WIN THIS HARLEY! Dennis Kirk Sweepstakes Update II

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This 2009 Fat Boy came to us used, but will leave a very different bike, possibly in your hands!

Back in January, we published the first in a series of post to keep you updated with the Dennis Kirk/American Iron Garage Fat Boy sweepstakes. We revealed a few pictures, spoke briefly about the bike, and gave you instructions on how you could be entered for a chance to win. To see the comprehensive install stories in relation to that post, pick up the Winter issue of American Iron Garage.

The game continues. We’re still going to tease you with suggestive glances at our Dennis Kirk/American Iron 2009 Fat Boy, inviting you in for more. We’ll hike the skirt up a little bit, in a risqué move to show off where the aforementioned Fat Boy started out. We’ve already spoken to the fact that making modifications to this bike felt bittersweet, as it came to us used and almost the perfect bike. So as to give you lot something to oogle, we teamed up with Dennis Kirk to give this bike away. But you may want to know a bit of its past before getting into anything serious. Here’s the chart from its run on the dynamometer, before anything came on or off.

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Fat Boy Before Dyno

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Be sure to check out our Spring (On sale 3/8) issue to witness a visually pleasing upgrade and a sweet mount install on the Fat Boy, and purchase the coming issues to follow along with in-depth articles and close-up photos of the modifications. And how can this Fat Boy be yours? Subscribe to American Iron Magazine (877.693.3572) or Motorcycle Rides & Culture(877.693.3577) and you are automatically entered to win. So subscribe today. Or you can enter with no purchase necessary at denniskirk.com.

Kiss the old floorboards goodbye.

Kiss the old floorboards goodbye.

JayBrake forward controls give the Fat Boy a clean, modernized look.

JayBrake forward controls give the Fat Boy a clean, modernized look.

The Fat Boy ditches these old digs for a serious upgrade.

The Fat Boy ditches these old digs for a serious upgrade.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fresh dash for the Fat Boy. Very fresh.

Fresh Klock Werks dash for the Fat Boy. Very fresh.