December 2011 Bike of the Month Contest

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    • 1780 posts
    November 24, 2011 11:16 AM PST
    Hey Bull sorry I forgot to Kudo's you for you win with the custom. Good luck on this sweet ride. You da Man!
    • 1780 posts
    November 24, 2011 11:18 AM PST
    Scottr very sweet scoot. I love Aps and I love a springer front end. Only one thing missing on your scoot.......some up-sweep fish them as well.
    Good luck
    Night Dragon
    • 1780 posts
    November 24, 2011 11:20 AM PST
    Black9 wrote...
     This is my new baby my 2012 Harley Daivdson FLD Switchback! Vivid Black with my group's logos!:-) ***LOOK LUCKY there' sun on it!!!*** I've also come up with a name for my new baby! I call her MY PRECIOUS!!!:-)

    Black 9 ...Great Looking Scoot!
    Night Dragon
    • 1780 posts
    November 24, 2011 11:21 AM PST
    I had so much fun last time I had to do it again. Here is a little about the "BITCH"

    This is a highly customized1979 Shovelhead with a 1985 reconstruct title, as it was built into a custom rigid frame in 1985. It is truly a one of a kind bike with many hand made parts, not just another glamour bike with the familiar bolt on stuff. Great pains and lots of time went into the design and construction of this bike to give it the desired classic style with both ride ability and reliability. Most every part on this bike has been either hand fabricated or modified for that perfect balance of function and beauty. Some of the handmade items include the wide glide triple trees and risers made from mild 1”steel and chromed by Mike’s Plating. Alum. Tweak bar/ headlight mount/ steering stabilizers mount. Ball milled lower fork sliders on 41mm tubes. Frame is a 35 degree rake, modified Santee rigid with anti twist design, drilled webbing and fender mount with hidden fender supports. All the welds are smooth, no bondo at all. The seat mount was hand fab from aluminum as was the seat pan, and is suspended by air cushion then Upholstered in Italian leather. Fiberglass fender with 24ct. gold trim led taillight and fender tip. Fuel tanks are H-D 5gl. Flat side with relocated rubber mounts. The spun aluminum oil tank has been engraved and gold platted and finished off with a one/off finned alum. Fill cap and drilled alum. Mount. Both wheels are laced with stainless steel spokes and powder coated rims with translucent red. Rear wheel is a 16”x 4.5 and the front is a 21”x 3.5. The paint is house of color China blue with silver flake added then gold pinstriped tribal flames. The engine was rebuilt 1500mi ago and is a 74ci with 10 to 1 pistons, thin stem valves Sifton springs, titanium collars, hardened seats and flowed heads with out side oil returns. The Rocker box’s have been fly cut and ball milled and polished. The head fastener studs were replaced with Allen bolts. The lower end is completely blueprinted and balanced with heavy duty parts. An Andrews’s cam and Morris magneto were added for luck. Engine case and heads are powder coated. Carburetion is handled by a S&S Supper B with a Thunder Jet 3rd circuit. The transmission is an H-D 4 speed with Andrews close ratio gears, heavy duty kick start arm and custom made kicker pedal. Chrome ratchet top and polished case. Racing clutch and 3” BDL Belt drive with custom made alternator cover/ belt guard, chrome pulleys and pressure plate.        

    Nice ...and a Stones fan to boot


  • November 24, 2011 11:50 AM PST
    NightDragon wrote...
    Scottr very sweet scoot. I love Aps and I love a springer front end. Only one thing missing on your scoot.......some up-sweep fish them as well.
    Good luck
    Night Dragon

    I agree the fishtails were made for this bike. OLDS KOOL

  • November 25, 2011 3:46 AM PST
    This is my 1975 850 Norton Commando. Bought it in '77 with 1800 miles on it almost bone stock. I had some stuff fabricated in shops over the years but for this build all of the work was done by me or with help from friends. I did the molding, paint, and hand stitched and covered the seat and backrest with leather.
    Hey Bull, sweet lookin bike!
  • November 25, 2011 5:49 AM PST
     Rob100ci wrote about 6 days ago, Modified about 6 days ago
    2011 Custom Bobber

    Wow that a really bitchen bike.
  • November 26, 2011 4:10 AM PST
    Thanks Randie, the Bitch is a sweet lookin ride too.
    Lori's Road king is Beautiful.
    I really like the paint on truce's Bike.
    Scott's Flat Head is just awesome.
    Bull's Custom is a one of a kind
    Good luck to Whoever judges this, is going to be difficult.
  • November 28, 2011 1:43 AM PST
    Yeah there are a lot of great lookin rides on here for sure... gonna be interesting to see the results that's for sure! Good luck everyone! Don't even care if I get any votes, it's too dang new anyway! LOL
    • 5420 posts
    December 21, 2011 3:27 AM PST
    Congratulations to our December Bike of the Month Contest Winners.

    • Stock - LoriBelle06 and her 2006 Road King
    • Custom - bullmoose and his custom "Woody"
    • Vintage - toscottr1938 and his 1938 80ci H-D Flat Head
    • Trike - georgewinch and his Harley Trike

    LoriBelle06's 2006 Road King

    bullmoose's custom Woody

    toscottr1938's 1938 80ci H-D Flat Head

    georgewinch'sHarley Trike

    Note: The December Bike of the Month Winners will be displayed on our Home Page during January