The bike is an older work of a German garage that goes by the name Bad Boy Customs. It's an impressive one at that, not solely because of the changes made to it, but also thanks to the special shade of black used all over.
So, the first thing that strikes you is the blackness of the thing. The color was abundantly used from head to toe, covering almost every inch of the build, from the front fender to the fuel tank with motorcycle engine graphics on it and all the way to the massive rear steel fender that shows a skull supporting Harley-Davidson lettering. Even the engine cover, exhaust and saddle come in black to avoid spoiling the overall effect.
The custom touch of the shop can also be experienced when looking at the massive rear wheel and through the fitting of an air ride suspension system meant to make the two-wheeler sit low when stationary and ride higher when on the move.
We are not told if any changes were made to the engine powering the beast, nor do we know how much the thing cost to put together. Knowing how these things usually go, though, expect the tally to be at around $10,000.