If you purchase a Hard-Ball, be ready for lots of questions, looks, and hearing it looks like Batman's bike if he rode a cruiser. I've only had the bike 1,100 miles but so far it's dead reliable with gobs of power, even when two up.
The bike is still getting stronger everyday. A couple suggestions to an interested buyer, first spring for the windshield. You're going to want it especially when it's cold.
If you do 80% of your riding around town then sure you will be OK but in the long run it's made a world of difference.
Secondly, plan on upgrading your pipes or taking the stock baffles out. The bike sounds nothing like the way it looks stock.
It's so quiet it's embarrassing for a v-twin and I am not a loud pipes save lives kind of guy.
Lastly the bike needs a louder deeper horn. Other than that I couldn't have asked for a better build from a company.
Upgrades/Accessories: Pipes de-baffled, medium windscreen, front and rear backrest, derby and cam cover, brake and shift pedal replaced and black bolt kit for engine covers.
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