This eye-catching bobber is a personal project of Richard Dunn and it actually started from a 1975 Harley-Davidson Sportster. When he bought the bike, it had all of its original parts on (apart from a weld-on hardtail), so it was just a matter of restoring, reshaping or upgrading the different components that now turn it into a bobber.

Featuring 3-inch lower suspension supporting the original 7-spoke mag wheels as well as a new generation Sportster fuel tank and a custom oil tank, this bike turns from old school into modern. The bars, which are bolted on H-D risers, were supplied by Biltwell Keystone, while Front Street Cycle sent in the rear fender and Baas Metal Craft the thin seat. This last piece is actually described as being “wrapped with foam and some saddle cowhide with a tight stitch around the perimeter,” just so you’ll see the attention to details that this thing required.

Apart from the main parts mentioned above, Dunn’s blood, sweat and tears helped at making the old H-D Sportster look and perform like a one-of-a-kind bobber that is best represented by these gorgeous pictures.

Old school yet modern: Harley-Davidson Sportster Bobber Exterior
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Harley-Davidson Sportster Bobber

Old school yet modern: Harley-Davidson Sportster Bobber Exterior
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Harley-Davidson Sportster Bobber

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  (647) posted on 09.13.2010

Again, another dangerous seated bike.

  (359) posted on 08.31.2010

The frame, the engine and the color all blend into a minimalist type of motorbike.

  (1333) posted on 07.26.2010

Again, another dangerous seated bike.

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