Posts Tagged ‘Rough Crafts’

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

Harley Davidson Sportster “Stealth Bullet”

This Harley Davidson Sportster “Stealth Bullet” custom isn’t just about aesthetics, although Winston Yeh and his team at Rough Crafts certainly got that on point. The low-slung bike is kitted out with handful of upgraded parts that include a custom headlight and seat, fitted on a minimalist girder suspension on a 21-inch Performance Machine wheel in the front and an 18-inch wheel in the back. With all of this on top of the monochrome aesthetic, it’s no surprise Rough Crafts won the 2013 AMD World Championship award for it.

Friday, February 8th, 2013

The Shadow Rocket

Expert motorbike makers Rough Crafts joined forces with the equally talented Roland Sands Design on a spectacular hand-built conversion. The bike, dubbed “Shadow Rocket,” is based on a Harley Davidson 2002 FLSTF Softail and features an all-black composition along with enough suped-up aftermarket parts to grab even the most discerning of bike geeks’ attention

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

Rough Crafts x Roland Sands Design Shadow Rocket Motorcycle

When two experts come together to hand craft, let’s say, a motorcycle–excellence is near guaranteed. Such is the case with Rough Crafts and Roland Sands Design‘s new collaborative endeavor: the Shadow Rocket. Aptly titled for its all-black composition, as well as its slew of turbo-churning aftermarket parts, it’s the details that make this bike a rider’s greasy dream.

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Harley Forty-Eight Custom Motorcycle by Rough Crafts

Custom bike builders Rough Crafts have released a masterfully done custom Harley Forty-Eight motorcycle. The beast was produced as a collaborative effort between Rough Crafts’ Winston Yeh and Shaw Speed’s Steve Willis.

Saturday, April 7th, 2012

Rough Crafts x Zero Engineering

Harley knucklehead

There’s a wonderfully gothic, Victorian vibe to the latest machine from Taiwan’s Rough Crafts. It’s built around an S&S Harley Knucklehead motor, using a kit from legendary ‘samurai chopper’ builders Zero Engineering.