History strikes back

"Fat Knuckles" is a custom 1997 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy that replays the best part of of history with its design with modern performance and reliability.

No flash in the pan

While the era of the Panhead may be long gone, the motorcycle itself has never been forgotten.

Mike James and Bruce Canepa's California-cool customs

Four radical customs that boast classy Santa Cruz style.
Texas customs in action

Texas Two Step

Everything is bigger in Texas. Plain and simple. With that being said, here are two Big Twin customs from the Panhandle State.

Subtle is as subtle does

John Rank's black nickel-finished bagger is worth a second look.

Bob Thrash's 80—No Excuses

Bob Thrash's custom is a streamlined Harley-Davidson with lush, full-coverage bodywork made in the 1930's mold, topped off by an impressive combination of billet, bronze…

Although they never actually left, sidecars are back in style

Although they never actually left, sidecars are once again, back in style.

Two handsome ships of the desert

Here are two Harley-Davidson baggers that were built by many of the same people, in the same town, but are as different as night and day.

Ragin' Cajun

This custom 1997 Harley-Davidson FLHS really has a kick to it like any great Louisiana gumbo.