Built for the ride

Published on July 17th, 2009

Ridiculously huge rear tyre, loud punchy exhaust note, and chrome, lots of it. Yup, it’s a full-fledged chopper, and you can’t mistake it for any other type of bike.

Too much chrome? Nonsense. This bike was built from ground up, except for the engine, which came straight from 1,340cc Harley-Davidson Softail Heritage. Everything that’s on the chopper was custom built to fit the owner’s exquisite taste, and that is understating it.

The chopper is sitting on custom-built 18″s and using Avon tyres, the same tyre used by Bentley. The sprocket, brake calipers, brake discs, forks, fork brace, front light, number plate, swingarm, the clutch lever, heck, even the oil filter and air filter is custom made.

We asked the owner to fire up the bike, and we were very glad that we asked. With a smile worth as much as the bike (the owner refused to allow us to publish the bike’s price tag), he inserted the key and pressed the starter.

We were simply blown away.

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The speedometer is incorporated into the custom handlebar to give the bike a clean look all round.

The whole bike was built with the theme ‘Maori’ in mind, including the airbrush, which was painted by an Indonesian artist. You can catch this bike around town particularly around Hard Rock Café Kuala Lumpur as the owner does take it for a ride sometimes.

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“The bike handles pretty well, considering that it’s a custom built bike. I made sure that the bike has the right centre of gravity and comfort to make it perfectly rideable,” said the owner.

When asked about the name of the bike, he said “I didn’t have any name for the bike but when I won the best custom category of the Kuala Lumpur Bike Week, a reporter asked me if there’s a name for the bike during an interview. Since I didn’t have any name for it, and our country was on about to send our first astronaut to space, I decided to name the bike ‘Angkasawan’”.

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Check out the some of the images we gawked at and let us know what you think about it.

words: Syawal Ahmad  pix: Azham Zainol


  1. Posted by Nick G on June 17th, 2009, 05:53

    Nice bike. I wish someone would make an XLCR ‘Cafe Racer’ custom for a change, though.

  2. Posted by Johan Izham on June 17th, 2009, 11:25

    Heck, i don’t even know how to ride a bike but this one makes me wanna learn how to ride it! It has that force to just pull you in closer to stroke it, touch it, speak to it let alone let you feel its beating heart when you flick the wrist at the throttle…Damn! I don’t even know how it sounds like but knowing it came from the Softail, its gotta be good…

    Masterpiece it is… kudos to the creator!

  3. Posted by Lee Agas Guang on June 17th, 2009, 21:51

    how come the owner wouldn’t want to be shot in the picture? it will have a very very classic look as a picture..don’t u think? the man and his machine? anyways..i blew me away to see the details of customization..really have the oriental feel..2 thumbs up!

  4. Posted by Kidino on June 18th, 2009, 16:06

    Hmm… maybe should do more on custom bikes in Malaysia. Is that bike local made??

  5. Posted by Traffic Mag on June 18th, 2009, 18:30

    not oriental lee… the theme of the bike is maorian from the paintbrush to the bit and pieces of the bike.

  6. Posted by Traffic Mag on June 18th, 2009, 19:32


  7. Posted by Kidino on June 19th, 2009, 09:08

    If it is locally made, you should interview the builder after this … and see what else he’s made.

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