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The Crook

Warr’s Harley-Davidson

Model :STREET BOB Category :CHOP

The chassis is completely stock. The rear rim has been widened and the original rear rim is now the front so we could run 16in tyres front and rear. To keep the identity of the Street Bob, we cut into the side of the fuel tank to give it our Kings Road custom signature look. To mimic the mid-1990s custom look we used the Defiance Collection engine covers and forward controls.


There are a couple of things that really make it stand out: the 2-2 upswept exhaust, and the gas tank. 


A lot of it speaks for itself. Like I said the gas tank is iconic to us, there’s nothing that’s really hidden and we have tidied up the lights, super bright. Everything is quite apparent on this, it’s not a complicated build it’s very simple, you can see every detail. We wanted to create a build where there wasn’t anything that was too challenging. The whole idea of it was to easily replicate and promote easy custom building that’s effective by looking awesome.


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Charlie Stockwell (38) – Head of Design and Custom. What inspired my passion for two wheels? I guess it was my brother in law. When I was 12 years-old he rode bikes when no one else in the family did at the time. I always liked bikes but never had the opportunity to ride them until he taught me.


Even though I’ve owned and still own a few bikes, it is Harley-Davidson that is special to me – for a lot of reasons. History, for one. The passion, as well, that people have for Harleys – it’s infectious. There’s the freedom they give– not just from riding, but also the freedom of expression in the design of the bikes; something that can be extended with customisation. Let’s not forget Harley ownership also gives people a sense of belonging with the huge community spirit that’s grown with Harley.


I’ve been customising since 1996. Under our custom sub-brand Warr’s Kings Road Customs, it’s been non-stop custom design and builds. As for BOTK, I’ve completed three Sportster builds, going back to 2015, which was the first one and then again in 2016-17. The 2019 BOTK build is for a Warr’s customer who had a chop/bobber, kind of, back in the 90s. This BOTK build is a modern take on that.

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H-D P&A: Defiance Chrome Rocker Tops & Rocker Lowers. Defiance Chrome Cam Cover, Derby Cover, Handlebar Grips, Footpegs, Shifter Peg, Slotted Shifter Lever, Slotted Rear Brake Lever, Front Brake & Clutch Lever, Chrome Bar & Shield Shifter Linkage. H-D Bobber Solo Saddle kit (re-trimmed), 16 x in Gloss Black Wheel Rim.


Other: Custom Rear Fender, Firestone Champion tyres, modified Gas Tank, mini LED turn indicators, side mount license plate, Wild Hog Aged Brown Saddlebag & Brown Solo Saddle. S&S Grand National Chrome 2-2 exhaust & Chrome Mini Teardrop Intake. Custom Paint.


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