Official 2017 Daytona Bike Week Build Audio: ASA Electronics, Hogtunes, Kuryakyn

Arlen Ness. Paul Yaffe’s Biker Nation. KlockWerks. Cobra. Harley-Davidson. If this isn’t an impressive list of contributors for the 2017 Official Bike Week Motorcycle, we don’t know what is. This is evolving into no ordinary 2010 Harley-Davidson Ultra. The team at Street Stuff Cycle in Norwich, CT, have been doing an incredible job of turning this tourer into a real runner, high in style and performance.

Keeping up with current trends, the 2017 Official Bike Week Motorcycle has been outfitted with a boomin’ audio system. This bike is built for the long haul, and jamming out to your favorite tunes is a great way to melt the miles away.

Jensen HD1BT Stereo for 2017 Official Bike Week Motorcycle

Thanks ASA Electronics for sending over a new Jensen HD1BT stereo for the 2017 Official Bike Week Motorcycle.

For starters, the good people over at ASA Electronics sent us over a new Jensen HD1BT stereo. One of the best things about the HD1BT is it’s the “first true replacement radio made to fit into a Harley-Davidson factory opening without requiring any special mounting kit or brackets.” Like the factory stereo, it can operated through the handlebar controls. In addition to its standard AM/FM tuner, riders can stream audio through Bluetooth or plug in their iPhone or iPod directly. It’s Sirius XM-ready and has weather band with S.A.M.E. weather alert, a particularly handy feature for bikers.

Hogtunes 200-watt amplifier on 2017 Official Daytona Bike Week Motorcycle

A 200-watt Hogtunes amplifier is going to make the 2017 Official Daytona Bike Week Motorcycle go Boom! 

The new Jensen stereo is going to sound great pumping out of new speakers from Hogtunes. Inside the fairing sit two 5 ¼” speakers, the Hogtunes Front Speaker Kit coming with a 200-watt, 2-channel amplifier. If that wasn’t enough, the custom Ultra has been outfitted with a set of Hogtunes 200-watt 6×9 Saddlebag Speaker Lids. The saddlebag speakers are divided into 1.25” tweeters and a 6×9 woofers. The speakers are weather resistant and the lids seal up tight so no water gets into the saddlebags. Rounding out the new audio package is a Kuryakyn Dual Function Flexible Antenna. At 17” tall, the Kuryakyn antenna is clean and compact. Needless to say, with this sound system, the 2017 Official Bike Week Motorcycle is going to thump!

Hogtunes Speaker Lid install

The Hogtunes Speaker Lids feature a 1.25″ tweeter bridge and a 6×9 woofer.

So how do you get in on this action? Simply go the website and click Enter to Win a Cycle. You can’t miss it. Tickets are $50 each, but we’ll let you in on a little known secret. For every two tickets purchased, you get an additional entry. The winner will be drawn Saturday, March 18, 2017, at Riverfront Park on Beach Street in Daytona Beach. The clock is ticking, so get your tickets now for a chance to win this top-shelf touring machine.

Hogtunes 6x9 Saddlebag Speaker Lids on 2017 Official Daytona Bike Week Motorcycle

Street Stuff’s Eric Crayson slides the cover on the Hogtunes 6×9 Saddlebag Speaker Lids.

ASA Electronics – Jensen HD1BT Stereo
Hog Tunes Saddlebag Speaker Lids with 6×9 200 Watt speakers
Hog Tunes Front Speaker Kit with 200 Watt Amplifier
Kuryakyn- Dual Function Flexible Antenna