Dyna Guerilla Fat Bob By Rough Crafts, One Of The Baddest Harley Davidson In Existence
We’re here to bring you the most beautiful, creative, original things from around the world, pure awesomeness delivered online. And whether you’re a bike enthusiast or not, you have to admit that the next item which we chose to present definitely fits into this category: Dyna Guerrila Fat Bob, a gorgeous motorcycle created by the Taipei-based custom bike maker Winston Yeh in his Rough Crafts garage.
Known for their custom Harleys, the guys behind Rough Crafts impress through the high level of craftsmanship and the attention to detail, creating masterpieces on two wheels. A common point of all their creations is the dark appearance, as they usually look pretty sinister.
Their latest build, Dyna Guerilla, keeps the theme going with a stylish matte black, bad-ass look. Almost every surface on the Dyna Guerilla, other than the V-twins polished fins, is some shade of black. Even the single Harley Forty-Eight headlamp is surrounded by a black cage, keeping the menacing appearance of Rough Crafts’ other bikes.
The custom motorcycle maker has essentially stripped down a 2009 Harley Davidson Fat Bob (introduced in 2008 as part of Harley’s Dyna series) and put his signature on it, adding Progressive rear shocks, a Progressive front lowering kit, Arlen Ness 16-inch wheels, Lyndall brakes and Rough Crafts’ own in-house designed handlebars, foot controls, air filter, rocker arm covers and seat. The bike is powered by a 1584 cc v-twin engine,so you can safely assume there is no lack of power of excitement when dealing with this beast.
The Dyna Guerilla Fat Bob By Rough Crafts wasn’t really intended for sale, but somebody put in a bid and bought it before the build was even finished. And whoever the lucky new owner is, he no doubt has the baddest bike on the block.