David Cantor not only represents injured motorcyclists because he is a lawyer, he also represents them because he is a fellow rider.
David Cantor started riding while he was in grade school in the early 70’s. His first motorcycle was a Honda 50 CR and he then progressed to a Honda XR75, a Yamaha YZ80, and finally was big enough to ride on a Yamaha 125 while he was in High School. While in college, David graduated to a Honda Ninja 650 (your classic “Top Gun” crotch-rocket). Following his own accident in college, he quit riding for over a decade. He subsequently began riding again in 1999 when Indian came out with their “Chief”, after the company restarted after a 50 year absence. He can also be seen riding around town on his custom Bobber / Steam Roller which has been named “Beyond Aggressive”.
Besides riding and representing motorcycle riders, David belongs to the AMA, along with the “Tribe” (the Indian Riders Group). David Cantor has also sponsored such rides as the “Thunder in the Desert Breast Cancer Ride” and the “Run with the Chiefs,” which benefited the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Youth Services Group. Cantor Crane prides itself on representing all motorcyclists. This includes the sport bikers, the Big Twin custom and touring riders, along with the dirt and off-road bikers and quad runners. Two (2), three (3), and four (4) wheelers are always welcome at Cantor Crane.