The bike, now called Grand Funk No. 2 on account of it not being the first one of its kind, obviously, was originally a 2018 Road Glide that got heavily modified to really look ready to take on whatever adventures the roads of Japan and elsewhere have to throw at it.
The end product is a mix of OEM parts, like the fairing and front fender, modified in some cases by Bad Land, like when it comes to the fuel tank, and full custom bits.
Arlen Ness, for instance, provided both small and big elements that went on the motorcycle. The shop made, for instance, the fork boots, rear fender, saddle bags, and mirror, but it is also the one responsible for the exhaust system that went onto the Grand Funk.
As usual, Bad Land does not say how much all the parts and work that went into the custom bike are worth, but the thing is probably not cheap. Add to that the price of the donor motorcycle, which in this case would be over $21,000 for the current model year, and you have one expensive toy on your hands.