2009 Harley Davidson FXCWC – Rocker It is Known

I am not a proffesional bike builder, but am not incapble with a wrench or soldering iron. I fell in love with the big rear tyre of the Rocker. To better show off I added the Heartland Conversion. The paint to much the blue was hand mixed by a paint provider in Brunei outside in the street in front of his shop! I added the Shotgunshock airsuspension to gain the right look. The 21″ front wheel (initially a replica from Paul Yates, later replaced by the RideWright Wheels fat daddy wheels, with brass coloured rims) makes the bike look better than the original 19″ wheel. I added details over the years as I came across items that appealed e.g. the grenade/ignition cover. The oiltank is a special by MotoXcycle in Canada, with custom goldleaf decoration by Krabman Signs here in the Netherlands. The brass air intake and hand grips and gear pegs. The seat was recovered by “Tijger Leathers” here in The Netherlands with the addition of a leather engraving by Martil. I added a Primo 3″ Drive Belt and the RideWright Wheels most recently. This work is carried out by Coast Customs in Katwijk, The Netherlands, a local independant workshop which also can supply parts as needed. The fairing was added and cover an MTX soundbar for those essential tunes while riding!

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