With this ’10 Harley Road King, it’s all about details. Every part has been touched with a special eye. Throw in a 103-inch Harley-Davidson motor enhanced with a Trask Performance turbo kit, Arlen Ness rear view mirrors stealthily placed under the handlebars, and a one-of-a-kind front fender by B’Cool. It would be criminal if I failed mention her flawless skin done up by Steel Vision. An asymmetrical bandana pattern laid on top of deep candy apple red looks almost lickable. The final touches are bits and pieces custom-made by John himself. And there’s a ton of them in addition to other parts manufacturers I don’t have room to mention. Curious? Flip over to the spec sheet for the rest of the 411. Even the fancy zebra-print saddlebag linings, a.k.a. “Pimp Liners,” belong to Sinister. It’s something John seems to have an affinity for. And if you find animal prints tickle your wilderness fancy, check out the website for a plethora of patterns to float your bag-liner boat.
There’s no kick-ass stereo system, friends, his is a clean machine. But it isn’t anything an MP3 player and earbuds can’t remedy. After all, we are in the 21st century.
No matter how long you look at it, you’ll find something new to marvel at. There’s no denying this dirty little jewel satisfies the most demanding consumer. So if you’re ever in South Africa, don’t be surprised if you see Mary strutting her assets. She gets around.
A family man with an über-sexy and proportionately badass military wife and a couple of rug rats destined to be heart breakers, John’s turned an episode of Cops into an unlikely all-American fairytale, not a pseudo wannabe celebrity tale ending in a downward spiral of sado-masochistic proportions. This isn’t the pile o’ crud you’re bombarded with on a daily basis.
He walked the walk and lived to talk the talk. Keep your eyes open for another piece of work coming soon. Maybe the “Dirty Sanchez Martini”? Nah, but whatever it is, it’s destined to never disappoint.
So who’s laughing now? B