You all know that Baggers have never been so hot and logically they are now the big customizing craze. When they don’t compete in their own bike shows, they are shown in the classic big bike show competitions where they excel against their one-off from the ground up built competitor contraptions. Like this radical bagger named “Tantalizer” built by part-time custom builder Kenny Williams winning a big trophy and a free trip to Germany during the Sturgis AMD World championship Of Bike Building.
How long and low a Bagger can be? Should be? No limit, will probably answer Kenny. If lowering the bike to the ground via an air ride (5″ travel) and hammering a perfectly flowing bodywork are the most evident noticeable features, merit of this custom bagger resides in details like a billet motor with smooth rocker boxes where no hardware is visible, hidden spark plugs, all primary covers and velocity stack machined to perfectly match the wheel design, anodized billet trim on bags and rear fender, gas tank and running boards all with carbon fiber inlays.
In the frame stretched 5″ with a 44-degree rake, a billet 120″ engine built by Mike Garrison was cradled and coupled to a 6-speed tranny from Baker Drivetrain. Wheels (23″ front dressed in Vee Rubber, 18 x 8.5″ rear wrapped with a 240 mm Metzeler tire) were sourced at Performance Machine. Modified Air Suspension front end comes from Perse. KW Customs.