Bespoke Harley-Davidson ‘Unorthodox’ by Warr’s of London
For biking buffs who treasure their Harleys, but are looking to explore the custom-made territory to add to their rich collection, we introduce you to the “Unorthodox” – the latest creation by London-based custom Harley-Davidson designer Charlie Stockwell of Warr’s Harley-Davidson. The new, custom Harley is strikingly different from the other designs offered ever from Stockwell and Warr’s H-D. Stockwell is well known for his award-winning and trend-setting vintage designs, but with the bespoke Harley-Davidson Unorthodox, he has dared to break the tradition. It flaunts an attention-grabbing cocktail of chrome and carbon fiber, along with neo-vintage styling. You will find no leather or tassels on this Harley.
Almost everything on the Unorthodox has been handmade by Stockwell himself. He stripped down the original Harley-Davidson Fatboy, leaving behind just the engine and chassis. The oil tank was removed from beneath the seat and the chassis was reshaped to drop the solid carbon fiber solo saddle to an extreme slammed ride height. Other highlights include a new oil tank, high-low dual exhaust system, MotoGP spec Ohlins front forks, custom made CNC triple trees and Brembo monobloc calipers.
The tuned 113ci Screamin’ Eagle H-D engine has been done with glossy black powder coat. The carbon fiber, race style clip-on handlebars are fitted with Performance Machine controls to complement the huge wheels wrapped in Metzeler rubber, 3″ open primary drive and foot controls.
The Unorthodox will be showcased in the Warr’s showroom on the King’s Road in London until the summer, when its lucky owner will drive it home.
Thanks, Charlie Stockwell, Warr’s H-D