Builder Profile: Pat Patterson of LED SLED

Pat Patterson of LED SLED

Pat Patterson of LED SLED with 5-Ball Leathers


If you watch any biker television then you probably seen this cat – Pat Patterson – Pat showcased his bike on Discovery Channel Biker Build-Off Sportster debuting on TV June 2014. And a killer bike it was.

Pat Patterson has risen to the top of the customer motorcycle world with his skills and eye for design. Pat thrives in the Sportster market with his custom bikes, complete product line and unique approach to style. Pat and Led Sled Customs have separated themselves and continue to plow a path for the new generation of bike builders.

  • First time on two wheels? Pat was like 7 or 8, and rode a Briggs and Straton mini bike and he’s been hooked ever sinc
  • Earliest two-wheel adventure? A family affair – At 19 and riding with his brother Jeff and a group of people to PA to a Willie Nelson Show
  • Two-wheel adventure? Every Wednesday night is a hardcore KTM riding adventure

Led Sled Customs has been featured in nearly every major motorcycle publication in the world with their custom builds. Pat has also led the way in the custom Sportster components and modifications. For the last decade, Pat has focused his attention on the overlooked Sportster market, chopped it up, rebuilt it, and stamped his style all over it.

To let off steam, Pat is off riding in the woods with his off-road KTM.

Discovery Channel Bike

Discovery Channel Bike

Going from mostly paint jobs to an entire line of custom Sportster parts and builds, Led Sled has skyrocketed to truly becoming the Sportster Authority. There was such a need to make this really cool, fast Sportster model into something people, at first glance, have no idea is a Sportster! Working in space that doesn’t really seem like more than 100 sq ft… Led Sled has produced hundreds of custom bikes and shipped parts not only to all 50 states, but over 80 countries worldwide.

While Dayton, Ohio, might not seem like a hotbed of custom motorcycles, Pat Patterson and his team at Led Sled Customs are putting Dayton, also known as the “Gem City,” on the custom motorcycle map. Dayton has a rich tradition of inventions such as the powered airplane, cash register, and movie projector, and boasts more patents per capita than any other city in the nation. It’s no wonder that Pat and his team keep coming up with innovative, refined custom motorcycles.

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