Warr’s London has been rolling out the best Custom Harley Davidson bikes since 1924 and continues on to this day as a Warr’s family business. Having vested over 80 years as Britain’s Harley distributor, Warr’s is still pulling tricks out of the bag as demonstrated in their latest bespoke creation, Unorthodox.
The Unorthodox starts as a Fatboy before Warr’s of London strips it down and customizes each part. The oil tank was removed from beneath the seat and the chassisre-shaped to drop the solid one-of-a-kind carbon fibre solo saddle to an extremeslammed ride height. A new oil tank was fabricated to fit inside the original,tear-drop shaped, Fatboy fuel tank. Stockwell crafted the high-low dual exhaustsystem which rather cleverly houses the rear lights in the carbon mufflers.
The bike features a re-shaped chassis, a pair of MotoGP spec Ohlins, custom-made CNC triple trees, brembo monobloc callipers and a new tuned 113ci Screamin’Eagle H-D Engine treated with glossy black powder coat and Diamond Cut cooling fins. Others include carbon fibre, race style clip-on handlebars fitted with Performance Machine controls, wheels wrapped in Metzeler rubber 3 inch open primary drive and foot controls.
Unorthodox will be on display in the Warr’s showroom on the King’s Road in London until the summer when its lucky owner will take delivery. The cost of this custom Harley bike went over £65,000 ($107,500). If you want your own custom Harley from Warr, visit them online for dope in stock bikes.