Beatles Bike

The One & Only

Welcome to The Beatles Bike Web Site - Featuring An Award Winning Extraordinary Beatles Themed Harley-Davidson Motorcyle

 

What better way to combine two of your favorite things...at least two of my favorite things, than to have your Harley custom painted with The Fab 4. I hope you enjoy the pics on the following pages. 

The Canvas:      

A Harley-Davidson - 2002 Dyna Wide Glide

The Concept & Design:     

Created by Rick L.

The Artwork:    

Masterfully created by Chris Cruz Artistry of DeLand, Florida.  Everyone who sees the bike in person cannot believe the level of detail and the quality of the paint job.  Chris Cruz is by far, the finest artist, painting motorcycles today.

The Seat:             

A Le Pera "Sorrento" model seat transformed by Alligator Bob and his team at
Advanced Custom Design.  The seat and back rest are  unbelievable and the pictures just don't do it justice!


Custom
Chrome Pieces:   

The custom kick stand, transmission cover and drum sticks shift linkage were all fabricated by McGowan Metal Fabrications in Germantown, MD.   

"Ticket To Ride" Mirrors  were fabricated by Eckcraft Metal Arts.  Each mirror is an exact replica of an actual concert ticket when the Beatles played in the US.  The left side mirror is from their first concert in the US on February 11, 1964 at the DC Coliseum in Washington, DC.  The right side mirror is from their 1965 tour...the August 30 date at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. 

Sound System: The 3" chrome waterproof speakers are hidden, as is the chrome amplifier.  Hooked up to an IPOD with a wireless remote, these speakers are loud!  No problem hearing the music or horn when you're cruising on the interstate, even with shortie drag pipes.

Show Display Materials:

The "Turntable" mat that the bike is displayed on, was hand painted by artist Melody Sarecky. It "plays" all 3 rpm's...45's, 33's and 78's and you can see the two extra yellow 45 adaptors on the corner of the turntable!


Questions or Comments?

Email is:    Rick@beatlesbike.com

You Tube Video

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