The Dunlop American Elite rubber leaving its mark on the pavement.

Performance and looks. Does the team at RSD deliver?

Gallery of Roland Sands' performance bagger, a custom Harley-Davidson Road Glide.
Led Sled Customs Harley-Davidson Sportster

The ultimate I-love-you gift

Led Sled Customs' owner Pat Patterson surprised his wife, Jen, with this custom 1996 Harley-Davidson Sportster he built especially for her.
custom Harley-Davidson Digger

Some things never go out of style

Arlen Ness pretty much invented the Harley digger back in the ’70s. This modern retro pays homage to the diggers from yesteryear with some modern ingenuity.
Danny Trejo arrived in style for the Machete premiere. He’s on a custom Harley Softail Springer.

Popular celebs on popular motorcycles.

Did you know many of your favorite celebrities are enthusiasts of Harley-Davidson motorcycles? They collect, promote, customize, and even sing about them.
Harley has rolled out its first 2020 mid-year model, the limited-edition Fat Boy 30th Anniversary motorcycle.

Limited edition model looks stealthier but retains 114 engine.

Harley is celebrating one of its most iconic models with the limited-production Fat Boy 114 featuring special styling and a bigger engine.

SoCal shop takes the whole enchilada at Milan finale with its FXGTS.

Laidlaw’s Harley-Davidson has won the 2019 Battle of the Kings global competition with its FXGTS build based on the Sport Glide model.
Al Raposo with his custom Harley-Davidson FXR.

Cleaning up a 1993 FXR in time for the 2018 Hot Bike Tour

Big Al’s Cycles takes a Harley-Davidson FXR from broken bones to beautiful custom V-twin in just one month.
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…