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Podcast-In this episode we talk about Rick (Big Daddy) Kane's 2001 Harley-Davidson Road King project. He has some great stories and tells where this bike actually came from. Every used bike has a story and this one is pretty cool, so you will want to listen in for sure. This is a secondary bike for Big Daddy, who has a 2014 Harley Ultra Limited for those long cross country trips. He basically shares the older bike with his father.
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Rick has done quite a few things to this Road King to make it look like a “Cholo” bike with a Mexican low-rider type influence, which is why he calls it “project Chola”. He did it all very affordable and used local resources. For obvious monetary reasons, he couldn't just go out and buy all new parts for the transformation.
Listen in as we break the entire project down. He learned a lot of things and shares many tips and tricks.
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Joseph Schott says
Gorgeous bike!! Hard to believe that a little rolled up towel can protect you from wind like that. Good to know, going to try it on my Street Bob ( and a few other things from this ride). Quick question, what kind of seat do you have there?
Mustang two piece Touring seat.