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Jesse Rooke dead: Custom motorcycles legend dies after accident.Jesse Rooke joined the custom bike industry in 2002 and established himself with his first bike design,

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Jesse Rooke of Rooke Customs has reportedly died following a motorcycle accident. The custom motorcycle builder was influential in the motorcycle racing, go-karting, and custom bike building scenes.

Rooke was known for his unique designs and superior engineering. Jesse Rooke founded Jesse Rooke Customs in Huntington Beach, California, where he developed a reputation for his bike building talent in the motorcycle community

He was reportedly pronounced dead after he crashed his bike yesterday, April 5, 2019, under unknown circumstances.

Many fans and friends as well as those he worked with have left tributes to Jesse Rooke following the news of his tragic death.

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Jesse Rooke joined the custom bike industry in 2002 and established himself with his first bike design, Dinah. The late bike designer continued in the custom industry with involvement in AMA road racing, motocross, auto racing, and shifter karting. Jesse’s experience allowed him to develop unique designs for his motorcycles that he became known for among his broad fan base.

A previous accident left Jesse semi-paralyzed with difficulty walking for over two years. He decided to begin custom building motorcycles during his recovery and made a career from developing motorcycles after drawing inspiration from a Jesse James television series on the Discovery channel.

Rooke has received numerous awards for his custom motorcycles. He is survived by his partner Ashley Blair and his daughter Scarlett.

Source: .monstersandcritics.com/

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  1. I knew Jesse during my time road racing and shifter karting in the 90s. I am surprised and sorry to hear about his death. One thing I can say about Jesse, he had a smile for everyone. He had an artist’s heart and was always designing something . God speed.

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