Harley-Davidson is one of the most recognizable brands on the planet. Every time a Harley rips, the sound and style are unmistakable. That’s why building a custom Harley-Davidson motorcycle capable of stealing the show is so challenging. Julian von Oheimb has built a reputation of doing exactly that with his custom bike brand, One Way Machine, out of Germany.
The One Way Machine Custom HD Softail Deuce just might be Julian’s best work yet. After all, it earned him a gold in the Modified Harley-Davidson class at the prestigious AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building.
One look at this custom Harley Softail is mesmerizing. The hypnotic monochromatic finish is achieved through the selection of a special mirror chrome paint combined with matte and polished parts featured on the build. Dubbed the ‘Silver Storm’ for obvious reasons, taking a closer look reveals much more than initially meets the eye.
Julian started with a modern classic Harley as the donor. He stripped a 2001 Harley-Davidson Softail Deuce FXSTD all the way down and got to work. He modified almost every detail of the bike, including the selection of a Hercules fuel tank from the fifties. This custom built bike is truly one of a kind, giving Julian’s OWN (One Way Machine) stamp on the legendary Harley brand.