There are a bunch of very visible changes made to the standard Road Glide, but one that immediately catches the eye is the massive wheel up front. We’re talking about a 30-inch aluminum piece, “black anodized and contour-milled,” sitting under the cover provided by a fender to match its gargantuan size.
Visual changes continue over the length of the bike, moving from the front wheel to the custom tank, and all the way back to the rear fender. Additionally, a bolt-on rake kit is on deck to help with the modified look, but we’re told it does not change the driver’s position all that much.
Aside for the other minor changes that went into this build (things like ignition cover, license plate frame, or taillight), the Road Glide was also the recipient of an air ride suspension kit to improve its road stance.
All in all, there are a little under 20 important pieces of hardware fitted on this thing, all wrapped in a nice custom paint. We are not provided with the cost of the build, but the parts used on it (you can have a look at all of it here) amount to about 12,000 euros, which is about $14,500 at today’s exchange rates.