Skill Level: Medium
Low, slammed, and chromed is the look most commonly associated with the lowrider style of motorcycles. Custom bikes can range from a few key modifications to fully modified showbikes with no part left untouched. You have to walk before you can run, and all good lowrider motorcycles have a few key components that give it that signature look.
We started with a mostly stock 2008 Softail Deluxe as our base bike. The goal was to get the basic lowrider look by using Torch Industries HB-8 handlebars, Burly Cable Kit, Mustang seats, and Ride Wright Wheels wrapped in Avon Cobra rubber all installed in one day. To handle the wrenching duties we enlisted the help of IMZZ Elite out of Fullerton, California. It was a long day, but we managed to knock it all out start to finish in less than 10 hours. Rather than giving a step-by-step instruction, we’ll cover the highlights of the build.
Tripper and Standard Seat
Ride Wright Wheels
Source:: Lowrider In a Day