The Harley-Davidson Iron 883 is a true badboy motorcycle that sounds as good as it looks. An Iron 883 is the base bike of the Gasoline Motor Company SJ2 Frisco Chopper. Built as a collaboration project between Gasoline Motor Company and the rum masters at Sailor Jerry, this custom motorcycle bleeds cool.
Although most of the bike is blacked out, the fuel tank features a charcoal satin finish with Sailor Jerry’s logo on one side. Gasoline Motor Company’s logo is on the other side. The fuel cap features a Hula Hula girl cartoon to go along with the sailor theme. A Motogadget vertical mount speedometer is on top of the fuel tank, right under the fuel cap.
A bright 4.5” LED headlight leads the way along with Lowbrow Customs fat fork shrouds and custom fabricated handlebars. The fat bottle style grips feature black and white striping to wrap up the front end.
SJ2’s rear suspension features Progressive shocks to increase ground clearance. A chubby stainless steel can exhaust by Johnny Japan makes sure this bike is heard and seen. The flipped up short rear guard came from a 1970’s shovelhead and the word godspeed is written on the back for all those left in the dust.
There are even more custom details worth checking out on the Gasoline Motor Company SJ2 Frisco Chopper. They did a really nice job on this bike despite saying the bike was built on a tight budget. A video documenting the build and showing the bike’s first country ride is coming soon. Stay tuned to Gasoline Motor Company for more details.
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