Dirty Work: Burly Brand's Harley Scrambler
Think of a scrambler motorcycle, and most folks will picture a modern Triumph or a vintage BSA. Not a Harley. But David Zemla, who runs Burly Brand, decided to take a different tack. Could a Sportster be reconfigured for bombing down fire roads? After a lot of trial and error, not to mention a few wrong turns and dead ends in the build process, the answer is a definite ‘yes.’ Zemla’s 2006-model Harley XL883 had previously enjoyed a sedate life, transporting a retired teacher to and from the…
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How to Build a Harley-Davidson Sportster Tracker on a $2,000 Budget | J&P Cycles Blog
How to Build a Harley-Davidson Sportster Tracker on a $2,000 Budget The reviving popularity of hooligan flat track racing has sparked enthusiasm for customizing Harley Davidson Sportsters by converting them into dual-sport trackers and scramblers. Lines continue to blur what once clearly separated motorcycles into standard classifications. Customizers want to push the limits of what …
Flat Tracker by SHAW SPEED & CUSTOM | Moto Custom Blog - Harley Davidson, Cafè Racer, Bobber, Biker, Pin Up, Tattoo
Ragazzi eccoci a ammirare una delle ultime special realizzata dai ragazzi di SHAW SPEED & CUSTOM, la Flat Tracker un nome un po particolare che che ci porta direttamente nel magnifico mondo delle corse Flat Tacker. Una moda che sta sempre più prendendo piede anche da noi e che sta mietendo sempre più appassionati, un mondo fatto […]
CLASSIC TRACKS. A Retro Harley Street Tracker from Clockwork Motorcycles.
I recently pulled my old turntable out of the garage and got it up and running again. A new needle and belt, some dust removal and a few solders here and there…