The motorcycle we bring to you today is not just a ride; it’s a masterpiece on two wheels – the 2008 Harley-Davidson VRSC Night Rod customized. Trust me, when it comes to blending power, style, and pure riding excitement, this bike is a shining star.
2008 Harley Davidson VRSC Night Rod
Sleek and Aggressive Design: First things first, the Night Rod is an absolute stunner. Its low, sleek profile, aggressive lines, and minimalist design exude a sense of power and performance that’s hard to match. Whether you’re cruising through the city streets or taking it out on the open highway, heads will turn in awe.
Heart-Pounding Power: Under the hood, or should I say under the tank, you’ll find a potent 1,250cc Revolution V-Twin engine that’s tuned to perfection. With a throaty growl and enough torque to make your heart skip a beat, this bike delivers an exhilarating ride that’s impossible to forget.
Unmatched Handling: The Night Rod handles like a dream. With its low-slung chassis, beefy front forks, and responsive suspension, it hugs the road like it’s on rails. Whether you’re leaning into a curve or cruising in a straight line, you’ll feel in complete control.
Dark and Mysterious: The Night Rod lives up to its name with a dark and mysterious vibe. From the blacked-out details to the stealthy matte finishes, it’s a bike that’s meant to be noticed, even in the shadows.
Comfortable Cruiser: Don’t let its aggressive looks fool you; the Night Rod is a comfortable cruiser. The well-padded seat, ergonomic handlebars, and footpegs designed for long rides mean you can enjoy the thrill of the open road without sacrificing comfort.
Collector’s Dream: If you’re a collector, the 2008 Night Rod is a gem worth adding to your collection. Its iconic design and unique features make it a sought-after classic in the making.
Timeless Appeal: The Night Rod’s beauty isn’t just for its time; it’s a design that transcends decades. It’s a bike that’s as relevant and appealing today as it was when it first hit the streets.
Custom 2008 Harley Davidson Night Rod
Customization Heaven: Harley-Davidson is all about making a bike your own, and the Night Rod is no exception. It’s a canvas waiting for your personal touch, whether you want to add custom pipes, unique paint, or other aftermarket goodies.
It’s a type of Harley we’ve seen customized time and time again, by more or less talented hands all over this planet. The Poles from Nine Hills are no strangers to this type of V-Rod, as they’ve had their say with it in the past as well.
For this particular two-wheeler, the general idea was to give the bike “the features of a real street fighter.” What that meant, mostly, was to accentuate the muscle bike features already included from the factory floor through carefully crafted and placed aftermarket bits, and the best-suited color for this type of Harley: black.
Starting from the ground up, we get the same design as stock for the bike’s wheels, only they now sit under modified fenders and are backed by what is described as “designer brake discs.” The wheel at the rear is also wider, now wearing a 260 mm tire over the rim.
The seat placed on top of the frame is most likely of Nine Hills make, but many of the other bits used (the entire list was not released, but they can be seen all over the ride, from the low and wide handlebar to the seat) are products of specialized shop Cult Werk.
The entire build is now propped on an Arnott air suspension system that helps lower and raise the motorcycle depending on needs and wants. The frame holds the original Revolution engine fitted by Harley (after all, you don’t mess with a piece of tech developed with help from Porsche), but an Akrapovic exhaust system was envisioned for it.
In Nine Hill’s own words, the end of the customization process brought with it “a custom bike that is saturated with character and matched with quality.” True, it does look, from afar, like most other custom Night Rods we’ve seen over the years, but a closer look reveals that it too, like all the others, is unique, and in this case shows a clean and muscular build.
The Harley-Davidson Warrior is one of the shop’s more recent projects, but just like with all others, we don’t know how much it is worth, parts and man-hours included.
So, there you have it, folks – the 2008 Harley-Davidson VRSC Night Rod, a motorcycle that’s not just beautiful; it’s a true work of art. If you’re in love with the roar of a V-Twin, the feel of the wind in your face, and the thrill of the open road, this bike is calling your name. It’s more than a machine; it’s an experience, a statement, and a piece of motorcycle history that you’ll cherish for years to come.