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2012 Motorcycle Superstore Harley Road Glide Project Photo Gallery

Climb On as we chronicle the transformation of a stock 2012 Harley Road Glide into the Motorcycle Superstore hot rod bagger courtesy of the skills of local talent Mark Daley of Thunder Struck Custom Bikes.

Mark Daley of Thunder Struck Custom Bikes tears into the engine of the Motorcycle Superstore Harley Road Glide.
Out with the old, in with the new. The engine upgrades include the swap to S&S 585 Easy Start Cams.
These are the some big pistons going in to the Motorcycle Superstore Harley Road Glide project.
The S&S 106” Big Bore Kit is available with the same silver or black wrinkle powdercoating as stock, so it’s easy to match the stock finish of your engine.
Get 'ir done, Mark! We're anxious to get this baby back together so we can take it out for a ride.
Besides the S&S 106" Big Piston Kit, we swapped out the cams, fueling cam plate, lifters and oil pump on the Motorcycle Superstore Road Glide.
The stock Twin Cam 103 on the Harley Road Glide is a capable mill in its own right, but for the Motorcycle Superstore project, we're bumping up displacement with the addition of an S&S 106" Big Bore Kit and new cams.
The new jugs for the Motorcycle Superstore Road Glide slip right into place.
The Arlen Ness Deep Cut Fork Legs and Boots are hot off the production line, barely debuting a few months back in Cincy.
Thunderstruck Customs provided its own air cleaner for the Motorcycle Superstore Bagger Project.
The addition of PIAA off-road lights give the Road Glide project a unique profile.
Daley hacked off the highway bar and capped it off to open up the front and place focus on the slick fork and front wheel.
With its S&S 106" Big Bore Kit, high performance cams, new pipes and intake, the Motorcycle Superstore Road Glide is going to be a real hot rod.
The stock dual discs of the Road Glide have been replaced for a single Arlen Ness unit with Hawg Halter 4-piston calipers.
The Ridewright Windmill wheels stand out with the black 12-point screws.
The Motorcycle Superstore Bagger Project has seen some major front end revisions.
A BDL 2" Open Belt Drive and JayBrake Forward Controls are a big step up from the stock primary drive and floorboards.
A Dakota Digital Dresser Gauge Package with blue LEDs and a J&M Rokker Speaker Kit tidy up the cockpit of the Superstore Road Glide.
The Motorcycle Superstore Road Glide Project is really beginning to take shape!
Mark Daley of Thunderstruck Custom Bikes poses with the 2012 Harley Road Glide he put the custom touches to.
The tail end conversion of the Motorcycle Superstore Harley Bagger includes the addition of Progressive Air Ride Suspension, a new Ridewright Wheel, an FBI drop seat, and the final touches to the audio system.
Mark Daley turned the stock bagger into a hot rod for the Motorcycle Superstore.
With the engine and front end done, the final installment of the 2012 Motorcycle Superstore Harley Road Glide project digs into the conversion of the rear end.
Here's the first picture of the Motorcycle Superstore Bagger Project, a hot rodded 2012 Harley-Davidson Road Glide.
Here's a great shot of the Motorcycle Superstore Harley-Davidson Road Glide project customized by ThunderStruck's Mark Daley.
The Superstore Super Bagger was the star of the party this past weekend, along with the band Red X and its creators, ThunderStruck Custom Bikes.
The Superstore Super Bagger has a hot rod look so it was only fitting to shoot it out on the quarter-mile.
An S&S 106" Big Bore Kit, a BDL open belt drive, a ThunderStruck horn cover and Gun Metal Grey and Black Ceramic paint are just some of the highlights on the Motorcycle Superstore bagger.
Seeing as how he built it, it's only fitting that custom builder Mark Daley get to take the Superstore Super bagger out for a test run (on a closed course).
Attention to detail sets a killer custom motorcycle apart from the crowd.Mark Daley paid attention to detail with the Motorcycle Superstore Harley bagger project.
Friends and fans showed up at the Touvelle Lodge for the appreciation party the Motorcycle Superstore threw for Mark Daley.
The addition of PIAA lights is one of Daley's favorite new features on the Superstore Road Glide.
We love the look of the Dakota Digital display on the Motorcycle Superstore bagger.
Kerker pipes, FBI saddlebag lids with speakers and a new drop seat are features of the custom Road Glide's tail end.
Ridewright came through with some sick new wheels for the Superstore Super Bagger.
The Superstore logo looks like a sticker but is really painted on to the tank. Cool effect!
Mark Daley breaks in the Superstore Super Bagger properly!