This Custom Harley-Davidson Road Glide Special Costs More Than A Ford Mustang Mach 1!
If you’re a regular here (thank you!), you already know just how much we love Harley-Davidsons and custom bikes based on them. Even though there are uncountable Harley builds worldwide, only a few possess the power to stand out. A prime example is this custom Harley-Davidson Road Glide Special prepared by Southern County Customs that not only looks uber-cool but even costs considerably more than the Ford Mustang Mach 1.
This Custom Harley-Davidson Sportster Bobber Is The Perfect Partner For The Ford GT40
Right from the stunning LeMans-winning Ford GT40 to McLaren’s F1 racer in 2021, many cars have rocked the iconic Gulf livery and made headlines with it. However, one place where this livery is yet to make a mark is in the motorcycle world which leaves us (enthusiasts) with nothing but our imagination. Luckily, though, Lord Drake Kustoms has come to the rescue and prepared a bamboozling custom Harley-Davidson Sportster donning the Gulf Oil colors. Here’s a look at it.
This Sinister Custom Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Promises A Rush Of Adrenaline With Its 2100cc Heart
The Fat Boy has been part of the Harley-Davidson family for over thirty years now and it’s been a chrome-laden cruiser for most of its life. However, proving that the Fat Boy can rock the sinister charm too, custom bikemaker Box 39 has converted it into an all-black monstrosity that looks ready for starring in the next Batman movie.
Custom Harley-Davidson Street Bob Looks Enticing In Its New Bobber Avatar
Anniversaries are special occasions and it’s only sensible to celebrate them with utmost enthusiasm, especially when you enter double digits. Doing exactly that, custom bike shop One Way Machine has done what it does best, preparing a smoking hot bike, based on a 2020 Harley-Davidson Street Bob.
These Two Custom Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Riders Show Just How “Fun” Hogs Can Be
Fun is a relative term. For some, it means strolling in the park, while for others it might be, wanting to rumble through the streets on their motorcycles. Even the latter can be broken down into many categories, but mainly people who like on-road fun and off-road fun.
Ensuring both types have equal amounts of fun, MB Cycles a custom bikemaker based out of Germany has prepped up not one but two Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Riders, converting one into a street tracker and the other into a street racer.
An All-American Custom Harley-Davidson That Costs More Than American Muscle Cars? No, We Ain’t Kiddin’!
Harley-Davidsons are commonly used as canvases by custom bikemakers all around the world, but there’s just something special about an all-American custom Harley-Davidson. One such custom Hog has been prepped by Southern Country Customs (hereon called SCC), a custom shop founded by ex-NASCAR driver Rusty Wallace, and as you’d expect from a man of such caliber, the build is quite insane, including the equally insane price tag.
A Custom Harley Forty-Eight That’ll Turn Heads No Matter Where It Goes
When a hardcore biker thinks of Japan, brands like Suzuki, Honda, and Yamaha come to mind. But not many know that Japan is actually home to several super-talented custom bikemakers as well.
One such shop is Bad Land which has as many as 150 (!) custom Harley builds under its belt. Today, we’re featuring the 90th motorcycle that was worked on by the bikemaker, a super-sexy Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight, dubbed Dark Side.
Turn Your Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250 Into A Screamer With These New SC-Project Exhausts
Last year, Harley-Davidson forayed into the premium ADV space by taking the wraps off the Pan America 1250, its first-ever adventure bike.
Since this wasn’t your “usual” Harley, there weren’t many aftermarket accessories for the Pan Am. This, though, is changing and the latest company to join the Pan Am accessory club is performance exhaust maker, SC-Project.
Let’s take a look at what’s on offer.
Dark & Dapper: 2022 Harley-Davidson Nightster Transformed Into A Custom Street Tracker By ToGASHI San
Before unveiling the 2022 Nightster to the world, Harley-Davidson contacted a handful of lucky custom bike shops throughout the world to spruce up and create their own iterations of the new motorcycle, with just one condition - the engine remains as is.
One of the six bike shops was Japan-based Hide Motorcycle run by Hideya Togashi who converted the all-new Nighster into an insane-looking street tracker.
This Custom 2022 Harley-Davidson Nightster From Germany Is Nothing Short Of Sinister
The Harley-Davidson Nightster is barely a month old, yet German custom shop Thunderbike has already gone ahead and transformed it into a staggering piece of art.
Of course, it goes without saying that Harley itself had a role to play here since the project actually began before the Nightster was actually unveiled to the world.
Anyway, let’s take a closer look at the bike.
