We picked up a 2007 XL 1200 with a ton of miles and a fresh top end for a great price from our buddies at Pomona Valley Harley a couple weeks back. It was a one owner woman owned with over 40,000 miles. Got it home and put together a parts list for Cafe Sportster […]
Do you love the look of a set of apes on a Street Glide? Be you hate sorting out which cables and brake lines to use? Do you prefer the style and performance of braided stainless cables and lines? We thought so, and have just released a collection of braided stainless kits specific to the […]
Recently cruised down to San Diego to visit our friend Moto Lady and the crew at Cerberus Motorcycles. Dropped off a Cafe Tail Section, Scrambler Bars and MX Style Pegs for a Sportster build they are doing. Can’t wait to see what they do with it!
Carrie B. sent this picture in of her installing Slammer Shocks on her Sportster. Thanks Carrie!
Many like the look of a cool set of Ape Hangers on their Softail or Dyna model. It implies the replacement of your cables and lines for longer ones and we all dislike the task and time it takes for of sorting out which new ones to use. In addition, Harley-Davidson introduced on late models […]
You might remember a while back we sponsored the Greasy Dozen Contest held by the Old Bike Barn. Randy H. won a bunch of our Cafe parts for his 1992 Sportster. He received a pair of Clubman Handlebars, 15″ Stiletto Shocks, Partially Covered Cafe Racer Tail Section along with pair of MX Style Pegs. Looks like he […]
Located in sunny Long Beach, CA. BA Moto is certified by Triumph, Suzuki and Kawasaki but primarily specializes in modern and vintage Triumphs, BSAs. Recently they were asked to transform a Harley Sportster into a modern day “Scrambler”. Nate “Old Fashion” reached out to us regarding our Scrambler Bars , Stiletto Shocks and MX Style […]
Lifted is the new lowered and the Burly Stiletto shocks are 15″ of coil sprung sexiness! Dreampt up to give Sportys that proper Café, Scrambler or crazy post-apocalyptic look and functionality. We designed a spring to specifically deal with small stuff like road noise and the big things like pot holes ect. At the end […]
Our lovely Brazilian friend Magda was kind enough to point out some of the features of our Bagger bars. She’d like to stress the dogleg style bend at the bottom is designed specifically for the faired touring bikes (Street Glide, Ultra, etc). Magda also felt it was important for you to know the bars are […]
We get that a lot and solved it a long time ago. Take a look at the Burly site, click on your year/make/model and it’ll give you a list of everything that fits your machine. No really, that’s it… http://www.burlybrand.com/productsearch.aspx
Billet aluminum is nice for big airplanes and your dad’s bagger, but steal is the real deal and the new MX style pegs from Burly are just that. Inspired by the bear trap style of the 70’s motocross machines and designed to fit your Sporty or Dyna. Adjustable angle will let you tune them to […]
We’ve been building the Lite Clutch for years, but it’s not very sexy and tends to get very little love. We’re hoping to change that a bit. Lite Clutch reduces effort required to pull clutch lever by 40%, which lessens rider fatigue and provides smoother, easier clutch action. Ideal for heavy clutches, smaller hands, or […]
We’ve posted this one before, but have had a number of requests for it again. Pretty good run through of a Burly bar and cable kit install on a Sportster.
Winter can be a tough time for the hardcore enthusiast. Not everyone can live in California or Florida and most of us have yet to sort out a plow-cycle. It is good for some quality garage time and maybe your bike would like a little Slammer Kit love to keep it warm this season. Install […]
Black is NOT the new chrome. Black finish parts have always been the choice of the serious rider and we recognize those guys with a black version of all our popular 1.25” gorilla ape hangers. Perfectly masked and powdercoated these 1 ¼” O.D. bars are CNC Bent, tapered at the controls and drilled for internal […]