This boardtrack-inspired Indian Scout custom won top prize at the Project Scout Bobber contest. Many of the parts on “Hasty Flaming Buffalo” were handmade or one-offs, using modern building techniques.

The winner of Project Scout Bobber blends modern tech with classic lines.

An LM Creations custom Indian Scout, “Hasty Flaming Buffalo” won the Project Scout Bobber contest at the Bigtwin Bikeshow by mixing modern with classic.
Nick Trask with his finished Breakout.

Nick Trask breaks down the Breakout

Trask Performance runs a pro-street-style Breakout Softail all over the 2018 Geico Hot Bike Tour.
Green custom 2014 Harley-Davidson Street Glide

Rundlett Performance & Machine’s big, shiny Street Glide

Green metalflake makes this 2014 Harley-Davidson Street Glide from Josh Rundlett at Rundlett Performance & Machine stand out at the 2018_ Hot Bike_ Tour.
Fullmoon Customs’ 2017 Road King in garage.

Matt Frick’s hog drops 222 pounds

As a 2017 Road King it rolled fat, but it’s down to 660 pounds because while you can take the racer off the track, you can’t take the track out of the racer.
Danny “MotorWitch” Wilson with the M8FXRP.

I’m guessing the MotorWitch’s patronus is a hog

What happens when a Milwaukee-Eight engine meets an FXR skeleton? Danny Wilson…
Chris Moos and his DYNOT

When is a Harley-Davidson Dyna not a Dyna? When it’s a DYNOT

Mooscraft’s killer Hot Bike Tour entry is built up and stripped down.
John Shopes Dirty Bird

Dirty Bird Concepts’ red bird of prey

John Shope knocks down ring number four at the 2018 GEICO Hot Bike Tour…
TPJ Customs Brians Streetfighter

Twin Cam iron meets Kawasaki ZX-14 in Bryan Schimke’s aggressive build

TPJ Customs goes naked and aggressive with its 2018 Hot Bike Tour creation powered by a Harley-Davidson Twin Cam engine.
2019 Harley-Davidson FXDR 114

The dealership jumps on the chance to explore the customization potential of Harley’s newest Softail

Thunderbike Harley-Davidson is one of the first to develop aftermarket goodies for the 2019 FXDR 114, like an air ride suspension and a tidy tailsection.
1976 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead

Old Harley-Davidsons never die. They just fall back to the aftermarket and regroup.

The story of how one V-twin motorcycle evolved into this killer Shovelhead custom.

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