The Official Motorcycle of Bike Week 2018 is Finally Here
1477 TICKETS SOLD AS OF 3/03/2018
American Iron Magazine and Chaos Cycle Present the Official Bike of 2018 Daytona Bike Week, a completely customized 2010 Harley-Davidson Super Glide.
This year marks the 77th anniversary of Daytona Bike Week, which means there is another opportunity for one lucky rider to win a custom Harley-Davidson, bought, built, and presented by American Iron Magazine. The Daytona Chamber of Commerce once again approached AIM to build and promote the official Harley-Davidson of Bike Week, hoping to continue the success of 2017’s fully customized 2010 Ultra built by Street Stuff in Norwich, Connecticut. This year,American Iron partnered with Chaos Cycle, owned and operated by George Sinsman in Long Island, New York, and the results are nothing short of tremendous.
You do not need to be present to win.
Having gone with a bagger last year, AIM decided to pare down the look of this year’s offering, with an eye toward current trends in the industry. Editor Steve Lita got his hands on a 2010 Harley-Davidson Dyna Super Glide. Chaos Cycle’s George wanted to deliver the “New York Hardcore” treatment by giving the stock Super Glide a street tracker makeover, and he transformed it into a bike meant to be ridden fast and hard. His work is a bona fide success.
The motorcycle that arrived in the Chaos Cycle shop is hardly recognizable, and that’s thanks in large part to all the vendors and companies that provided parts for this stunning street tracker. The list of new products includes: a new Magnaflow 2-into-1 exhaust, Vance & Hines Fuelpak, Memphis Shades front cowl, Joker Machine air cleaner and mirrors, Saddlemen Eliminator tail section, RacingBros Hard-drive piggyback rear shocks, EBC brake rotors, a Twin Power chain conversion kit, Ridewright spoked wheels, Metzeler ME888 tires, Roland Sands hand levers, BikeMaster LED headlight, and Acewell Gauges courtesy of Dime City Cycles. George didn’t stop there, as he enhanced the suspension performance with an inverted front end from a GSX-R750. He also included a set of Chaos Cycle’s own triple trees, machined by Revolution Performance.