Looks like a hang on ride
Markham Ontario Canada 2007 LE, PC111, GIpro blue, RC Pacific rims,10"/3.5" 280 Metz,Lowered 2.25,Chrome Derby Cover, debeavered,Raw Design LED signals,HID, EVO shift Kit,Chrome Dipstick with oil temp gauge, chrome master cover, Thunder Tornado Air & Raw Performance Shorty, Corbin seats, Chrome Chin Spoiler,Irate grill,Chrome Galfers,Stainless brake lines.....
That's because it's very similar to a 9!
2011, Candy Indy Blue. I call her Cinderella...in the beginning, I had to be in before sunset. Not falling totally for the mod trap, just minor looks. She's plenty of bike, and I like it the way it is. I'll hit 13,000 after MAM, and working on a lot more.
That's because its so customized it doesn't look anything like a HD. lol
Best thing about it to me is the single side rear swing arm which opens up the right side of the rear wheel. But those pipes will be right under your leg and the heat will be coming right up under your skirt. Gonna be a long stretch to the handlebars as well.
Nice looking custom however. Much more for show than for riding. It is a looker though.
That thing would be a pain in the a$$ to ride...
Not a long trip kind of bike but like the overall look. I would definitely ride it.
Nice Bike, I can only imagine the funds it took to get it to that..cool thou
2009 M109R, Dark Cherry Red, Led tail lamps, debeavered,gel seats, custom world backrest,spike grips,and pegs ,Spike bolts and accents by PPM,shaft covers by Cobra,GiPro with ATRE,Arnott air ride,Scythe II mirrors,Gregs caliper and side covers,Immortal Graphix, 300 LED light system by jtsleds.com,160 front 250 rear by Dunlop,Custom short stock pipes,tach relo and more...
That is one nice looking ride. Looks like a lot of fun for short rides. I agree with Nathan, that open side of the wheel adds a lot to it.
Looks like it has 9er front forks and all.......
In an age of synthetic images and synthetic emotions, the chances of an accidental encounter with reality are remote indeed.
it probly has the early buell motor(sprtster motor on steriods). the forks could be a vrod muscle front end. all the 2012 vrods come out now with inverted forks. i think the vrscaw and vrscf were the first ones before 2012 in the vrod series to have them.
ready or not here i come!!!
$145,000?!?!?! Uh, NO!!!!
it might be "The (ONLY) ONE" ever built with a price @ $145,000
Even if I had 10 million bucks I'd still call that just a bit rediculous
That's as much a Harley as I am a supermodel.