GASOLINE ALLEY HARLEY-DAVIDSON
The choice of bikes for us to enter the Battle of the Kings was simple really, Right from when we first laid eyes on the new Fat Bob in LA last year we have had a bit of a man-crush on this thing. It’s got genuine performance, a great aggressive stance and just a little bit of a bad attitude... We've ridden the Fat Bob 114 at race tracks, down the quarter mile, round the hills and down the highway, it’s a great all-around fast Harley out of the box...... but the real reason we chose it is the styling, it is a genuine polariser, you either love it or hate it, everyone seems to have an opinion on it, but no one can take away from the FatBob that it’s a genuinely quick, fun motorbike that has great attitude. As such we really didn’t need to go too crazy on our build, we thought we'd build on its stance, we fitted some big fat 18 inch eye-catching wheels, tidied up the rear with a tail tidy, and had a 1 of custom paint job in Cobalt Blue with a tribute to the "insert eye roll here" the "good old days of AMF" that seem to be way more popular now, than they were at the time. The paint combined with these wheels has definitely done its job attracting peoples eye...... we haven’t changed the overall appeal of the bike though, it’s still a genuine polariser with those that have seen it, and we wouldn’t change a thing we’ve done to it.