New Rear Wheel Set Up For Your Harley-Davidson Touring Motorcycle

genndyne2genndyne1This is Glenndyne Design’s newest release featured at the V-Twin Expo this weekend (booth 2424). It’s called the “SET UP” and is a direct bolt-on rear wheel for Harley-Davidson touring models to match their line of internal brake front wheels. The company built a solid rear wheel, hub , pulley and rotor then drilled it for hardware so everything matches the front internal brake wheel.  Pictured here with a tungsten silver ceramic lip and black faces. Any finish/color combo is available. Beautiful and exclusive, but only if money is no issue. A complete set 18″ rear and 21″ internal brake front wheel will set you back $5800.00. Glenndyne Design

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8 Responses to “New Rear Wheel Set Up For Your Harley-Davidson Touring Motorcycle”


  1. 1 bigalyts Feb 7th, 2010 at 8:31 am

    As stated”If money were no Object” Our Homes would be worth what they were and $50,000 + Cycles would be the Norm..And these wheels MIGHT Sell!

  2. 2 BadMonkeyMW Feb 7th, 2010 at 12:30 pm

    Earth to Glenndyne: We’re in the worst recession in a quarter century. If you could time travel back to 2004 you might sell some of these wheels. I’m all for coming up with something new, but if the V-Twin industry is actually going to rebound, this isn’t the way to do it. The Great Cinncinnati Circle Jerk continues.

  3. 3 ian Feb 7th, 2010 at 12:32 pm

    Its very nice indeed – but at three times the price of some other billet wheel sets (like Pro 1) and when your bagger hides about 50% of the wheel visibility, it does seem a bit extravagant. Its still super cool and that is what customising is about I suppose.

  4. 4 Doggy Feb 7th, 2010 at 6:40 pm

    BadMonkey

    There were a LOT of new products in Cinci… the show was pretty dead this year. WAAAAY less vendors, and WAAAAAAAAAY less attendees.

    The show is a fraction of it’s size in previous years. The custom industry is not doing so well!

    As for new products, the first “pics from the show” were some “look who i am with!” pics of known guys in the industry and a pic of a wheel… the more coverage on the wheel.

    It will be interesting to see what reports we see on new products coming over the next days, and also interesting to see if this internal brake company ends up being a sponsor of this site 😉

  5. 5 cwglide Feb 8th, 2010 at 3:43 pm

    BadMonkey: “Earth to Glenndyne” funny. You have a good point BadMonkey. Not a good time to be releasing $2,500 wheels in this economy, and money is the object these days unless you made good in wallstreet,,,lol. I have to say nice wheel design, its different.

  6. 6 Aaron Glenn Feb 9th, 2010 at 1:08 pm

    Thank you for the post Cyril! I would just like to thank everyone for stopping buy the booth and giving us some of there time. I really would like to see everyone focus on what this industry is about. options. Any company who has unique options and products at all price point levels has a great shot at making it in this industry. We only hope to follow the foot steps of the greats before. Arlen Ness, Ted Sands, Burt Baker etc. All of these guys did something right and they all had extravagant parts as well as simple bolt ons, But it was quality people could appreciate. Harley guys love cool options. The business plan works! Buy the way we are selling the wheels. And yes the guys buying are in a different tax bracket than me. But I love meeting those type of people! Stay safe spend time with your loved ones cuz you cant take any of this with you! see everyone at the next show!

  7. 7 Larry E Feb 9th, 2010 at 3:44 pm

    That inner rotor/caliper idea is incredible. I want one.

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