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2007 Roland Sands Vintage Photo Gallery
Roland Sands Design Wallpaper featuring the Vintage.
Photos of the 2007 Roland Sands Vintage.
2007 Roland Sands Vintage Kit
Sometimes its not easy being the editorial director for a motorcycle magazine, but somebody's got to do it.
Somehow we think it would be a little difficult to shift in those heels, but we're not complaining.
Dream on, boys. It doesn't get much better than this.
Hey, I think I've seen that same plaid print on my grandma's couch back in the 70s but you know what, it sets the tone for the Vintage bike.
The Vintage seat is thin and minimialist but the Schwin-like springs help absorb a bit of the road that the softail suspension might miss.
Even after putting on RSD's Vintage body kit, owners still maintain their Harley-Davidson's registration and reliability.
Roland Sands dubbed this patriotic piece The Punk Rocker.
Sorry, no room for passengers here.
The Vintage seat kit includes fiberglass battery covers, billet seat pivot, steel seat supports, seat springs and a steel seat pan.
The steel tank rests on a clever tunnel that hides the OEM wiring and the square backbone while holding the stock ignition switch.
RSD has long been an acronym in a biker's vocab, but Roland Sands gives it new meaning.
Notice the chain drive conversion on the Punk Rocker? We figured you missed it - start paying attention people.
The Stocker's tank has a convenient 'How-To' list for riders who desire to transform their Twin Cam softail into a customized Bobber.
Dissatisfied with the stock rear fender, Sands built one that met his standards.
The chromed steel RSD Vintage 'Dive Bars' rise up one foot and can be purchased separately for $399.95.
The Vintage bike features a sweet Aitrix paint-job and that sick El Borracho stature.
The Vintage body kit is available in individual component groups to allow you to tailor your bike to your unique style.
Be careful where you point that thing, will ya buddy?
Punk Rocker utilizes a standard H-D fork and forward controls and tall bars give the bike a traditional cruiser riding stance.
So Cal sunshine, an RSD Vintage custom, and a hot chick. Life is good.
If you birds s@#! on those bikes, it'll be seagull fricassee time.
No, it's not the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria. It's RSD's Punk Rocker, The Stocker, and The Vintage.
Roland Sands Designs won the Rookie of the Year Biker Build Off award in 2005 and Biker Build Off Champion in 2006. Can you see why?
Sands demonstrates there's more to being a motorcycle mogul than bustin' knuckles in the garage.
The Board Tracker is a MotoGP powered custom built by Sands with help from King Kenny Roberts.
When you're young, successful, and good-looking, hotties like this one come with the territory.
Sands jokingly said that if you think chicks dig you on a sportbike, you'll get twice as much game aboard the Vintage. Check out the cheesy grin on Ken's mug as he does the quick math while reaching for his wallet. There's no limit on that company Amex card - right?
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