2012 Harley-Davidson Street Glide / Road King Hot Bike

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Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide

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There’s only one better than a hot chick on a hot and that’s two hot chicks on two hot bikes! Baggers from Dallas is for producing some of the baddest and parts to come out of the Lone State. While this Glide conversion and Road may look similar in stature, it kind of turned out that The Street Glide started as an Ultra Classic and was morphed the hard rockin’ ride you see you.

Owner Chris from Arch Audio “I kind of built the bike on my and my style on how I’ve been I wanted it to be real clean and looking. I’m really into the white, and red right now as far as colors go. either do all black or they do all I mixed it up half black and

I do a lot of chrome on the motors even it’s an all-black bike. I don’t like the pipes out the back of the bike. I’ve built my bikes with big back ends. I kind of the bike around that

Since Ribeiro works for one of the motorcycle audio companies, he his bike had to be heard before it was With the knowledge that comes with experience, he to show people rather explain the proper way to “tune up” a “We manufacture amplifiers for Harley-Davidsons. bike is used a lot for demos. We to keep the aesthetics of the bike, not it out and make it look clean and have good audio.

We to have a system you could hear over your coming down the road. it loud, clean, and clear a whole bunch of gaudy on it and still make it clean at a loud volume. The audio for motorcycles is really taking a other level of volume. we got a lot of these guys out there are just throwing all kinds of car stuff into their and the stuff doesn’t sound

We built this bike to be one of the sounding bikes out there. The got about 1,600 watts of in it and eight speakers on it.”


Ribeiro’s bike was made for Eder’s bike was made for Chris Eder is the owner of Cycles and his Road King was set out to its products and talents. “The King we built was to showcase our new touring, single downtube for a 26-inch or 30-inch wheel. It has everything on there we make, as the gas tank, side covers, rear fender, dash, front fender, and more.

We the bike to showcase all our Road parts. You can either buy a complete or all the parts are made to fit ’13-and-earlier Kings.”

When asked why the came out looking so similar, wasn’t really a big story it or preconceived plan. It just of ended up that way. being a Road King and one a Street Glide, it’s all bells and whistles. We had the Road done first and Chris it so we painted it similar to be its sister. The King is a pretty bare touring bike, so no stereo

The scheme is similar, but they are reds and whites, and the airbrushing is design. The metallic red and white pop. People love colors. I really didn’t a lot of airbrush to stand out, why I did a ghosted airbrush model.

You got to stare at it. We built this one like a pro street model.”

bikes, while similar, a slightly different look and If we had to choose between each and girl combo, our answer simply be, “Yes please.”

In the to “go big,” shortcuts are sometimes with an emphasis placed on over function. As a result how big wheel baggers truly see the open road for any decent of miles? Brian Schwartz not be a name you’ve heard

He isn’t a reality TV star, married to a Hollywood A-lister, and have a semi waiting to tow his to shows. He’s just an Joe with above-average skills, and all things, has a love of the open

Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide

“I’m currently a network for an engineering firm. I like to in bikes and cars in my spare I also love taking motorcycle trips,” explained “This was my first Harley.

I the bike new in the fall of 2010 the dealer after totaling my old Roadstar hitting a moose in For a first timer of sorts, it a few tries to get this 2011 Glide just the way he wanted. started the original build was all the big-wheel bikes in the magazines. At I thought they looked as hell, but they eventually on me. The bike started in winter of as a stock Street Glide was raked for the 26-inch wheel stretched bags/fender/tank in a Grabber paintjob. In late winter I decided I wanted to convert it to a Glide, so I switched the front and also decided to switch and color.”

So with a hammer and chisel perhaps more modern Brian got to work making his ride. Aside from the green paint, when what sets his bike from the crowd, he states, would have to be the Ballistic 636 RG fairing with Wooten Werks internal fairing

Its proven road worthy more than 7k miles of road trips.” But when a little further, it turns out he had one motive fueling his ever-exceeding budget. “I secretly think of the push was to prove to all the people who all big-wheel bikes are trailer that they can be taken on trips. I believe I’ve over the past two years they can be toured with.” over 26k miles on the 26-inch wheel, it’s safe to say proved his point.

Specifications

General Shop | Baggers

Shop Phone | 647-3489

Year/Make/Model | 2012/Harley-Davidson/ Road Glide

Fabrication | Eder/ Chris Ribeiro

Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide
Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide
Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide
Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide

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