Shades Of Black Wheels

adrenaline1adrenaline2After chrome and the now quite classic gloss black powder coat, Wana-Ryd Motorcycle is offering its popular Adrenaline wheel model in matte black finish.

This wheel looks great on stock Harleys as well as on full-blown customs. Simple and clean design that will look just as good in 10 years as it does today!

Manufactured from 6061 “virgin” billet aluminum. This model belongs to the Stark-Line Series offering 6 different wheel designs as well as matching rotors in 3 different styles and sizes and matching pulleys (including Cush drives which most other wheel companies still don’t offer.)Available for all 1984-Present Harley-Davidson models, many Victory models as well as other metric cruisers. Contact 888-926-2793 or or visit Wana-Ryd Website.

4 Responses to “Shades Of Black Wheels”

  1. 1 Joshua Jul 19th, 2013 at 8:25 am

    Modern classic. Nice.

  2. 2 Kirk Perry Jul 19th, 2013 at 2:57 pm

    The rims are nice. I’d like to see 13-spokes instead of 5.

    My brother’s 2003 Dyna-Glide 100 yr. Annie came with (13) cast aluminum spoke rims and the wheels look more chariot which was actually the first motorcycle or convertible depending on how you relate.

    Having (5) spokes leaves a lot of air space not filled-in with something, imo.

    Draw two circles on a piece of paper. One with 5-spokes and the other with (13). Which one looks more motorcycle?

  3. 3 Sigfreed Jul 20th, 2013 at 6:41 am

    It would be great if wheel makers publish the weight of their wheels.

    The reduction in weight of wheels and as such the reduction in unsprung mass, has a notable (if not dramatic) effect on the dynamics of a motorcycle (more so than eg a car – due to the contribution to the overall mass of the vehicle), ie acceleration, change in direction (viz handling) and braking, it is (or at least should be) a pivotal consideration when evaluating your choice of wheel.

    By example:

    – Aluminium (alloy) wheels are usually lighter than steel wheels – one would assume? The fact is you are never sure. Just as it is the case with food, I think wheel makers should be required to publish functionally critical data, about their product/s.

    – The makers of spoke wheels should publish the weight of the rims alone as well as the weight of the entire wheel. When considering the unsprung mass – the rim of a spoke wheel is an important factor to consider.

  4. 4 Kirk Perry Jul 24th, 2013 at 2:35 pm

    Rear belt “iron slag” residue on Sportster mufflers are hardened bits of rubber that are impossible to remove without using Oven-Off on a warm muffler (not hot!) and wipe it off with a 100% cotton rag (which won’t melt).
    Never use a scuff pad on chrome that you want to stay bright.

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