Builder Bricksonwheels knows how to construct a scale Harley, and here's a pair to fit your moods. Feeling a little dark? Take this black on black Street Glide for a cruise. Or for a little more shiny in your life head out on this Softail custom. Both of them are deliciously detailed from tip to tail, and just yearning for the open road.
I briefly entertained the notion of getting a Harley once (and may again someday, I've always loved them) and this was of course considered, the venerable Sportster. This version by builder Maxime Cheng hits all the right notes and captures this classic's essence perfectly. You can practically hear the engine roar.
Feast your eyes on this gorgeous beast. Builder bricksonwheels brings us another jaw dropping HOG that is a total showstopper. Purists might take issue with the over the top use of metallic plating, painted parts and a few non-LEGO elements but I for one do not care in the least, it's so beautiful the ends justify the means.
How far back do you think police motorcycles have been used? Would it surprise you to learn that Harley Davidson credits Detroit Michigan as the first purchaser of a police bike back in 1908? That's right, over 100 years ago! Of course those were significantly different than this Electra Glide brilliantly recreated by builder brickthebrick. Just look at all that custom chrome, shiny!
Custom parts (modified, chromed, printed, painted) tend to divide a lot of builders. Purists consider them "cheating" or somehow offensive. I'm actually pretty OK with them (at least the chromed and printed ones) mostly because I use them in animation a lot. It's hard to deny the results of a nicely assembled bit of quality chromed parts. You can't tell me the impact of this outrageous custom Harley by builder brickthebrick would be just the same with gray parts and limited official chrome, just look at that engine!
Have you ever heard of a custom style known as rat bikes? It's where you customize your bike, but go for a practical or unfinished look. Usually it's primer, sometimes there's rust, but they're all meant to ride and they all have personality. These aren't show bikes, they're cobbled together from spare parts, made functional (and presumed legal), gassed up and on the road. They're the product of love, and so is this 1/10th scale rat bike from bricksonwheels, gritty magnificence.