The Motor Company builds Big Twin a ground-breaking custom.

Big Twin editors threw the idea over to Harley-Davidson to have them build a through-and-through custom Harley and that's just what the Motor Company did.
West Coast Choppers Custom

Outlaw customs from Jesse James

Jesse James, the owner of West Coast Choppers, built these custom choppers that have enough attitude that even the gunslinging outlaw would have appreciated.

Take a look at just what we were expecting from H-D in Y2K.

Harley-Davidson released the 2000 model lineup a bit early in 1999, here's a look at what past editors saw in the early release.

Looks bad, works great

In a riding impression from the past, editors claimed that the 1999 FXSTS Springer Softail looked good and worked well. Here's how they came to those conclusions...

A look back on Harley-Davidson's Radical Custom Paint Program

In our Aug.-Sept. 1999 issue of Big Twin magazine we look at a limited edition Harley-Davidson Softail Custom.

It's more than just a better, smoother Softail; it's a landmark achievement

What made our editors of the Big Twin archive claim that the 2000 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Softail was a "landmark achievement"? Find out...

We ride a different set of two wheels from Harley-Davidson

Past editors of Cycle World's Big Twin magazine take the H-D Velo Bicycles for a spin.
Custom Motorcycle Agent Orange

Hogs l'Orange

Harold Pontarelli builds two custom Harley-Davidson choppers that may share the same color, but are each one-of-a-kind builds.

Hint: Good things come in threes

You know the saying "good things come in threes?" Well, that much is true with this custom Harley-Davidson from Todd Matteson.

It doesn't just break the rules, it rewrites them

Big Twin editors from the past discover how the rules are rewritten with the 2000 Harley-Davidson FXSTD Softail Deuce.

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