Phil Manzi from Tampa, Florida, sent us in a photo of his '03 Screamin' Eagle Road King. He has had lots of bikes since he started riding back in '68, and last year he was added to the list of cancer survivors. This caused him to retire early. Phil is now able to ride his bike anytime he wants and says it's truly a joy to do so. He loves to ride the back roads of Florida where he sees lots of amazing stuff. As far as the bike goes, Phil has done some minor upgrades like heads, custom painting the saddlebags to match the factory flame theme, and of course, added major amounts of chrome.
Pete Stanley of Baton Rouge, Lousiana, emailed us a few photos of his stellar '07 Softail Custom. The bike is powered by a 96ci chromed-out motor backed by a six-speed transmission, a Pro-R Hypercharger, and an RSD exhaust. The bike gets its sleekly custom looks from a custom rear fender, 6-degree trees with 4-over tubes, and a 3-inch tank lift. Also adding to the coolness is a set of Hammer Custom Chopper wheels wrapped in Metzeler rubber.
Rich Preuss sent us photos of his very different, yet totally bitchin', 2000 Excelsior Henderson Super X Bobber. The bike is a nod to the post-war bobber and is powered by an 85ci X-Twin engine with ported Keith Black pistons and H-5 cams. The bike rolls on a set of custom Black Bike wheels with Avon Gangster tires giving it that vintage look. The bike also has had a major sheetmetal facelift and tummy tuck with all of the fender rivets shaved and welded, along with all of the instruments, blinkers, and other non-essential items being removed and filled. Mike Learn painted this bike a rich gloss black with tons of gold leaf and pinstriping to add to this sexy Exy's charm.