Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 2019 Harley-Davidson Roadster. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.
The core components stayed the same, meaning it was still an excellent platform for customizers such as Richard Pollock of Mule Motorcycles. Two months ago, this motorcycle was featured on BikeEXIF.
This example is VIN: 1HD1LM338KC434000, Engine #: LM3K434000. The seller acquired it two years ago directly from Mule Motorcycles.
During his ownership, the seller has covered 10 miles, it has primarily been kept on display in an office. The odometer shows 18 miles.
This started as a 2019 Harley Davidson Roadster and the motor was left stock. The seller states that this was purchased new and then given the following build sheet by Mule Motorcycles:
Mule 1.0” stainless flat track bars with pressed in aluminum end plugs, relocated ignition switch.
Sundance (Tokyo) Magnesium 19” cast wheels wrapped in Golden Tyre flat track style DOT tires. Rear wheel 3.50” X 19”, Front 2.50” x 19”, both finished in Ceracoat. Custom bearing carriers/adapters in the front and rear wheels.
Highly modified swingarm, powdercoated silver.
Handmade stainless steel exhaust system with Cone engineering stainless megaphone which retains the factory O2 sensors.
Storz Performance aluminum fuel tank.
Storz Performance XR seat base and pad. Seat base modified from “as received”. Rear of the main frame modified with custom rear seat loop/taillight mount.
Custom Mule left and right footpeg and mounting assemblies. Bates rubber dirt track pegs.
New rear master cylinder and handmade reservoir.
Custom paint by Superbike Paint.
The seller states that there are no cosmetic blemishes.
Currently located in Venice, California, this custom Harley-Davidson is offered on a clean California title with registration that expired in November of 2021.
Per the California DMV website, it would cost $308 to make the registration current through November of 2022.
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