Up for sale is a wonderful 2004 Big Dog Ridgeback custom chopper owned by one of my friends. Due to recent health issues he had no choice but to give up riding, so she is here looking for her new owner. This bike is an outstanding example of custom American V-Twin chopper and is an absolute blast on the road. It's extremely smooth to ride! And the beautiful custom paint job is certainly eye catching blue metallic base with purple metallic flames over skulls. There are chrome finish and polished billet everywhere, accommodated by chrome skull scene decorations through out. Equipped with a powerful 107 cu.in / 1754cc S&S V-Twin engine and Baker six speed with over-drive transmission, this bike is an absolute power house! Custom 21" front rim and custom 18" rear rim with 250 tire look phenomenal as well! Shagreen stingray leather seat with 2 up seat gives you a luxurious support and thrills your senses when you ride.
This bike is truly a statement of beauty and screaming for the standout characters. It's waiting for the next cycling enthusiast who's ready to step out of the mass market pack of motorcycles. Being almost 10 years old, it is in excellent condition. 16681 original miles. Well maintained up to date. Starts right up, runs like a champ. Belt and tires are all in good condition. The cool paint job is free of dings and chips, shines and flashes as it should. As it is not brand new, inevitably there are a few blemishes which are nothing you wouldn't expect for a 10 years old bike. One of the brake line holder clamp has some chrome pitting, it's easy to replace if necessary. Transmission cover has some minor chrome pitting. Right handle has a few spots of chrome pitting. All blemishes mentioned above are hardly noticeable.. She's beautiful, unique, laud and flashy. It's hard not to get noticed when you are riding it.
$10950 or willing to take reasonable offers and partial trade. Call for more questions. NO TEXT, this is not a cell phone.
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