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June Bike of the Month

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    • 5418 posts
    April 26, 2010 3:20 AM PDT

    June 2010 CycleFish Bike of the Month Contest Entry is Closed.

    You are welcome to enter your bike in the July Bike of the Month Contest.


    Congratulations to our two winners...

    HighRisk and his 2006 H-D Road King




    Bullmoose and his 1969 XLCH hardtale springer bobber



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    • 1362 posts
    April 26, 2010 3:49 AM PDT
    2006 H-D Road king, 95" Big Bore .585 S&S Gear Drive cams, 9.8.1 comp.  Baisley Super Street heads .162, .190 Valves, Roller Rockers and Lifters, Vance and Hines Duals, Thunder headers, Race Tuner, 106hp 108tq. Speedo Tack Combo, Cruise, Chrome Lowers,  Chubby 2 bars, Custom Paint and headlight, True- Track Trackula. Just Turned over 49K.
    • 1781 posts
    April 26, 2010 6:00 AM PDT
    highrisk wrote...
    2006 H-D Road king, 95" Big Bore .585 S&S Gear Drive cams,9.8.1 comp.  Baisley Super Street heads .162, .190 Valves, Roller Rockers and Lifters, Vance and Hines Duals, Thunder headers, Race Tuner, 106hp 108tq. Speedo Tack Combo, Cruise, Chubby 2 bars, Custom Paint and headlight, True- Track Trackula. Just Turned over 49K.


    Is there any chance in the world any member of the band has seen this bike.........damn dude hell of a ride

    Night Dragon
    • 1781 posts
    April 26, 2010 6:01 AM PDT
    Crap think i just asked a dumb ass question,,,,,,now I'm looking at the last picture...still hell of a ride
    Dragon
    • 10 posts
    April 26, 2010 1:01 PM PDT
    2007 Harley Davidson Night Train.
    • 1161 posts
    April 26, 2010 1:41 PM PDT
    lol oops ND it happens
    • 63 posts
    April 27, 2010 12:11 AM PDT
    1999 Dyna Sport, FXDX,,,, Just a great comfortable ride
  • April 27, 2010 4:13 AM PDT
    2002 Harley Road King Stock, with a little extra crome and  custom paint.
    • 1781 posts
    April 27, 2010 11:45 AM PDT
    crazytrain07 wrote...
    2007 Harley Daividson Night Train.

    Crazytrain I have never been a big fan of power coating parts that are usually chrome......but I got to tell ya, you scoot might change my mind. Nice Ride
    Night Dragon
    • 1781 posts
    April 27, 2010 11:46 AM PDT
    JoeC wrote...
    2002 Harley Road King Stock, with a little extra crome and  custom paint.
     



    SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET
    Night Dragon
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    • 1362 posts
    April 27, 2010 12:16 PM PDT
    nightdragon wrote...
    Crap think i just asked a dumb ass question,,,,,,now I'm looking at the last picture...still hell of a ride
    Dragon






    The band has seen the bike on a 20x30 poster, that they signed... The weather didn't permit them to be able to go outside to the bike... The autographs are copies of originals I have here at home.... 

  • April 28, 2010 10:56 AM PDT

  • April 29, 2010 6:31 AM PDT
     2010 FXDWG Still a "Work in Progress". Quite a lot done to the bike and yet quite a ways to go. Everything added is H-D except the Rush exhaust and the Bikers Friend luggage. A very comfortable ride. 
    • 517 posts
    April 29, 2010 6:36 AM PDT
    nightdragon wrote...
    crazytrain07 wrote...
    2007 Harley Daividson Night Train.

    Crazytrain I have never been a big fan of power coating parts that are usually chrome......but I got to tell ya, you scoot might change my mind. Nice Ride
    Night Dragon


    The black powder coated engines of the night trains and the nightsters are cool as ice especially in irish weather, they are quick and easy to clean .

    'Chrome won't get you home but black will always get you back" 


  • April 29, 2010 9:16 AM PDT
    2007 1500 Classic

    Hardscrabble, Colorado
  • April 29, 2010 9:26 AM PDT
    The last picture has Pikes Peak in the background.
  • May 1, 2010 6:39 AM PDT
    2008 Stock Honda VTX1300C.  Pearl Hotrod Yellow!  Complete with aftermarket 100watt sound system, with Sansa Fuze MP3 loaded with 2000 songs, Mustang seat, sissy bar, etc., and full security system with remote.
  • May 1, 2010 6:51 AM PDT
    2002 RK Classic, 28K , Paint by Brian Ashley,  Hoppe fairing , Klockworks windshield, Tommy Gunnz gatlin gun pipes , chromedome products horn cover , assorted Harley chrome accessories.
  • May 1, 2010 5:15 PM PDT

