Maybe he is not the most artistically inclined, but the outcome is certainly a smiley face — a very big one, in the middle of the road. We’re not sure if this would be considered graffiti, but it’s certainly neat to see.
Forum member Mike Campbell aka MIKE93SVT has taken on one very interesting build. Campbell purchased a 1981 FLTC Tour Glide Classic for $1900 that had been sitting in a shed for eight years.
The 2015 Harley-Davidson® Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO)™ line-up wields big paint, killer wheels, massive power, exclusive technology, and custom-shop details to create four fabulous, limited-production factory custom motorcycles ready to stir the soul of the most demanding rider. The all-new CVO™ Street Glide model is a hot-rod bagger boasting a new Boom! Audio system backed by 600 […]
This weeks Lady Riders spotlight falls on Roberta (Bert) from the Old Glory HOG chapter in MD. Working her way into riding and eventually a Trike that suits her the best. The great thing is after having some issues riding on two wheels she still loved motorcycles enough to move to a three wheeled version […]
Personally, I wouldn’t be caught dead—ha ha, get it?—towing a trailer with a bike. But I’ll acknowledge they could come in handy, and I think this repurposed casket is the coolest one I’ve seen. But what do you think?