Written by Donny Ariyanto
Everyone has their own special way of doing things, whether it’s how you make your morning breakfast or if fold or scrunch the paper. When it comes to building bikes, it’s no different. People will tell you their approach is best and that any other way is wrong, but the reality is you just do what feels right and hope for the best. While some peoples like to sketch things out or spend hours in photoshop finalizing a design, others jump in head first without a moments hesitation. We falls into the latter category. To some that might sound like madness, but looking at our finished product. This 1995 Harley Davidson Ultra Glide 1340 is our first attempt to build like a Bagger style, and we can did this creation.
Started with the bodyworks…removed front an rear fender and made it a new one with a new design like a bagger and still used 1.2 mm galvanized plate. After the bodywork was done, Komet Studio made his move! We choose candy green from Autoglow and decorated with a silver glitter and also combined with glossy black with a little gold stripe. An engine we painted it a doff-black with powder-coating painting techniques. For the wheels, we choose 21 inch DNA fatspoke rim for the front and 18 inch DNA fatspoke rim for the rear and wrapped with Avon White Wall 120/70-21 & 160/60-18. Completed the project, 16 inch Khrome Werkz handlebar was selected to provide ‘the enjoyment of riding’. 7 inch OEM headlights was attached at triple tree and we selected 2 in 2 Vance & Hines exhaust with a strong sound.
After we delivered this simple bagger bike, we can safely assume that we have done with this build. Please remember, this is our first with this model. So…welcome “THE ATTEMPT”.
- Body Custom by STUDIO MOTOR
- Painting & Airbrush by KOMET Studio
- 21 Inch DNA Fatspoke & Avon White Wall 120/70-21 (Front)
- 18 Inch DNA Fatspoke & Avon White Wall 160/60-18 (Rear)
- OEM Headlight
- 16 Inch Khrome Werkz Handlebar
- 2 in 2 Vance & Hines Exhaust System
STUDIO MOTOR Custom Bike