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“Snow Drag” Sportster Roosts the Slopes of a Ski Resort

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“Snow Drag” Sportster Roosts the Slopes of a Ski Resort

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Banska Bystrica Harley-Davidson “XL1200CX Sportster Roadster Snow Drag” bike

Banska Bystrica Harley-Davidson “XL1200CX Sportster Roadster Snow Drag” bike

Got the winter blues because it’s too snowy outside to ride? These guys have the solution.

Banska Bystrica Harley-Davidson, a dealership in Slovakia, has turned a Sportster Roadster into a Snow Drag bike by adding a ski on the front, extending the rear, and throwing a snowmobile track on the back. The result – instant fun.

Banska Bystrica built the “XL1200CX Sportster Roadster Snow Drag” bike for Harley-Davidson’s 2017 Battle of the Kings. To showcase their build, the company posted up this video on YouTube. We thought it’d be the perfect tonic for “Mundane Monday” so we figured we’d pass it around.

The idea of outfitting motorcycles for winter play is gaining steam as Snow Bikecross made its debut at the Winter X Games this weekend. Granted, they use converted motocross bikes for the event while the Banska Bystrica crew used a heavier Harley Sportster, which in our book deserves even more kudos for going against the grain.

Enjoy as they roost ski slopes on a Snow Drag Sportster.

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