I wanted to build a budget bike that was show quality and handled as well as a stock setup.
In 2014 I t-boned a car on a sport bike. I shattered my left arm and refused to ride for 3 years. Eventually, One of my good buddies bought a Harley Davidson Road Glide and did a little custom work on it. I was really impressed with the way it looked so wanted to see what I could do with a Street Glide.
The most unique and creative thing I did was definitely the bags and rear fender. I started with straight +6 stretched fiberglass bags. I used 15 cans of Great Stuff spray foam and using a razor blade, I hand carved the shape I wanted. After I got the shape I smoothed it out with sand paper and fiberglassed over the top of the foam mold. I built the fiberglass fender overlay completely from scratch.
I’m most proud of the rear fender and bags.
“That bike is insane!”