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The Bomb Runner by Rough Crafts

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Jun 6, 2012

Category: Rides

Custom bikes continue to be a big business despite the economic downturn, and Taiwan based custom bike builders Rough Crafts continue to produce nothing but gems.

This time around the team introduces their beautifully crafted ‘The Bomb Runner.’ The bike is based off a 2011 Sportster Forty-Eight 1200 and is drenched from head to toe in a black paint job with the exception of a few polished components to add a nice hint of contrast  to the overall appearance. This bike is the second offering in the line of “Guerilla” bikes that the company plans to produce, and the bike maker chose to go with many of their own parts for this particular project including the tank, fenders, triple trees, rocker and clutch covers, and the clean 2-into-1 exhaust system that finishes off the exterior.

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