Steed: Built to Ride

Magazine Features & Endorsements

"I've been riding for quite a while, and this (Steed) is one of the few aftermarket bikes that is really comfortable to ride. Just sitting at a stoplight you're going to turn heads."
Scott McCool, Easyriders Magazine
"Overall, the (Steed) bike is an exceptionally performing machine that will appeal to the rider who doesn't compromise on looks, style, and performance and wants something just a little different in the right places."
Rick A. Diaz, Hot Rod Bikes Magazine
"After riding a Harley I wanted more power...I got to choose the paint and the parts that were important to me. The guys at Steeds were very helpful"
- Greg 'Zeke' Swindell, Pitcher for the World Series Champion Arizona Diamondbacks.

Golden Glove Big League superstar catcher, Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez, on his Steed Quarterhorse SE
-featured in Sports Illustrated Magazine.
My Steed Musclebike delivers massive curb appeal without sacrificing ride and performance. John literally designed the holy-grail of motorcycles when he built my Steed.

Rick Allen - Rick Allen Creative Services, Inc.
"(Covington's) a World-Class customizer...defining the art of customizing"
Beau Pachaeco, Editor of BIG TWIN Magazine
"...Bike aficionados are becoming aware of the work of John Covington, the creative Moto-Genius behind Surgical-Steeds.."
Joshua Placa, Editor of Cruising Rider Magazine

Pro Golfer, Danny Edwards and wife Dee Ann along side their pair of Steed Musclebike Motorcycles in the Sonoran Desert.

Arlen Ness admiring the Steed Stealth bike

John and Art Center Alumni Willie G. Davidson, Director of Styling H-D Motorcycle Co.

Thunder Stars, L to R, Arlen Ness, Donnie Smith, Dave Perewitz and John Covington, featured guests of 'Thunder Over Dixie' ride to Biketoberfest

Mark Davis, '89 N.L. Cy Young Winner

Brook Jacoby, Steed owner, 2 time AL All-Star 3B, Cleveland Indians

Rob Deer, The first pro baseball player at Steeds, Power Slugger and a great guy.

Tim Worrell, MLB pitcher, Steed Clydesdale Owner.

MLB Star Brook Jacoby joins Easyriders/In The Wind magazine Editor Kim Peterson, and game MVP John Covington, as team members at the 'Run For Families' charity softball tournament.