Custom Harley-Davidson Fat Bob by Rough Crafts
Winston Yeh has an uncanny talent: he builds custom Harleys that excite people who don’t normally like Harleys. Operating as Rough Crafts out of Taipei, Taiwan, his creations are lean and brooding—with impeccable finishes. Essentially a stripped-down 2009 Fat Bob, the Dyna Guerilla packs a 1584cc v-twin engine within a matte black exterior. As well as the front lowering kit and rear shocks by Progressive, the Arlen Ness titanium black fork legs and 16″ wheels round out the essentials, accompanied by parts from the Rough Crafts collection, including the handlebars, foot controls, air filter, fuel tank and cap, rocker arm cover and quilted leather seat. Maintaining a slick black theme throughout, the engine’s polished fins accent the entire affair perfectly, topped off by the Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight headlight.
Given Taiwan’s ruthlessly strict laws on customizing bikes, the engine is essentially stock—and the frame has only received minor edits. But just about everything else is new.