Custom 2010 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Baggers

23 Май 2015 | Author: | Комментарии к записи Custom 2010 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Baggers отключены
Harley-Davidson FLTRX Road Glide Custom


We’re sure nearly all of us can remember the very motorcycle we owned. For some, it may be as far as a rigid mini-bike sporting a 5hp Briggs Stratton engine. For maybe it was a dirt bike we raced across the hills our parents’ home. Even we’re sure, cut their on an early street bike handled poorly and stopped worse.

The bottom line is memory is a part of our ingrained driving us to feel the rushing air as we along those favorite highways and backcountry roads. One we probably didn’t have as a first scoot was a totally Harley-Davidson Road Glide. If we all be so lucky.

Challito Chavez didn’t get to pop his by swinging an inexperienced young leg his trusty steed of a small-bore and promptly burning it. What he did get to do was into his local Harley-Davidson and plunk down the hard necessary to roll out the door a brand-new black 2010 Glide … as his very first ever.

Now for most folks, off into the sunset with first two-wheeled terror be enough of a pleasure in its own right. For his first ride wouldn’t be to call his own until it sported of custom optimization. Step one on the to righteousness was when the call was to Nautical Customs in Yuba California.

Before the keys were over to Nautical’s owner, he received clear instructions on to do. As Challito states, “I didn’t it too crazy. I needed it low for sure, a candy paintjob and a loud system.” Maybe it wasn’t so but Cisco was given loose more of an open canvas a defined starting point.

jumped right on the candy and began by tearing off every of bodywork he could. Cisco the majority of the original pieces be retained, as long as the right of aftermarket tidbits were in. With a full smothering of Tangerine Orange on everything, the was reassembled with many of Industries’ … parts. The noticeable of which are the 4-inch saddlebags squeezing in around the rear fender.

With the fuel tank of graphics or emblems, the Sinister panel lends an additional of sleekness. Up top, the HD fairing Sinister’s Wicked paintable Underneath, a 21-inch fender fast between the chrome Company forks.

Big, and absurd wheels are all the rage now, but as Challito states, “I a big wheel, but I figured I can always later, so I stayed with a for now.” In keeping to the guidelines, installed Sinister 3-D wheels. The wrapped in 120/70-21 rubber and wearing a 180/55-18 can both be sticking to the pavement thanks to Venom treads. Keeping the theme going are matching front and single rear 3-D rotors.

Knowing that this was his motorcycle, Challito made the to keep his 96-inch engine stock for the time being. We say because there’s really no way to a bike this clean having a little something in the oomph department. An Arlen Big Sucker combines with a True Dual exhaust and Power Commander V to liven up just enough to keep the owner out of too much trouble.

Tucking the bagger down to the tarmac are 2-inch Progressive forks and Nautical’s own rear air system running off CO2.

the three-month wait for his completed machine over with, has been content hitting the of northern California as often as He entertains himself (and of other people nearby) his full tilt Cerwin sound system controlled by a Kenwood head unit. happy, he says it best, “ I them I needed a sick

It was in their hands, all I had to do was turn my wallet! The hardest part for me was not on a bigger wheel.” Enough

Harley-Davidson FLTRX Road Glide Custom
Harley-Davidson FLTRX Road Glide Custom
Harley-Davidson FLTRX Road Glide Custom
Harley-Davidson FLTRX Road Glide Custom
Harley-Davidson FLTRX Road Glide Custom

Interesting articles

Other articles of the category "Harley-Davidson":

Our partners
Follow us
Contact us
Our contacts

Born in the USSR


About this site

For all questions about advertising, please contact listed on the site.

Motorcycles catalog with specifications, pictures, ratings, reviews and discusssions about Motorcycles.