What a difference a year can make

Like love, the Road Glide was better the second time around. We review how the Harley-Davidson Road Glide improved from 1998 to 1999.

A Road King by any other name is still a Road King

Underneath every custom Harley-Davidson lies the beast within. In this instance, the smooth-riding, sweet-handling Road King.
Texas customs in action

Texas Two Step

Everything is bigger in Texas. Plain and simple. With that being said, here are two Big Twin customs from the Panhandle State.

Black Iron

Feast your eyes on the rarest of the rare, the Kurogano (or Black Iron), a Japanese bike that was beautifully restored to glory.

The bike with Milwaukee's deepest roots

We take Harley-Davidson's 1998 Softail Springer for a spin to see how the heritage of the model shines through.

And the last shall be the first

We take Harley-Davidson's low-priced 1998 FXD Dyna Super Glide for a spin to see how much you get for the buck.

Novices prove they have what it takes for the big league of customizing

Oftentimes you think the custom bikes that are in magazines are built by the world's most prominent customizers, that is not the case with these two Harleys.

A slick new look for Harley's adopted sportbike

To create something new and fresh was the name of the game and Bob Dron was playing. He took a Buell S1 Lightning and turned it into this concept.

A custom in exile

Russell Mitchell's custom Evo is not a Harley-Davidson for the yuppies of the world.

Twin Twins

Two similar red customs with old chopper style without compromising safety.

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