2011 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Baggers

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Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra
Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra


Model: Brittani

Scott Maeyaert of Charlesen, is a fan of both tattoos and baggers, and the creation of this fully 2011 Road Glide, he was to combine his passion for both. One interesting fact that be pointed out though is that doesn’t have any tattoos. No, no for me. yet, Scott replied, asked if he was inked or not.

The seven with the two dice is on the primary cover may be my first I’m just trying to the right person to do it.

As you can tell this bike, when does something he doesn’t lightly, he goes full An example of Scott’s intensity be what he does in his spare For fun I drag race a V-Rod

The idea for this bike two years ago when Scott he wanted a custom bagger to the various bike shows the country. Right away he that having a … would really help get the noticed and stand out amongst its After a year of racking his for a paint scheme, Scott came up with the full tattoo concept and dubbing the Ink.

However, before a single was purchased or wrench turned, spent six months researching and deciding which pieces be applied to the bike. It was all to be laid out on a real body, if you imagine the are a person’s arms, the front is the shoulders and chest, the top of the tank is the and the bag tops are the hips and …. The was to mix several tattoo styles Scott said.

Once all the and parts were picked Dana Hallberg and the Deadline crew went to work on the

With a major makeover that included frame and new bodywork, the Deadline team the bike apart and discarded all the that weren’t going to be They began by stretching the 1-1/2 inches, raking the and installing a set of HHI raked triple to better handle a 26-inch wheel.

In the rear the subframe was with an FBI drop seat which lowered the rear 3 inches, and the addition of a Legend Air system would allow for lowering when on show As for the bodywork, a Sinister front was installed over a Rampage wheel. Up top a Yaffe stretched was bolted in place followed by a Bad Dad fender and saddlebags in the rear.

Not was off the shelf aftermarket parts, exhibited its fabrication skills in areas of the bike as well. The made a set of custom side to flow with the drop kit and the rest of the new bodywork. Deadline crafted a custom bracket and for dual LED headlights in the shark-nose

To smooth out the skin, all the lights flush-mounted, and there are no exposed bag for the saddlebags, Scott stated.

earlier when Scott he liked to drag race his Destroyer for fun? Well, his need for speed, he just leave the stock Glide alone. Jason Kellis Faribuilt Harley-Davidson does all the work on my drag bike so it only right to turn him on a custom motor for Ink, stated. A stock Screamin’ 120R was picked as a starting and then everything was torn and rebuilt from there.

Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra

Horse worked over the end, the heads were with Hurricane heads and sent to Baisley for some work. Next came H-D pistons, roller rocker Baisley high-tensel push AMS Racing lifters, Woods cams, DD; Borzilla 2-1 exhaust, SE tuner, SE 64mm Pro high throttle body and velocity and finally a Nitrous Express was installed to top it all off.

The task of applying the original to the bike, the full-body tattoo, was To help make the overall effect more realistic, the order of business was for Deadline to lay a bronzed base so that looked like it had been in the sun. The base color is a mix and it was our 12th attempt at getting the tan look. We call it Brazilian Scott said.

Once the was down, Jeff Money and Mike Hovland went to on the tattoos, only taking a for Christmas Eve and Christmas day. spent six weeks and a total of 350 laying down all the details. The themselves are a custom color came from mixing and painting it on someone who had tattoos the colors matched. During time we talked daily on how should flow, Scott

Their dedication to this goes beyond words and was key to Ink a crowd favorite. The color is impossible not to touch when you see it in

After five months of work and with the bike and complete, there was a grand party with 150 guests and it was off to the show circuit. Evidently, concept and planning along everyone’s hard work off, as it’s won many such as First Place Style and Peoples Choice at the International Motorcycle show, Paint and Second Place Bagger at the Easy Rider in Columbus, Ohio, First Extreme Full Dresser at the Rats Hole Show, Paint at the Donnie Smith and Baggers Editor’s choice at Bike Time.

At this I have more than 800 on Ink and can barley stay off the bike the weather is nice, Scott Once we get through the show the bike will log many across the country and I’m you will recognize it coming the road. I would like to the crew at Deadline Customs for Ink into everything I hoped it be.

Special thanks to Dana, Dan, Nick, Mike, and Jason. You guys are the best. B


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