Bumblebee, But On Two-wheels? Yep, That’s Exactly What This Custom Harley-Davidson Looks Like!
In the entirety of the Transformers movie franchise, we’ve seen Bumblebee shift into a variety of four-wheeled vehicles but we’ve never really seen something with just two. And if you’re wondering how the latter would pan out, then this custom Harley-Davidson FXDR from Box39 is arguably a fine example.
Let’s take a look.
Redefining Exquisite: Cult-Werk Adds A Dash Of Mad To This Custom Harley With Lambo-Inspired Livery
German custom bikemaker Cult Werk is popular for its rad Harley-Davidson builds (check out their custom Sportster S here) which, more often than not, feature some crazy detail.
A fine example of this is their custom-built Harley-Davidson FXDR 114 boasting an exquisite Lamborghini-inspired paint job that makes it the perfect garage buddy for your Lambo.
Bonkers Build Of The Day: Harley-Davidson Street Bob Converted To A Track-Ready Motorcycle!
Harley-Davidson is a name long associated with low-slung cruiser motorcycles, built to cover hundreds of miles at once.
But when a customer walked in with one such Harley-Davidson Street Bob, custom bikemaker Rough Crafts did something crazy (we’re talking Mad Max crazy) and ended up converting the laidback cruiser to a..wait for it..track-ready, carbon fiber-laden bike.
American Bike, Russian Mods, Put Together In Australia
Over the past month, all we’ve heard about is Russian tanks, fighter aircrafts, and guns. However, to help you steer your mind away from all the violence, we’ve brought you a Russian-built custom Harley-Davidson V-Rod that looks better than any of the aforementioned Russian things. Let’s take a look.
Meet the Harley Davidson Roadster Snow Drag.
The Harley Davidson Roadster is the most sport-oriented version of the Sportster series offering an alternative to more conventional cruiser variants. This newcomer to Harley’s Sportster range may not be everyone’s cup of tea. But it is a better fit for the current market.
Now though, this roadster fell into the hands of some custom cracks and had been prepped up to become the finalist in the annual ‘Battle of the Kings’ contest. And what did they come up with to get there? A (insert a slang here) snow bike with skis belts and a mad looking electric paint job.
“She was an accident waiting to happen. 600 pounds of American coke fired iron, riding on weather-checked English rubber. Cracking femurs or rupturing internal organs were her specialties, and she had done so on more than one occasion. The Iron Lung, a 1991 Harley Sportster roadracer, was a vision of what never was, in response to a question that was never asked.” – This is how Icon presents its new creation, the epic Iron Lung.
This new mechanical beast was born from Icon’s desire to create a truly special motorcycle that has the look of the legendary Harley-Davidson endurance and circuit racers from the 1970s, but is mixed with modern technologies and contemporary lines.
Like you’ve probably guessed, the Iron lung is based on a standard 1991 Harley Davidson Sportster. Luckily, Icon doesn’t play when it comes to modifying motorcycles, so they’ve started their work by boosting the engine’s power. Therefore, the Sportster’s 883cc unit was upgraded using a big bore kit up to no less than 1200cc. The increased capacity was combined with a Supertrapp exhaust system so the end result should be fairly impressive.
For enhanced performances, the Iron Lung’s front end had to receive some attention to. So, apart from the custom front fairing built in house, the guys from Icon have also decided to make the entire front lower and wider. They’ve also added a new sub frame, progressive 970 shocks, fresh forks (borrowed from a Harley Davidson Wide Glide) and custom triple clamps.
If you like those tasty wheels you should know that they come from a V-Rrod, while the custom seat was created by New Church Moto and the paint job is signed by the Garage 31 team.
All in one, the bike’s design and specs are fairly catchy and if you want to see it in action hit the jump for the official video released by Icon.
Local Motors is a relatively new company specialized on automotive design and technology and its purpose is to create unique and innovative vehicles. A while ago, the company amazed the automotive media with its capableRally Fighter, a sporty off road vehicle powered by a 6.2-liter V-8 that goes head to head with models like the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor.
Luckily the company didn’t stop there and its newest project is a custom motorcycle named the Racer.
The new custom bike has a pretty interesting story. To start this project Local Motors organized the Custom Motorcycle Design Challenge with Justin and Jarrod Del Prado of Arizona-based DP Custom Cycles.
The challenge was to invite a wide range of designers to come up with their version of a customized 2000-2003 Harley Davidson Sportster.
More than 2,400 files were submitted for evaluation and the winner was the DP Racer designed by Andre Costa of Portugal.
Hit the jump for the rest of the story