I’m a huge fan of Sportsters, especially ones stripped down to bare essentials ala Speed Merchant and Storz. We’re seeing this trend all around, even Chopper Dave just tweeted his need for an XR Style Sporty fender. Since Café Racers are becoming a burgeoning fad in the Sportster community, Burly’s new Café Tail Sections should be a huge hit.
No more fender, ugly stock turn signals and license plate frames to clutter things up. Just a clean, minimalist look to completely change up the appearance of any 1986-03 Sporty.
Burly is currently offering these sections in a partially covered model with paint-able black gel coat and a fully covered option. Want more? Both options include super-comfortable gel inserts in the seats. Get a jaw dropping custom look without all the cutting and fabricating. Thank you, Burly.
When we were kids we wanted our bikes to look like motorcycles, now some of us want to make out motorcycles reminiscent of our old ramp jumpers. Seems Roland Sands pioneered the whole BMX/Moto hybrid style. It wasn’t long before Harley followed with its Hollywood handlebars, featuring the distinctive cross-member. Now Burly’s on the scene with a set of bars that look straight off your brother’s Mongoose. Just need to hit the bike shop for those nifty checkered Vans bar pads and some stickers. Check ’em out over at Burly.