The ‘A-15’ Scrambler Pays Tribute to a Man's Dog

The latest custom build from Sydney-based Gasoline Motor Co. is this rugged, off-road-ready scrambler — a 1200cc A-15 Harley-Davidson project that pays respect to the client’s lost K9 partner Angel — a Brindle American Staffy rescue dog: a rescue pup with a hunger for adventure, a love of outdoor pursuits and ultimately a catalyst for creative ideas.

Franky, the owner of the A-15, asked that the build be aggressive, edgy, and able to handle just about anything he could throw at it. And we’ll be damned if Gasoline Motor Co. didn’t deliver in spades. This 1200cc street-bike-turned-off-road-monster is one of the toughest custom motorcycle builds we’ve ever seen. Set in a scrambling stance with a heightened clearance and removal of all unnecessary bulk, the A-15 is fitted with a brat style cowhide seat and matching handles, a unique camouflage painted tank and side panels, and all-terrain tires. It’s a touching tribute to the lost pup and one that promises to remain equally as loyal throughout all of the lucky owner’s coming adventures.