Exile Cycles Parts for Stock Harley-Davidson Softails

Exile Cycles announce the introduction of a complete line of bolt-on parts for stock Harley Softails. Designed by Russell Mitchell, these components will allow you to transform your ride in to a custom with all the toughness and simplicity of an Exile, whilst maintaining all the function and reliability of the stock Harley. All the Exile-style but with HD title, insurance, warranty and financing! Pictured here is a 07 Softail Standard transformed into a beautiful Bar-hopper with 100% bolt-on parts  (no cutting, no welding)! Among the new range are horn and coil relocation kits, various knurled covers, forward control adapter plates, bolt-on kickstand kit, hidden switchgear and open belt primary drives. Add this to existing Exile offerings such as wheels, brakes, forwards, bars, pipes and front ends and you have the ingredients for one sweet ride. For more information visit Exile Cycles.


10 Responses to “Exile Cycles Parts for Stock Harley-Davidson Softails”

  1. 1 harry Nov 3rd, 2008 at 10:39 am

    I think that this is pretty cool, Russell has the right idea. I believe that you are going to see more of this, people customizing stock H-D’s as opposed to getting a “custom bike” for $20,000+ anymore. I remember seeing a guy by the name of Martin “Chubby” Rivera (I belive that is his name, and I think it was Barnett’s magazine/the guy w/ the H-D dealership in El Paso but don’t quote me on that) that did custom Harleys as opposed to building bikes from scratch. As time passes and the economy improves, then you will see high-dollar customs come out more and more but I think the custom H-D’s will be coming out of the woodwork more for the next few years. BTW: will Exile Cycles be doing stuff for the Sportsters and Dynas? Just curious…

  2. 2 Dave B. Nov 3rd, 2008 at 8:08 pm

    Ahhh, bikes are now returning to thier custom roots, a donor bike with a good VIN, cheaper to insure, easier EPA stuff, it just solves a lot of problems for most customers. Sure there are always gonna be some big spenders for the elaborate customs, but the core of custom is and will remain, a factory bike with a quality makeover.
    By the way Russell, looks good!

  3. 3 Rodent Nov 4th, 2008 at 9:07 am

    About time someone got it right, customizing stock bikes…Russell will be a leader in the field…

  4. 4 Triumph Nov 4th, 2008 at 10:42 am

    I think Russell is smart enough to recongnize that the days of people paying to have $40K+ custom bikes built are fucking over. Offering Exile parts that will bolt up to stock bikes is definitely the smart way to go. Otherwise, you’ll just find yourself out of business completely.

  5. 5 Mick Chadwick- Custom Cruisers.com Nov 4th, 2008 at 11:06 am

    Hi in Europe everybody customises stock bikes- very few silly money bikes about – so just carrying on the tradition europeans have always had- ? Mike

  6. 6 James(Kiwi) Nov 4th, 2008 at 2:28 pm

    Chopper used to mean a ” Chopped” standard motorcycle.

    Chopped for speed ,function and looks.

    Not a parts bin billet Queen.

    Just an opinion


  7. 7 toph Nov 5th, 2008 at 4:34 pm

    that softail looks good in person too. it’s a cool bike.

    make the bike yours one part at a time, or go for the whole package. good philosophy.

    i hope russ benefits from the multitude of these scooters out there.

    i’ve been trying for years to convince the master chopper builders of america to keep it simple and cater to the market, rather than being artistes and complaining they’re going broke. at the end of the day, it’s still a business.

    good on exile- best of luck, mate.

  8. 8 Sheriff Nov 5th, 2008 at 5:10 pm

    Hey friends
    Just made this clip last week in LA

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