Harley Davidson has left its mark in the history of motorcycles, becoming almost synonymous with it. Their bikes are presents on the streets and roads around the world and now their 2012 Road King has received an upgrade by the talented team of mechanics from Taiwan, Rough Crafts.
The back end of the bike is made out of light composite materials, together with incline saddle bags and numerous details all painted in matte black. The front end received Arlen Ness mudguard, together with custom built gas tank, giving the Road King a sleek silhouette. Knee guards are placed on the sides, while black leather seat finishes the look.
The bike features Arlen Ness progressive forks and Pirelli Night Dragon 23-inch tire, mounted on Arlen Ness rims. It also has the Legend Air Ride system, giving it the ability to adjust the height of the ride. It is powered by a twin-cam engine and Performance Machine hydraulic clutch.