Malaysian Batpod by Eastern Bobber
Eastern Bobber are bike buider based in Malaysia.
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2014 Harley-Davidson 48 [Forty-Eight] expert bike review
The Harley-Davidson 48 is a member of Harley's entry-level Sportster range
and has been inspired by the Bobber movement of the late 1950s. Its balloon
tyres, slammed aesthetic and wonderful air-cooled V-twin may celebrate a
brilliant past, but as Jon Quirk discovers, the 48 works pretty well as a
modern day town bike, too.
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'08 XL1200N Harley Davidson Nightster Short Shots
Nightster with a few mods. 'Stage 1' with Vance and Hines black Short
Shots, Vance and Hines Fuelpak, and Screamin Eagle air cleaner. Black
Progressive 412 rear shocks. Mustang Vintage Solo seat. The
'stage 1' with the new pipes really woke the bike up. It *feels* like a
Harley now. The sound is incredible. It's quite a bit quicker too. The
combination of the 412's and seat have made an incredible improvement to
the ride. I think I can actually ride for more than an hour without
needing to stop and stretch now. I plan on getting a detachable rear rack
and roll bag for it still and maybe a new grips and pegs set, but I'm not
planning much more in the way of modifications. A few accent pieces here
and there is all I can foresee. No ape hangers or forward controls for me.
I like it like it is.
Nightster Competition Series "Tomasa"
Vance & Hines Competition Series Exhaust, HD SE Heavy Breather Air Filter, SE Pro
Super Tuner, SE Spark Plug Wires, Vance & Hines Competition Map, Relocated
Mirrors, Skull Covers, Relocated Speedo, Front Custom Spoiler, 91HP
Motorcycle Movie - The Harbortown Bobber (watch online free - first ten minutes!)
Get the full movie at http://www.choppertown.com Please enjoy the first
ten minutes of our film free of charge. You can rent the whole documentary
on YouTube or Amazon, you can also buy the region free DVD with all the
extras at ChopperTown.com. Thanks for the support.
Two years in the making, The Harbortown Bobber follows the ground-up build
of Scott DiLalla's '69 bobber as various back yard masters put their hands
on it creating a unique custom motorcycle, showing their techniques and
telling their own personal stories along the way.
Guaranteed to make you go out back and fire up the welder!
Here's what the press has to say:
"The best motorcycle movie to date". ~Lisa Ballard, Cycle Source Magazine
"Night shirt, check. Slippers, check. Monkey pillow, check. Harbortown
Bobber DVD in the player, double freaking check!!! Lets get ready to
Ruuummmble!!!" ~Matt and Dean. DicE magazine
"Much more than a how-to video, The Harbortown Bobber takes you on a
hard-rocking ride through Southern California's custom bike scene while
showing you everything that goes into the making of a one-of-a-kind
bobber." ~Brian Catterson, Motorcyclist Magazine
"A fascinating documentary that proves in a joyous and celebratory fashion
that ingenuity and pride of workmanship are still alive and well in
America." ~Ed Youngblood, MotoHistory.net
ALL REGION motorcycle DVD with bonus clips and 12 page full-color booklet.
Featuring: Irish Rich (Sinner Nomad), Earl Kane (Earl's Bikes), J-Bird
(Japanese Jay), Jonathan Smith, Todd's Cycle, Century Cycles, U.S. Kustoms,
Dennis Goodson and the music of The Lords of Altamont.
top 10 bobbers
this is my top 10 of my favourite bobbers.
everybody seems to be asking me what bike number 2 is, so there you go
2008 Harley-Davidson Nightster XL1200N
This is a short clip of me on my Harley-Davidson Nightster 1200. I bought
it brand new in May 2008. I got it customized with Screamin' Eagle Super
Tuner, Screamin' Eagle Intake, and Vance & Hines Side Shots exhuast. I got
it Dyno tuned in March
2010 and it made 81.12 rwhp, and 79 lbs/ft torque - it's definitely a
torquemonster. Also, the video does not do the Exhaust justice, it's louder in person. I will
try to upload some better riding videos, but I was just anxious to get a
quick video on a nice spring day.