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.

Finding the bike for all seasons and all reasons

Find out which bike won the Feb/March 2000 Big Twin Shootout, was it Harley's Road King of the Heritage Softail Classic?

A 2000 Riding Impression of Harley-Davidson's 2000 Sportster

Big Twin editors took the 2000 Harley-Davidson XL1200C Sportster Custom for a spin. Here's why they thought the 2000 was the best Sporty ever...

The best bang-for-the-buck Big Twin of them all

The 2000 Harley-Davidson FXST Softail Standard was claimed to be the best bang-for-the-buck big twin. What features attributed to such high praise? We got the answer in…

Shades of Sorrow

Customizer Andy Drobnjakovic took a forsaken 1983 Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster from the junkyard and transformed the ugly duckling into an elegant swan.

Keeping it simple

Chica is the creator of two simple, yet grunge-inspired Harley-Davidsons. Are they rad enough to put him up there with Ness, Hotop, Yaffe, and the like?

A Man In Full

From wacko V-Eights to championship-winning V-Twins, Tom Reiser builds bikes like no others.

A Y2K bike in '40s clothing

Staffers from the Dec-Jan 2000 issue of Big Twin give a ride review of the 2000 Harley-Davidson Springer Softail.

Ragin' Cajun

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

100 inches, 100 horses, and 100 pound-feet. Meet Project 100-cubed.

What happens when you really want to lean on a counterbalanced Beta Harley motor even harder? You modify it, even though Harley wouldn't recommend it.

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