It is exactly a year ago that I build my last bike, a Lego Harley Davidson Streetglide replica. A year later, working on a big truck project, I noticed a nice challenge at Lugnuts, where bikes where the theme of the Month to build. It triggered my attention and as I felt like building something fresh outside my regular trucks, and I took up the challenge and build this Harley Davidson Fatboy. It is modded with an old charged 110ci engine, special exhausts and a really wide rear tire. A Harley engine is best chromed, but other then that i kept the bike rather agressive with black/orange colorscheme. Hope you like it!
A great piece of ART! Highlighted in http://legotechnicmotorcycles.blogspot.com
Hope you like it! If, for any reason you donīt want to have your bike there, or want to change something, please let me now! Nice regards!
Wow! What a gorgeous replica! I'm loving all that chrome. And it's not too often that I visit a non-weapon creation out of the blue (Cause I'm a gun builder.) I might need to look at your other work when I get the time (School work and all). Beautiful bike!
I like it
May 20, 2012
Good looking, but I think the chrome is played out.
Thanks a lot all for your comments. I am glad you like it. One of the comments referred to the chrome as played out. I would not know. I use chromed bricks to make my models look more realistic. I am not a Lego fetish in that sense, but i love the medium to build scaled models. Certain 'rules' of purity or do or dont's i don't really follow, as for me the fun of the detailing and realism in the building comes absolutely first.