Harley bobbers, cafe racers and trackers
Bobbers. Cafe racers. Scramblers. Street trackers and flat trackers. Enjoy our hand-picked selection of the best custom Harley-Davidson Sportsters…
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Kinetic Art: A handbuilt board tracker with a Harley Sportster engine
This glorious neo-futuristic board tracker was handmade in Indonesia, but it's bound for the prestigious M.A.D. Gallery in Switzerland. Excellent work by Krom Works, who built the bike around a Harley Sportster 1200 engine.
Brutester: An animalistic Harley Sportster 883 scrambler from Japan
Who doesn't love a good dual-Sporty? This Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 scrambler from Ruler in Japan scores high on both form and function, with a stealthy zebra paint job and every type of blacked-out finish imaginable. [Image by Kazuo Matsumoto]
Sovereign Raven: A custom Harley Fat Boy by Rough Crafts
This custom Harley Fat Boy is Winston Yeh's take on the performance chopper style. Kitted with parts from Öhlins, Beringer, BST and Rebuffini, it's low, compact and unapologetic.
Pan X: Motocrew's spicy Harley Pan America flat tracker
Stripped down to the basics, Motocrew's Harley Pan America flat tracker shows just how much potential The Motor Co.'s adventure bike has. More of this, please. [Image by Illume]
Classic Fighter: A punchy custom Street Bob by One Way Machine
Julian von Oheimb keeps evolving. Purposeful and lithe, his latest custom Harley-Davidson Street Bob build has a far more aggressive vibe than his earlier work.
Sportster Attack: A rigid Evo Sporty from Indonesia
The owner of Mika Motorcycles loves collecting exotic race wheels. So this rigid Harley Sportster wears a set of 1970s MV Agusta rims—along with a laundry list of bespoke parts. [Image by Alfi Nuri]
Sportsters Forever: David Zemla's custom Harley XLH 883
By David Zemla's own admission, he's completely over-capitalized on this Harley XLH 883 custom build. But the results were worth it.
Home Run: A beastly Buell hardtail from a first-time builder
What happens when a nuclear chemist decides to build a custom motorcycle? Magic, that's what. Corban Gallagher buttoned this beastly Buell hardtail up just in time for this year's Handbuilt Show. It uses an S1 White Lightning motor, and a custom frame from Bitter End Choppers. [Images by Myke Toman]
Meteor: A 1946 Harley-Davidson WL flat tracker from Japan
From the beautiful imagination of Toshiyuki 'Cheetah' Osawa comes this vintage Harley WL flat tracker. Highlights include the bronze-brazed chromoly frame, and the reversed rear cylinder head. [Image by Kazuo Matsumoto]
Giddy up: Colt Wrangler's prizewinning Harley Sportster
Colt Wrangler gets 10/10 from us for the metalwork on this gnarly Harley Sportster. He built it for the Roland Sands Dream Build-Off, taking home the gold in the 1,200 cc category. [Image by Isaiah Carrasco]
Greatest Hits: Rough Crafts' Best Harley-Davidson Customs
Winston Yeh at Rough Crafts has been in business for over a decade, with an unmistakable style. Blacked out paint schemes with a delightful application of carbon fiber are his hallmarks, in addition to trick suspension, devilish details and imaginative monikers. We've rounded up Rough Crafts' best Harley customs, at BikeEXIF.com. [Image by JL Photography]
Back to basics: A Harley Fat Bob in Rough Crafts' signature style
The second we laid eyes on this Harley Fat Bob, we know it was a Rough Crafts build. Distilled down to the basics, this brooding bobber also sports an Öhlins-equipped springer fork from Rebuffini, and Beringer Aerotec 4D brakes.
Lakeside Racer: A Sportster inspired by the Riva Aquarama
Hazard Motorcycles built this drag-style Sportster as a tribute to the most beautiful boat ever made: the Riva Aquarama. More specifically, the Aquarama that Riva built for Ferruccio Lamborghini.
How to build a Harley Sportster flat tracker, the Mule way
If you're thinking of building a Harley Sportster flat tracker, chances are you have a few of Mule's builds on your mood board. This is one of his best yet—built for a friend to go Hooligan racing with.
As seen on TV: An S&S-powered panhead by MB Cycles
Martin Becker knows his way around vintage Harleys. This one features a 1946 rigid frame, an S&S Cycle panhead motor and a shimmering yellow paint job. And it's set to star on the German documentary series, Handwerkskunst!, soon.