Customized Sportster: 2003 Harley-Davidson Unique Ride

Renowned specialist Charlie Stockwell at Warr’s Harley-Davidson has crafted a one-of-a-kind modern cruiser, the Harley-Davidson Sportster, as a retirement gift for former Olympic high jumper and avid bike enthusiast, Ben Challenger. The custom build swaps out the original 883cc V-twin for a robust 1300cc engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission.

This unique motorcycle boasts several enhancements including a custom exhaust system and a polished drag bar adorned with cotton tape grips. A handcrafted tan leather saddle adds a touch of luxury to the ride. Its frame has undergone a thorough refinishing process with a black powder coat finish, while the fuel tank features exquisite Japanese motifs meticulously painted by Image Design Custom in Camberley.

The Harley-Davidson Sportster is not just about aesthetics; it's been tailored for performance too. Lowered handlebars ensure a more aggressive riding stance, complemented by headers wrapped around the custom exhaust for a timeless appeal. The presence of Warr’s badging proudly signifies the craftsmanship behind this remarkable machine. Completing the ensemble is a meticulously crafted tan leather seat, offering both style and comfort to the rider.