Manufacturing Services

CDC offers manufacturing services from prototypes, small lots, to low-run production. We have our own facility that handles all of our prototyping, custom fabrication, and most production. Our in-house runs are typically between 20-100 pcs per order.


  • Frames
  • Handlebars
  • Other metal fabrication
  • CNC Mill / Lathe
  • 3D Printing

For a prototype RFQ, send your drawing and CAD models to info @ cdcmotorcycles .com with your requested lead time and target costs.


CDC offers manufacturing services for specific frame designs, handlebars, or machining for our valued manufacturing customers. Our minimum order for small-run production is 20 pieces and our tooling cost can either be absorbed or very competitive. We also offer an out-sourcing service for higher volume CNC and plastic injection mold components to meet our customers' cost targets while maintaining quality.

For a production RFQ, send your drawing and CAD models and your intended purchase volumes to info @ cdcmotorcycles .com with your requested lead time and target costs.


Examples of Private label product:

Crash bars for HD Dyna models (120 wall electric weld for strength and low cost, laser cut mounts, 100% TIG welded)



Exhaust brackets for HD Dyna models (188 wall DOM tubing, 100% TIG welded, laser cut mounts)


Stunt duty side bag mounts for HD sportster models (100% TIG, 1" electric weld 90 wall tubing for lower cost, laser cut mounts)


Complete swingarm assemblies for HD Dyna models (100% TIG, 6061-T6 CNC'd axle blocks w/ premium hardware, completely fixtured, welded, and assembled in house)


Complete front ends for custom chopper rolling chassis (100% TIG welded in a fixture, custom for particular wheel sizes, 156 Wall DOM Tubing for rigidity and strength)



CDC has in-house capability for 3D modelling mounts to improve the aesthetic look and consistency. Laser cutting is done locally at our source. All finishing and prep work is done in house.


CDC also has suppliers engaged for powdercoating, polishing, anodizing, and for higher runs, chrome.