Discussion in 'Trikes' started by Alpina, Aug 15, 2009.
A lot of planning & a bit of time...
That is SuWEET!
I'd love to see more pics of that beauty!
Welcome to HDTimeline Alpina! Now that is a "CUSTOM" Sportster...Amazing, let's hear the details and please, more pictures. :s
Made me think about what the definition of a "CUSTOM" bike when reading it rather than seeing it...!
That's all we get????? Come on, show us more. Nice looking trike by the way.:ws
Cheers on the comments lads...The biking days had to come to an end due to health issues, but was adamant to find an alternative route so surfed & surfed for ideas as I was not extatic with was available to me. Eventually I came up with the low slung raked out idea, if I could get a kit that was not too wide, one I used was 4'6" wall to wall. Eventually sourced the front end through AME choppers in Germany, actual trike kit from the US, accumulated eleven boxes of goodies in the garage from Kuryakyn/A.Ness/Mamas & Papas etc & started...
'05 HD Sportster Trike
Raked to 44, Engine (stage 1)
Vance & Hines Short Shots
Blood Groove Hypercharger
Black powder coated Flander Cruiser bars
Stock 150 rear up front, center blackened
2 x Chrome Deep Dish 7" American Racing Alloys, 265/50/15
Usual S/S Braiding
Arlen Ness Wide Sport front fender
Home made fork brace
Chromed block, 3 Light Skeleton head light
Arlen Ness Jet-Eye tail/turn signal
Finished in Satin Black, body/tank/fender/riser
and I'm still smiling
Very nice thanks for showing us what can be done with a sportster
Beautiful!!!!!!!! I want one
The trunk does it for me .My wife could put all her stuff in there.
That is one beautiful piece of work. Glad you are able to stay in the saddle.
That is cool.
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