The 2017 Official Daytona Bike Week Motorcycle is accumulating quite the pedigree of parts. The tried-and-true stock Harley Ultra formula looks much sportier thanks to the Paul Yaffe Bagger Nation touch, including a Chupa Rear Fender, Super Stretch Saddlebags, and Razorback Gas Tank. If getting upgrades from one custom bike building legend wasn’t enough, it’s also got traces of the incomparable Arlen Ness in its design straight from Arlen Ness Enterprises red hot 10-Gauge line of parts, the front seeing the addition of 10-Gauge Hot Legs and Fork Boots while the engine, tranny pack, and primary all don 10-Gauge covers. The 2017 Official Daytona Bike Week build is now not only starting to look the part, it’s running like a top thanks to an RPT Air Intake, Power Port Dual Headpipes, and Race-Pro 4” Slip-Ons from Cobra USA.
With the likes of Yaffe and Ness already associated with the bike, it’s only fitting to add the name of another custom building heavyweight to the mix – Klock Werks. The company’s Flare Windshield is one of the best on the market, with an aerodynamic design that’s been tested in wind tunnels. It’s got the “Flip” at the top that reduces turbulence on riders and “Hips” on the sides that routes wind away while adding downforce to the front end. In our opinion, it looks pretty darn sharp, too. Klock Werks is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2017, and you don’t enjoy that type of longevity in this industry without manufacturing quality products.
Street Stuff Cycle’s Eric Crayson slapped it onto the stock Batwing fairing in a jiffy and added some Klock Werks Contrast Cut Trim for good measure. We can’t wait to see the look on the face of the person who wins this bike! As of 12/28/2016, only 563 out of 4500 tickets had been sold, and this bike is going to be raffled off whether it reaches the maximum or not, so chances of winning could be even better.
If you’d like to get in on the 23rd annual drawing, head over to OfficialBikeWeek.com to buy your tickets. You don’t have to be present to win, so even if you can’t make it to Daytona Beach Bike Week this year, you can still ride away a winner.