Custom Harley Davidson FLHR Road King in Telegraph Cove, British Columbia for sale

Custom Harley Davidson FLHR Road King
Custom Harley Davidson FLHR Road King

Harley Davidson
Immaculate Road King FLHR with only 7400 km currently on a new build completed in 2016. This 1998 FLHR was stripped down to the frame and rebuilt from there. Here are the highlights of the build, which at this point, is running at a little over $50,000. All the work was done at Phoenix Cycle in Langford on Vancouver Island.
Lost of little shiny bits added not listed here, these are the big ticket items of note:
-quick release luggage rack
-chrome bezels on all front and rear lights/turn signals
-powder coated lower front forks
-Corbin solo seat/detachable driver backrest/pillion pad
-Chubby Bar 14" mini ape handlebars
-Heat Demon heated grips, lines run internally in handlebars (all lines (signals, ignition etc) are also internally routed)
-iso grips with throttle boss and throttle lock "cruise control"
-LED turn signals (front and rear) and brake lights
-Memphis Shades quick release batwing fairing with 9" touring windscreen
-flushmount gas caps with LED fuel gauge/battery level indicator
-Performance Machine 4 piston brake calipers with oversized rotors
-steel braided brake/clutch/throttle cables
-Dayton 18" 100 spoke front wheel
-Vance and Hines monster oval exhaust
-Baker 6 speed direct drive transmission
-S&S 111 cubic inch touring motor (V111T) with IST ignition, S&S super E carb. Peak horsepower of 115 HP and peak torque of 125 ft-lb  (100 ft-lb available starting at 2200 rpm)
-custom candy rootbeer paint with gold flake and custom pin striping
-bike is stored under a carport in summer and in a heated garage in the winter
The bike pulls like a freight train, no need to downshift when passing. Runs like a dream, regretfully I need to sell because the ergonomics are aggravating a back issue so it has to go. Asking $22,500. No trade offers please.
Shop manual, manuals for motor and tranny, special pump for adjusting air suspension and all receipts/service records are included. Ted Gordon, owner of Phoenix Cycle, is also available to talk about the bike with anyone who is interested.

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