Blings Cycles Nickled Knucklehead

 The Knuckle engine, or “61 OHV” as the Harley-Davidson factory originally called it, is a beautiful classic choice for many of today’s customs. In its 74” version it has enough punch (45 hp) to satisfy a lot of our riding needs, especially when placed in a rigid frame. “Nickled Knuckle” is a fine example of a custom built to emphasize the beauty of the engine that Harley started to produce in 1936 to motor its motorcycles. Stumbled on this one hand-built by Bill Dodge at Blings Cycles while at Biketoberfest. Blings frame, 1941 Knuckle engine, Baker tranny, front end of a Dyna narrow Glide, Tech Cycles belt drive, both front wheel is 23″ x 3″, rear is 18″ x 5.5″, Brembo brakes and controls, Bling Glass Paxx exhaust, etc.

6 Responses to “Blings Cycles Nickled Knucklehead”

  1. 1 GAMBLER Oct 22nd, 2008 at 1:54 pm

    love this bike! so pure.

    loose the knobbies, that trend needs to die

  2. 2 Rocket Oct 24th, 2008 at 5:43 am

    Sick. That’s just about as perfect as a bike gets.

  3. 3 Revolution Manufacturing Oct 27th, 2008 at 11:25 am

    This is one of my fav bling’s bikes. and dont forget that the back wheel is one of our carbon fiber parts.

  4. 4 muthu Nov 3rd, 2008 at 7:24 pm

    This is find nice racing bike. its look smart. bling cycles are quite nice.structure of this bike is very different. high speed engine. very good efficiency. its economic model.

  5. 5 burnout Nov 15th, 2008 at 10:48 am

    the knobs come in handy when you have to escape the man by hitting the woods! peace

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