100th Anniversary FXSTD
The "Deuce" was Harley Davidson's addition to the "Softail" lineup in 2000, and it has since been received with wide approval. Styling aspects such as the front fork assembly with it's smooth lines and thick chroming are what customizers typically do to their own bikes, and the stretched fuel tank with the one piece smooth flowing dash cover have been custom details for some time now. > More Info



1946 UL
As post war America began adjusting to a "normal" life, returnees and civilians alike were anxious to begin enjoying the prospect of peace and freedom, which included freedom on the road "Harley Style". After a number of years of producing untold thousands of machines of varying styles specifically for the military, 1946 marked the first year of civilian only motorcycles for the motor company, and this model of machine could have been considered the top of the line for the solo performance rider. > More Info



1981 Suzuki
In 1981 the new GS-1100 was a formidable adversary to it's competitors with it's four valve heads , yet, time and technological advances have given reason to upgrade and modify this classic to be competitive. The paperwork provided for this machine indicates a significant investment of almost $20,000.00, in both performance and engineering between 1989 and 2007. > More Info



1992 FXLR
In the world of custom bikes, there are three basic categories that are the most popular; "old School Chopper" (typically a rigid frame), "Street Radical" (typically a softail frame) , and "Pro Street" (typically a swing arm frame), and each of these categories appeal to certain niches in the market. "Pro Street" enthusiasts are typically those riders who enjoy the individuality of a unique looking bike, but are more so interested in the superior handling characteristics of a swing arm style frame. > More Info



1993 FXLR
1993 was the 90th anniversary of the Harley Davidson Motor Company and as such various models in the product line up were embellished with anniversary paint schemes and tank emblems. This motorcycle had been altered to suit the visual and performance desires of the previous owner in 1996. > More Info



1993 FXSTS
To have won so many trophies and plaques that you can't remember the number, or where they all are, says a lot about the bike you've been showing for the last number of years. This machine has been adorned with chrome covers and caps and trinkets on almost every conceivable surface. Eye candy is what some would call it, others still would say it's rolling artwork. > More Info



1995 FLSTF
In many aspects, despite the mileage logged on the odometer, this machine could almost be considered as good as new both mechanically and in appearance. In early 2005, the engine had undergone an extensive rebuilding from the flywheels up, and it looks as new as the internal components are with the whole driveline being show polished. > More Info



1996 FXD
Motorcycles make a statement, but few as loudly as this one. Assembled by Hiway Choppers, this machine took a FIRST Place trophy for "Mild Custom" at the 2007 West Coast Custom Bike Show to verify that. The paint is by Jeff Balmes of JB's Custom Colors from Kelowna, and his artwork is quickly becoming recognized as top quality and very detailed. > More Info



1997 FLSTF
Typically speaking, the "Fatboy" has long been regarded as one of the most popular styles of big twin Harley Davidson since it was introduced in 1990. Reminiscent of the stripped down FLH of the fifties, it is low and no nonsense, built for ripping' around on and looking cool. > More Info



1999 FLSTC U-Bilt
Typically speaking, the "Fatboy" has long been regarded as one of the most popular styles of big twin Harley Davidson since it was introduced in 1990. Reminiscent of the stripped down FLH of the fifties, it is low and no nonsense, built for ripping' around on and looking cool. > More Info



2000 FXSTD
It's not often at all that you see a bike personalized with a monogrammed insignia on it, but this is indeed one of those occasions. This machine has been owned and creatively embellished by the same owner since new. According to the extensive receipts, it has been in a constant state of changing and improving since the day the deal was done. > More Info



2000 Ohara U-Bilt FXR
This Chopper Guys FXR was originally assembled with many of the top of the line parts that were available in 1998 when the bike began being constructed, and many of the components were made by high performance manufacturers such as show polished S & S Performance cases, a MAGNA Charger, and a chromed SU Carburetor which all make a visual impact on this bike. > More Info



2001 Billy Lane
CHOPPERS INC. built 26 motorcycles in 2001, and according to the USA certificate of title (see attached), this is more than likely one of them. Turns out though that 2001 was the worst year (until now 2007)) for the company, and quoting Billy Lane himself, "that was a disaster. > More Info



2001 Bourget LowBlow
Imagine going to a manufacturer of some of the most radical customs available in America and asking for an even wilder version of one of their customs. Such is the case with this particular machine. Originally christened as a "LOW BLOW", this bike has been modified and radicalized by the manufacturer to suit the tastes of the owner. > More Info



2001 FLSTF U-Bilt
This "U-Built" is quite simply a fat tire "Fatboy" with all the basics of a cool looking "boulevard cruiser". Clean, simple, and lowered with beefy components. Pro One forged billet "Storm" wheels with matching brake rotors and the skinny pulley. A wide swingarm with a custom tab fabricated on to it to mount the side mount license bracket. > More Info



2001 FXSTD
The Deuce was Harley Davidson's newest offerings in the "Softail" lineup, and it has continued to be received with vast approval. The bike itself has much more refined styling than it's counterparts. Styling touches such as the front end with it's smooth lines and thick chroming are what customizers typically do to their own bikes, and the stretched fuel tank with the one piece smooth flowing dash cover have been custom aspects for some time now. > More Info



2002 FLHR
What do you say about a C.V.O. bike? They're beautifully adorned and modified with no less than forty three performance and cosmetic accessories, straight from the Custom Vehicle Operations department of the H-D Motor Company. (see the attached sheet "Additional Comments"). 2002 marked the third year of production for the C.V.O. plant, and the first year for the Road King with a production total of 2200 in two different show quality paint schemes, this one being the more popular purple with silver/grey flames. > More Info



2002 FLHRCI
The "Road King Classic" has for many years been revered as the best of both worlds when it comes to the road handling characteristics of a sportier bike and the comfortable ride of a tour class machine, regarded by many to be the happy medium between a full blown touring bike and a cool looking boulevard cruiser. > More Info