2018 (with 1999 twin cam) Harley Davidson Custom Hardtail

What was your intended objective when you started the build?

Build an old school chopper that fit me, I’m 6’4″ & 285lbs so there’s not many off the floor that I’m comfortable on

What motivated you to start your project?

Only way to get what I wanted was to build it myself

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

That’s tough! I made the seat, sissy bar, license plate holder/mount, carb support/air cleaner mount,fuel & oil tanks mounts, front fender(cut outlaw style fender to what I wanted), key switch plate, forward control adapter plates, trans mounting plate, pretty much anything I did’nt have

What are you most proud of?

That I did everything myself with not much more than a little wire feed welder, a portaband, & imagination

What do other people say about your motorcycle?

#*!@ing awesome is usually the first thing

 

3 Comments

  • Roger Holmes says:

    Hey man I love the sissy bar & seat! I like seeing that you’re actually chopping shit like choppers are suppose to be built. Don’t get me wrong I’ve got respect for the all the guys that have the machines to make parts & build the “custom” bikes but they are’nt choppers if you don’t start out with a bike and cut, chop, & fabricate things in my opinion. Anyway good job & good luck brother!

     
  • Tammy says:

    Beautiful bike. Love all the detail work on seat and backrest. Congratulations. All your hard work has paid off.

     
  • Patty Nethercutt says:

    This bike looks amazing. You did a great job and all your hard work and time spent working on the bike has paid off. You have created a bike that fits your needs and comfort levels.
    Good work David and may you enjoy this work of art a long time.

     

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3 Comments

  • Roger Holmes says:

    Hey man I love the sissy bar & seat! I like seeing that you’re actually chopping shit like choppers are suppose to be built. Don’t get me wrong I’ve got respect for the all the guys that have the machines to make parts & build the “custom” bikes but they are’nt choppers if you don’t start out with a bike and cut, chop, & fabricate things in my opinion. Anyway good job & good luck brother!

     
  • Tammy says:

    Beautiful bike. Love all the detail work on seat and backrest. Congratulations. All your hard work has paid off.

     
  • Patty Nethercutt says:

    This bike looks amazing. You did a great job and all your hard work and time spent working on the bike has paid off. You have created a bike that fits your needs and comfort levels.
    Good work David and may you enjoy this work of art a long time.

     

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