Harley bobbers, cafe racers and trackers
Bobbers. Cafe racers. Scramblers. Street trackers and flat trackers. Enjoy our hand-picked selection of the best custom Harley-Davidson Sportsters…
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The level of custom work at the annual Mooneyes show is sky high—so you need to pull out all the stops if you have a hope of taking home the coveted 'Best of Show' trophy. Kudos to Custom Works Zon for their win at the 30th running of the show.
Zen Motorcycles of Australia have turned this 2015 Harley-Davidson Sportster Seventy-Two into a reliable daily driver, with all the classic cool of an old ironhead. The client wanted a 70s-style chopper, with modern performance and reliability — and all that’s missing is a kickstarter.
To win the ‘Best Detail Work’ award at the famous Yokohama Hot Rod Custom Show requires oodles of imagination, ingenuity and skill. Takuya Aikawa isn’t short on any of those: he runs the Japanese custom shop Sureshot and has just picked up the award with this amazing custom Harley-Davidson Dyna.
Our Editor's Choice of the best custom motorcycles of 2022 is just published. It's an eclectic list of customs that all stand out for their creativity, ingenuity and overall radness. Here's one of our picks, a classic custom Shovelhead from Yusaku Sato of Satomari.
New from Rough Crafts: a wild custom Street Bob built to celebrate the 30th birthday of the computer hardware manufacturer Cooler Master. It's a futuristic, sci-fi-infused machine that looks like it rolled straight out of a video game — and it even comes with a matching computer case.
One Way Machine used to work exclusively on old Harleys. But they're now onto their third modern Softail build, with spectacular results. With new bodywork, a slammed stance and a modified Vance & Hines exhaust, this M8-powered machine is an absolute beast.
Black. Menacing. Muscular. Three words that describe the quintessential Rough Crafts custom build. This long and lean Harley-Davidson Softail Breakout, nicknamed ‘Asphalt Glider,’ is Winston Yeh’s latest creation—and it checks those boxes harder than anything else that he’s built so far.
We haven't seen anything quite like this 1970 Harley-Davidson Sportster XLH before. Builder Kento Oketani took inspiration from a vintage Triumph scrambler imported from Japan—a show build from the early 60s that had survived in incredible condition.
Craig Rodsmith is known for creating sleek machines loaded with polished, handcrafted metal. Here's the latest build from the Australian ex-pat—a retro-style @harleydavidson Ironhead Sportster built for a 6'6" client.