Photos of the 2004 H-D Road King Custom. 2004 Harley-Davidson Road King Custom.
- 2004 Harley-Davidson Road King Custom
- The twisty stuff may not be the Road King Customs foray but you can still have a great time consuming mile after mile from its comfy cockpit.
- On the back roads the Custom is not quite the King. On the highway it rules with authority thanks to an incredibly plush ride and a touch of H-D class.
- The TC88 motor just bristles with just the right amount of Bling-Bling to keep any sane man appeased.
- The speedometer housing nestles neatly in the center of the massive fuel tank.
- The Road King is a purpose built machine without a doubt. Its purpose you ask? To get from here to there with style to spare.
- Factory H-D Saddlebags are a great feature of the Custom. Almost anything can be stored securely in these massive containers.
- Tipping the scales at over 750 pounds and the 17K price tag means the 2004 Road King Custom is heavy no matter which way you look at it.
- That’s right Korf: All the girls are crazy about a sharp dressed man!
- With his goatee in place, Korf looks every bit the part of a real Easy Rider.
- The transmission may be a bit clunky but show me a H-D gearbox that isn’t.
- California dreaming – Yeah right! The Spring riding in Oregon is excellent no matter what you ride. However, a nice mellow cruise on the Custom is about as good as it gets.
- The addition of the short windscreen does provide a measure of protection from the elements, but not much.
- The rumble of a big V-Twin makes most peoples blood boil. If that phrase catches your attention then you need to consider the Custom for a place in your garage.
- Long, low and mean is the name of the game for the Custom.
- The H-D Road King Custom features an extremely comfortable saddle.
- Just look at this picture- if you don’t like American Iron then hop on over to the Sport-Touring section.