2003 Harley Davidson Bobber

What was your intended objective when you started the build?

The build a cool, fast bobber that was one of a kind.

What motivated you to start your project?

After putting over 125,000 miles on my 2003 Fatboy I wanted to get something newer.  I found a low milage 2004 Nighttrain that had been in a minor accident so I bought it and put the Fatboy tins on it.  While looking at the pile of parts left over the thought came to me – A Bobber!

What was the most unique and creative thing you did to the bike?

The frame modifications.  I cut and welded the swing arm to stretch, lower, and hard tail the bike.  I also fabricated an oil tank that welded into the structure of the frame.

What are you most proud of?

The oil tank. I fabricated it out of a piece of 6″ pipe.  It is not only part of the structure of the bike but it has a compartment on the left side that houses the electrical.

What do other people say about your motorcycle?

It draws a crowed everywhere I go.  People say “sweet”, “nice”, “bad ass bobber”, and “where did you get it?!”

 

One Comment

  • Marc Frank says:

    Excellent build, I absolutely the uniqueness a Bobber builder builds. Each one is completely a ” One Of Kind ” bike

     

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  • Marc Frank says:

    Excellent build, I absolutely the uniqueness a Bobber builder builds. Each one is completely a ” One Of Kind ” bike

     

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