Decked with 13-inch woofers, crisp orange and black graphics and a host of personal touches, George Riddles’ Harley-Davidson Road King is like no other. Check out photos in the Riddles 2-PAC H-D Road King Custom photo gallery.
- If the swaths of orange and silver don't catch your eye, the 13-inch woofers on the back surely will.
- If you're ever in Chicago, keep an eye out for Riddles on his next creation, which is sure to be a show-stopper.
- Thanks to Riddles' eye for detail, he's come away with second-place at the Chicago Ultimate Builder Custom Show and the International Motorcycle Show, as well as a first-place finish at World on Wheels.
- 13-inch woofers replaced the traditional bags and are powered by an 1800 watt power system.
- In addition to modding bikes, Riddles also runs Millennium Designs, a leather customization business.
- “I’m kind of like, every time I see something, I don’t want it unless it’s new," said Riddles. "I want to do something that nobody has done before.”
- Riddles frequently cruises around Chicago with the Klutch N Khrome Motorcycle Club.
- Riddles has caught the custom bug, and we can't wait to see what he churns out next.
- Every inch of Riddle's custom 2004 Road King "2-PAC" begs for a second look.
- George Riddles and his 2004 Harley-Davidson Road King Custom.
- Riddles' 2004 Custom Road King also comes with a fully functional TV.
- "When people see this bike," said Riddles, "They say, 'What the F? Is this guy crazy?'"
- Riddles affectionately refers to his custom Road King as 2-PAC.
- Riddles rides to bike expos, no matter how far, meaning they never get perched up on a trailer.