB250 was never sold in the
USA.  It is now equipped with one of my
rectifiers and charging well.
This very sharp CB400F is owned by Tom
in Southern, CA and is now equipped with
one of my rectifiers and regulators
This very nice GS550E is owned by
Chad in Ohio.
This sweet 1973 H1 belongs to Joe in
Indiana.
This is John racing his CB160 at Louden
NH.  This bike is charging fine with one
of my rectifiers
This bike belongs to Pete in Canada and
his daughter Julia is at the controls.  
Pete's other bike is equipped with one of
my rectifiers.
This unusual Honda 305 Dream belongs
to Hagan in Florida.  He has installed
one of my rectifiers on both of his old
Hondas.
Rodger in the UK has beautifully
restored this 1966 CB77 305cc
Honda.  In my 20 plus years in the bike
business I've not seen a nicer one.
This bike belongs to Dennis in
Wisconsin. It is the nicest 305 Scrambler
I've seen in a very long time.
This very nice CB750 café racer
belongs to Mark in California.  It's
now charging properly with one of
my rectifiers.
This sweet 1976 CB750 belongs to Kevin
in Arkansas and is now charging properly
with one of my voltage regulators...
An unusual KZ400 chopper in MA and
now equipped with one of my rectifiers
This very nice CB 160 belongs to
Jerry in Canada.  It's charging well
with one of my rectifiers installed.
This very nice Yamaha 650 southern
style chopper was built by Jim
somewhere in the Ozarks.  It's charging
well with one of my rectifiers and
voltage regulators.
1977 Yamaha XS750 triple.  This is a
friend’s bike that I helped fix up.  It had
sat for over 10 years when he got it.
The Lady in SW Washington state that
owns this tricked out RD350 must ride it
fast.  I couldn't imagine any one having a
bike like this and only putting around on
it.  The orange RD350 in the
background is getting one of my
VRR2-U1 reg/reg units.
This nicely restored 1974 CB750
from Gorgia has one of my voltage
regulators.
This old BMW from North Carolina is
now equipped with one with one of my
rectifiers.  It's custom wired to take one
of my R2-55a rectifiers.
This sweet RD350 is running around
Minnesota with one of my voltage
regulators.
This beautifully restored CB550 Honda
from up-state NY  is charging well with
one of my rectifiers and voltage
regulators.
This is a 350cc Areomachi Sprint Ala
Verde replica.  Chris (also here in
Oregon) spent 6 years building this
beautiful bike.  It has a Honda charging
system with one of my rectifiers.  As a
side note, Chris was a customer at my
old shop and bought out all the Sprint
parts I had when I closed out of them
around 25 years ago.  So there may be
another part or 2 on it that he got from
me.
This beautiful 1968 CB450 is running
around the bay area of California and
charging well with one of my rectifiers.
This 1977 KZ650 Clubman is
charging well with one of my rectifiers
This sweet 1972 GT750 Suzuki is
charging well with one of my rectifiers.
I don't know much about this bike
but other than it's a nice example of a
SOHC CB550
This nice CB750 from snow country in
central Oregon is running one of my
rectifiers.
This sweet 1968 CB175 is charging
well with one of my rectifiers
This sweet SOHC CB750 is one of
the nicest ones in western
Taxachusetts.  It's charging well with
an OMP regulator and rectifier.
This sweet looking CB650
NightHawk is charging well with a
VRR4-H2 regulator/rectifier unit.
Bruce's 1979 Yamaha XS750 special,
with a OMP VRR4-XS  reg/rec in
Connecticut, USA. Running sweet,
looking good and charging well.
This SOHC CB750 chopper from the
Seattle, WA area is running a OMP
regulator and rectifier.
This sweet GT750 is owned by John
R and is running both a rectifier and
regulator from us here at OMP.
Read his comments in the feedback
section of the About
OMP page.
This sweet 305 Dream belongs to
George and he has installed one of my
rectifiers on it.
This very nice CB350/4 in Germany is
charging well with an OMP regulator
and rectifier.
Yet another Suzuki water buffalo
charging well with an OMP regulator
and rectifier.
This sweet CB900f is charging well
with an OMP VRR4 series
regulator/rectifier unit.
This very nice CB400f is owned by
Chuck and is running and OMP
regulator and rectifier.
This sweet KZ650 is running around
somewhere in Ohio and charging
well with a OMP rectifier.
This sweet R5 Yamaha is running
around Holland and charging well
with one of my voltage regulators.
This cute little ST90 is charging well
with one of my rectifiers.
This Honda 185 Twinstar is owned by
Ryan in BC, Canada and is charging
well with an OMP R42a1-M.
This very nice CB350 is owned by
Mike in Toronto, Canada and is
charging well with a R42a1 rectifier.
This sweet 1979 XS11 is owned by
Eric in Manila.  It is charging well
with a VRR3-XS and it has the only
OMP charging system part I know
of in the Philippines.
A Sweet custom CB750 Honda built by
the guys at Twinline Cycles in Seattle.  I
think it's extra cool be cause it has and
OMP regulator and rectifier.
Here's my new ride.  It's a very clean
1975 Honda Goldwing with a 1980
GL1100 engine.  I plan to use this bike
to test a reg/rec unit and electronic
ignition modules  for GL series Hondas
This very nice XJ1100 is owned by
Cody in the XS11/XJ1100 club at
XS11.com.
This 1975 CB750 was built by Chris
in Seattle.  It has an 850 kit and goes
and good as it looks.
This fast little RD350 belongs to Nate
in Michigan and is charging well with
one of our VRR5 reg/rec units.
This very nice CA77 is owned by
Albano in Portugal and is charging
well with one of our R42a2 rectifiers.
This very nice XS2 Yamaha 650
twin is owned by Santiago in Texas
and is charging well with an OMP
regulator and rectifier.
This Bike Belongs to Chris H and
is charging well with an OMP
regulator and rectifier.
This very nice CB550 belongs to Bill
in California and is charging will with
an OMP regulator and rectifier.
This Sweet 1975 belongs to Eric in
California and is charging well with
one of my rectifiers.
Mike's 1978 GL1000 is charging great
with one of my regualtor/rectiifer units.
This CB350 belongs to Shane here in
Oregon and is charging well with one
of my rectifiers.
This pink KZ650 belongs to
Bridgette and is charging well with
one of my rectifiers.
Graham's RD 350 is charging well with
one of my regulators and rectifier.