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Harley Davidson Ultra Glide Art Bike – Prince Street, NYC

June 23rd, 2010 by Ian

Apparently we have a horny, motorcycle riding collage artist on our hands. The best part…this nudie hog is for sale. From a distance, the charasmatic paint scheme appears blurry, cluttered and tacky. But as you get closer to this Dresser (thats Harley speak for touring bike), the XXX details actually start to grow on you from a “I can appreciate the skill that went into that” standpoint. There are crazy levels of detail and, dare I say it, artistic talent going on here. I think it’s safe to say that Larry Flint would be a big fan of this bike.

Best of luck to the seller.

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NY Cycle Show Wrap-Up – Javits Convention Center, NYC

February 8th, 2010 by Stu

This year’s New York Motorcycle Show may not have been all that significant from a new model introduction standpoint, but that doesn’t mean Javits wasn’t packed to the brim with eye candy. We already brought you some tastey shots of Confederate’s B120 Fighter and Wraith but Progressive Insurance also had a kick ass booth full of one-off choppers and other custom creations. Equally cool was the Sucker Punch Sally and Campagna T-Rex displays. Hell, Ducati even put on a little fashion show to highlight their new Multistrada and line of motorcycle-inspired apparel.  Check out all the goodies after the jump.

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H-D Sportster Iron 883 – Elizabeth Street, NYC

November 25th, 2009 by Ian

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Harley’s entry level Sportster has never been cooler thanks to special edition models like this Iron 883 ($7,999) and its 1200 CC Nightster ($9,999) counterpart. From the 13 spoke cast aluminum wheels and black denim paint to the chopped rear fender and front fork gaiters, it’s amazing how seemingly minor changes to color and trim can dramatically transform the character of a motorcycle. Not to say that we don’t like the base Sportster (883 Low) but its got nothing on this blacked out beauty.

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2010 Harleys – West 26th Street, NYC

October 16th, 2009 by Ian


Just days before Harley announced the shuttering of its Buell sport bike brand, the top brass from Milwaukee was in Manhattan showing off their 2010 models to socialites who will probably never buy one. The launch party took place at Ainsworth, a hip new joint that Urban Daddy calls “the harmonious marriage of a gastropub and the sportsbook at Caesars”. The guy guy venue, with its plethora of sports-playing plasmas and use of wrought iron and wood, was the perfect venue for a brand that was popularized by outlaws.

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