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I love the influence and styling cues that racing motorcycles have lent to customizing. Not much else embodies the combination of raw power, light weight, and agile handling as a 1930’s alcohol burning Speedway Racer, which is the style I have chosen to roll into my creation for Rolling Thunder’s milestone event. The simple plan is to incorporate Speedway styling with design elements found in some of the Air Force fighter planes and bombers, while avoiding the traditionally followed and well-worn paths of ornamenting the machine with faux bombs, missiles, Gatling guns, and nose art. Nose art is great, but there will be no place for it on this bike. With the goal of keeping the weight around 300 pounds. My expectation is that the 93-inch S&S K-Series Knucklehead engine will produce around sixty horsepower. A modified Evil Engineering belt drive and Baker six-speed gear box will put the horsepower to the rear wheel. – Billy Lane

Built In: U.S.A.Bike Style: Trackers

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 Air Force Tracker Bike Specifications – Choppers Inc.

Class Styling Trackers
Engraving Engraving by New Line – Heather
Featured Parts Brass / Copper Accents
Frame Custom One Off Frame
Gastank Speedway Gastank
Intake Cover Scoop Linkert / Knucklehead
Motor Brand S & S
Motor Config Knucklehead
Paint Color(s) BlueChrome or Polished Metal
Paint Theme Military
Seat Leather / HandtooledSolo Sprung
Suspension Front Custom One Off
Suspension Rear Rigid / Hardtail
Tires Knobby
Wheels Standard 40-80 spokes