Readers’ Ride Pick Of The Month

Hometown Harleys

The Jimmy Hendrix Experience

This is my 2001 Indian Centennial Scout. I put on Indian Chief fenders, two-toned the paint, and put on custom straight pipes on the 88-inch S&S motor. I purchased the tank emblems off eBay. Legends MC did the solo seat, seat rail, battery cover, and luggage rack.

Jimmy Hendricks

Salt Lake City, Utah

Hands Off

I wanted to submit a picture of my ongoing project. This bike started as a bone-stock ’03 100th FXDL. The only original parts left are the tins and the frame. I have replaced every nut and bolt, punched the motor out to 95 cubic inches. The crank has also been welded and trued. I do all my own work up to and including changing my tires. The only hands that touch my bike are mine. I am very proud of all the hard work I put into it.

Peter Ibelli

Hawthorne, N.Y.

SJ Special Chop

This is my special construction Harley Chopper. It began as a 2006 Deuce with the engine and transmission remaining stock. The slightly raked frame has a Phat Performance 240 rearend with a 21-inch front tire. I have Arlen Ness Taildragger fenders with a Corbin seat. The custom-mounted ’59 Cadillac taillights work both as brake and turn signals. The paint and airbrush from Custom Paint by Daneen of San Jose, Calif. The handlebars are Carlini Slickbacks and the forks have 2-inch extensions. The headlight is from Headwinds and the pipes are wrapped Martin Brothers Medustas. The bike has some snap, crackle, and pop!

Pete Fallico

San Jose, Calif.

SUBMIT YOUR RIDE: Email your submissions to: [email protected] Or snail mail to: HB Reader’s Showcase 15255 Alton Pkwy, Irvine, CA 92618. Please include hi-res jpegs, your name, hometown, email, phone #, bike year/model, engine size, frame, wheels, sheetmetal, painter, custom accessories, and anything else interesting about your bike.