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Mean and Green

Posted on October 2, 2009 by Scott in Bobber, Classic. 2 comments

Hank Young came onto the scene in 2002 by turning up to Daytona Beach Biketoberfest on a bike he built called ‘The Flying Pan‘, a bike which was widely praised in the worldwide motorcycling press. In 2002, he made his “hobby” official and started Young Choppers & Hot Rods. Now Hank specializes in bringing together the vital spirits of motorcycling and hot rodding heritage with technical innovations to create timeless expressions of automotive vision to inspire and thrill us. We love this mean, low and green Harley Davidson. For more pics of this tribute to the past check out this gallery.

  • The Ogre

    Um… granted, it’s a complete custom – but aside from the back-wrenching riding position common on most custom choppers, don’t you suppose that having a backward-leaning bit of the frame pointed at the rider’s crotch is a bit too obvious an "I’m so tough I have balls of steel" statement?

    Me, I’d never ever throw a log over that bike. I’m not that tough.

    It is kinda pretty otherwise, though.

  • That’s darn cool. I’d like to see more angles.