Zach Ness

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Zach Ness
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Born (1988-04-11) April 11, 1988 (age 30)
Other namesZ-Ness
OccupationMotorcycle designer, entrepreneur, reality television actor
Known forCustom motorcycles
RelativesArlen Ness, Cory Ness

Zach Ness (born April 11, 1988) is a third-generation American motorcycle designer and entrepreneur.[1] He is the grandson of motorcycle customizer Arlen Ness, and son of Cory Ness. In 2013 Zach teamed up with National Geographic Channel for the television series Let It Ride. The series followed Zach as he and the Ness crew built custom bikes for clients.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Zach Ness Profile/ Sailor Jerry Presents Hot Bike Invitational Bike Build-Off; A third-generation custom bike builder carving out his own path", Hot Bike, June 10, 2014
  2. ^ Conner, Blake (September 18, 2012), "NessCafé A big cup of Victory served up steaming hot", Cycle World, retrieved August 8, 2014

References[edit]

  • "Winners announced in the ultimate dealer bike show: top placers in bagger, bobber and freestyle categories beat out more than 30 customs", Dealernews, Advanstar Communications  – via General OneFile (subscription required), p. 51, April 2012 |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  • Frank, Aaron (June 2012), "Ness cafe: a mixed-media masterpiece from Arlen's Grandson", Motorcyclist, Source Interlink Media  – via General OneFile (subscription required), p. 24, retrieved August 8, 2014