The Build for Warrior Voices
1975 Harley Davidson Sportster.
Roy Martin, of Roys Toys Customs, has built a custom 1975 Harley Davidson Sportster. The bike will be raffled off with all proceeds benefitting the training of veterans.
Roys Toys Customs has participated in the AMD Proshow World Championship, Harley Davidson’s 110th and 111th Annual Invitation Only show at the Harley Davidson Museum, and the Progressive International Motorcycle Show in Dallas.
In 1994, Roys Toys Customs was opened. Roy started with his first Harley Davidson, which was a 1994 Heritage Softail Special. After putting 2000 miles on it, he had it torn down to build his first custom motorcycle. Roy’s wife, Christy, was upset, using many choice words, and saying “you better know how to put this back together”. Roy and Christy as high school sweethearts in 1983, now being married 32 years. 20 years later, Roys Toys Customs is a family run business. Roy builds the motorcycles, his daughter, Nikki is the COO of the company, and his son Tony is an apprentice builder. Roy’s grandchildren, the triple A’s, Adrijan, Atijana and Aiden, have shown a growing passion to be future builders. Roys Toys Customs is very excited to be a part of the Warrior’s Voice Bike Build, debuting in the 75th anniversary Sturgis Bike Rally.
Roy’s a talented bike builder that thinks outside of the box without overdesigning a theme. His Creations are Paramount. He takes great pride in his workmanship.
Roy was born and raised in Denver, CO. Being a self-taught welder, fabricator with over 35 years in the custom car scene, and 20 years building custom motorcycles. Right out of high school, Roy started working at a local machine shop, West Electronic Balancing. His job was balancing the internal engine parts, crankshafts, connecting rods and pistons for many race influenced engine builders.
After 21 years at West Electronic Balancing, Roy decided to follow his childhood dream of becoming a Police Officer. He put himself through night college, working at the shop during the day, and working on his passion of cars and motorcycles during any free time. At the age of 40, Roy was hired for a local law enforcement agency. He is currently a Patrol Sergeant. Visit Roy's Website