Alloy Art’s crossover Dyna

Alloy Art has been in the parts game since 1996 starting with its Gooden-Tite handlebar bushings. Since then, it has concerted on making parts that are not only good but…

From the rubble of a Manchild rises this Dyna

After a minor crash, the owner has a choice to build it back like it came from the factory using all factory parts or take the insurance money and build a new bike. What…

Not all tough guys wear black

The release of an updated 970 Series piggyback shock beckoned a reboot of our Dyna project, but the first bike was both spoken for and too beat up for the job. Luckily,…

Red Rum FXR

I took one of John’s FXRs for a spin in the afternoon. Not a stock FXR but one with a built motor—Axtell to be exact. It was badass and fast, and I was hooked! I knew…

The grass is greenest for Johnny’s Dyna.

What once was considered the bike of choice for outlaw clubs has grown beyond that thanks to the rising popularity of Dynas.

Punching out a piece of American history

My name is Marcos Ybarra, and I’m an active US Navy SEAL with 22 years of Honorable Service and an avid Harley enthusiast/biker. I guess the FXRP venture started when my…

An FXR and FXRT with long rap sheets and Twin Cam Motors

From a distance, they might appear to be another pair of blacked-out club bikes with fancy orange stripes. In reality, this pair of FXRs is like a set of masterminded…