This wolf in sheep’s clothing is inspired by the void in the market that the V-Rod’s discontinuation created. This bike is visually stock standard with a modified engine that will leave the thrill seekers speechless. The engine itself is all performance and because of the Milwaukee 8 engine we've been able to push this engine to a level that we struggled to reach with the twin cam without affecting the capability of the ride. This is complimented by the MY18 frame which has given this engine the perfect platform and the handling that can help the rider use this engine to its full potential. This bike is targeting an audience of engine enthusiasts and no fuss riders that prefer performance and handling over looks.
This Street Bob stems from the club style that was initiated in the late 1980's in California. This cost effective modification was initiated in an era for a less traditional and more performance-based design. With a 2-into-1 exhaust, mini-fairing, Badlander seat and tracker style bars with tall risers, this Street Bob has also had the suspension raised for enhanced handling.
Targeting the riders that are more performance driven, as well as those that are looking to make the change from the sport bike genre to Harley.
This Street Bob pays homage to the classic styling of the 1974 Shovel-head, highlighting the pillow tank and buckhorn bars which emphasize the 70's retro flair that resonates with the current trend. Targeting lovers of classic styles and retro bikes, but also new-to-Harley customers that love the look and feel of a Shovel-head but without the maintenance.