In the world of custom motorcycles, or specifically custom Harley-Davidson motorcycles, few names command as much respect and admiration as Big Chris Staab and Justin Coleman from FXR Division. The duo’s latest creation, a custom Harley-Davidson Milwaukee-Eight FXR, has the custom motorcycle community buzzing with excitement. But there’s more than just this custom FXR that’s getting a lot of attention as of late. This fine example is just one representation of the 10 total custom builds taking part in the first-ever FXR Tour, a fun motorcycle riding event created by Jace Hudson from The Fast Life Garage and Justin Page from MyMachinist, that celebrates the camaraderie behind building these fine machines and then doing what we’re supposed to with them: Riding them.
Justin and Big Chris’s latest M8 FXR project that has been months in the making, but the reveal on Instagram yesterday, garnered a lot of attention. The retro AZ-cop-inspired color scheme and graphics pays tribute to Chris and Justin’s roots in the Phoenix area, but the bike itself features a solid-mounted drivetrain, 180 rear tire, and a cutting-edge Mono Shock rear suspension system, demonstrating FXR Division’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of customization.
One glance at FXR Division’s latest FXR, and you’ll notice the meticulous attention to detail. From the sleek lines of the frame to the flawless paint job by Andy at Flyin Iron Designs, every aspect of this motorcycle exudes excellence. Chris and Justin have spared no effort in ensuring that every nut and bolt on this bike is a work of art.
But this isn’t just a showpiece; it’s built to perform. The heat cycling process has already begun, ensuring that the engine is operating at its peak performance. After that, it’s all about breaking in the miles and fine-tuning to perfection. FXR Division knows that a motorcycle should not only look incredible but also deliver an exhilarating ride.
You can see the latest FXR Division build in-person, so mark your calendar for the ride to Born-Free Show Texas, starting at Durango Harley-Davidson on October 16. This is your chance to witness the Milwaukee-Eight FXR up close, chat with the creators, and be a part of the #FXRTOUR experience.
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