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Harley Softail Rocker ‘Dark Cannon’ by Rough Crafts

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Nov 6, 2015

Category: Rides

The balance between form and function is a hard one to strike. Nowhere is that more apparent than looking at this stunning Softail made by Rough Crafts for the founder, Winston Yeh. It’s a bold statement in appearance with smooth tires and a drag bike look that makes even the toughest racer think twice.

Starting off with a FXCWC Softail Rocker C from Harley Davidson, Yeh has made a bike that clearly lives on the absolute razor’s edge. He wanted the raked out neck and huge swingarm that made people fall in love with the looks of this bike. Once he had it, he slapped on a 23-inch Morris wheel from Roland Sands Design that finalized the batcycle look to this bike. A performance machine from nose to tail, it’s scary looking, scary fast, and we think the name Dark Cannon couldn’t be more on point.

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