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The 20 Awesomest Tricked-Out Harley-Davidsons

Evel Knievel rode Harley-Davidsons for most of his career and my favorites by far were the tricked out XR750s he used in his most important stunts.

The Cyclone Motor-Sled was a kit sold by the Mead Ice Yacht Co. of Chicago in the 1930′s. You had to supply your own engine, but what better use for your bike’s motor during the off season!

24 chainsaw engines feeding into a 5-speed Harley-Davidson transmission create one hard-to-start motorcycle.

“King Kong” is two Harley Davidson frames and two Knucklehead engines that were painstakingly joined together in the 1950s. The most over-the-top feature are SCUBA tanks used to power air horns.

Eddie Krawiec set the NHRA Record for the quater mile on a motorcycle at 199.26 MPH on a Harley-Davidson V-Rod prepared by Vance & Hines.

The ultimate accessory for a Harley-Davidson is Marissa Miller.

Harley-Davidson Servicar with a hobby horse on the back for a 1950s American Legion parade. Gitty up!

Everyone loves Monster Trucks, but Monster Motorcycles? God bless the United States of America.

This incredible Harley-Davidson custom was built by Walt Siegl and was clocked above 180mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats.

This twin engine Harley-Davidson streamliner held the land speed record from 1990 to 2006 at just north of 322 mph.

A Harley-Davidson enthusiast was laid up from an accident and spent his recovery decorating his 1973 FLH with thousands of rhinestones.

The original Batmobile was a 1965 Harley-Davidson with sidecar used in the first episode of the 1966 TV series Batman.

We spotted this eye-catching Harley-Davidson trike prototype in the Archives of the H-D Museum.

“Hamburger” Harry Sperl created the Burger Trike. The lid closes after the rider is safely aboard, perfect for trips to the local drive-thru. You want fries with that?

Harley-Davidson led the design of the WWII replica bikes for the 2011 blockbuster, Captain America. The bike is a modified Harley-Davidson Cross Bones made to look like a WWII era 1942 WLA Army motorcycle.

This Harley-Davidson Limousine reminds me of a rolling mullet, business in front and party in back.

Farmers work around the clock, leaving little time for riding. To get any time on their Harleys, they have to bring them to work.

This snowmobile features a 1913 Harley-Davidson engine. Just goes to show that people have been modifying Harleys for as long as there have been Harleys.

This Vietnam Memorial Harley-Davidson is outfitted with 3 rifles, 2 grenade launchers and enough ammunition to withstand an embattled siege.

The most famous tricked out Harley-Davidsons are definitely the custom choppers ridden by Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper in Easy Rider. These are replicas in the H-D Museum. The original bikes were stolen out of storage before the film was even released and it’s assumed were parted out.