  • May 1, 2010 5:18 PM PDT
    American Sabre - My 2004 Honda 1100 Sabre. Memphis shade with quick release, mustang seat, sissy bar, highway pegs, Cobra slash exhaust, Cobra passenger foot boards.
  • May 2, 2010 11:49 AM PDT
    MY NAME IS JIM TWIGG OF RAVENNA, OHIO. IAM 55 AND THIS IS MY 1995 ROADKNIGHT AKA. ROADKING. 135,379 MILES ORIGINAL ON MOTOR AND TRANS(TRANSFUSIONS OF FLUIDS ARE A MUST). ITS BEEN IN TRANSFORMATION SINCE 2003. I BOUGHT IT USED STOCK WITH 40,XXX MILES. JUST A CAM AND I BLUEPRINTED STOCK C.V CARB. 68 H.P. AT REAR WHEEL, 73 FT. LBS. THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS THAT IAM DOING AT HOME. CURRENTLY MAKING A SET OF CUSTOM BAGS FROM SCRATCH. GOD KNOWS WHEN ILL GET THESE DONE(HOPEFULLY THIS YEAR). I BUILT THE FAIRING WITH A ZX-7 SPOILER (THAT WORKS DEFUSING THE AIR TO MY FACE), SIDE COVERS ARE CORBIN COPIES, DISCONTINUED CORBIN LOWER. HERITAGE FRONT FENDER,( MOUNTS LOWER TO LOOK SLAMED) ON EIGHTEEN INCH WHEELS. SOME OF THE PIECES WHERE PAINTED BY TOM, AT RAVENNA AUTO BODY IN RAVENNA, OHIO. I PAINTED THE FAIRING. ALL L.E.D.LIGHTS AND A DIGITAL SPEEDO AND FUEL GAUGE.
  • May 3, 2010 11:57 AM PDT
    My wife's Birthday present. I am only the driver, Hee, Hee. :) A  2000 Honda Shadow Sabra 1100. I call her Studley, as she has studs from the tank bib to the tip of the seat. Heck my wife even bought a black leather jacket with studs to match the bike. We just started riding last August when I had to renew my license after a 20 year lapse. The course was a blast in Florida in August, if you know what I mean. We spend our Summers in the Blue Ridge mountains, just because we can. We entered a Best Bike Contest on a local poker run, and we won Best Bike out of a grand total of 6 Harley's and our Honda. The judges must have felt bad for us. There were at least 100 Bikes in the ride, but most did not enter the contest. Just goes to prove, you have to be in it to win it.
    • 1781 posts
    May 4, 2010 12:37 AM PDT
    goinsouth wrote...
    MY NAME IS JIM TWIGG OF RAVENNA, OHIO. IAM 55 AND THIS IS MY 1995 ROADKNIGHT AKA. ROADKING. 135,379 MILES ORIGINAL ON MOTOR AND TRANS(TRANSFUSIONS OF FLUIDS ARE A MUST). ITS BEEN IN TRANSFORMATION SINCE 2003. I BOUGHT IT USED STOCK WITH 40,XXX MILES. JUST A CAM AND I BLUEPRINTED STOCK C.V CARB. 68 H.P. AT REAR WHEEL, 73 FT. LBS. THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS THAT IAM DOING AT HOME. CURRENTLY MAKING A SET OF CUSTOM BAGS FROM SCRATCH. GOD KNOWS WHEN ILL GET THESE DONE(HOPEFULLY THIS YEAR). I BUILT THE FAIRING WITH A ZX-7 SPOILER (THAT WORKS DEFUSING THE AIR TO MY FACE), SIDE COVERS ARE CORBIN COPIES, DISCONTINUED CORBIN LOWER. HERITAGE FRONT FENDER,( MOUNTS LOWER TO LOOK SLAMED) ON EIGHTEEN INCH WHEELS. SOME OF THE PIECES WHERE PAINTED BY TOM, AT RAVENNA AUTO BODY IN RAVENNA, OHIO. I PAINTED THE FAIRING. ALL L.E.D.LIGHTS AND A DIGITAL SPEEDO AND FUEL GAUGE.



    Dude a Road King with a cafe racer look.......cool idea.......I bet those twin head lights will light up the night.
    Night Dragon
  • May 5, 2010 2:51 PM PDT
    ok Ill try one more time with my 1969 XLCH hardtale springer bobber
  • May 5, 2010 3:00 PM PDT
    bullmoose wrote...
    ok Ill try one more time with my 1969 XLCH hardtale springer bobber


    I just love that bike!