RIDER: Rob Ray’s 2015 Street Bob

I bought this bike wrecked back in 2016 from the Copart auction back when I had a motorcycle business going. I was buying wrecked bikes and flipping them as well as working on customers bikes. I had this bike sold and the dude backed out right at the time I sold my personal Dyna, which was a full custom Dyna Bagger on air ride. This particular wrecked bike was so clean and had only 1300 miles, so I decided to keep it and start over. I wanted to build a bike that was a practical and reliable machine that could be hammered on and rode a long distance and not worry about issues arising. I finished it night before I took it to Born-Free 9. After that show I rode it to Lake of the Ozark’s in Missouri. And from there to Sturgis and then back to CA. I left with a basically pristine new bike and came back with a bike just totally thrashed. It was so rock chipped and beat up, so I decided to sell it. It wasn’t really my style anyways just another blacked-out Dyna. I had a bunch of dudes low balling me and trying to get it for nothing. Finally, I had a guy on his way with cash and I had a change of heart, so told him forget it I’m keeping the bike. At this point the bike had been through too much with me. Across a good part of the country, through a divorce, and all kinds of late night “sun in your eyes” homeward trips with the sun in your eyes. After I made my decision, that very night the bike was totally torn apart and I said to myself “this time I’m really building it for me with my style being the number one order of business.” And so here it is. Its a fusion between Hot Rod, performance and Chicano Lowrider that literally has my name on it, where I’m from, and a logo of my close friends at Hard Case Performance. I finished the bike up about 1am on the same day as the FXR’s of California show and bombed to Sacramento. I test rode the bike at 100mph on the way to a show slowing down to grab a clip of Modelo Cheladas at the liquor store. Who knows what the next saga to this bike is. Hopefully it wont be wrecked and getting auctioned off at Copart again.

Spec Sheet

Year- 2015

Make- Dyna

Model- FXDB Street Bob

ENGINE

Year-2015

Type-Twin Cam

Size-103ci

Exhaust- Two Brothers Exhaust

Cams- Andrews H37

TRANSMISSION

Year-2015

Type- 6 speed 

FRAME

Year/Type- 2015 H-D

Rake/Stretch- Factory Fresh

SUSPENSION

Frontend- ODC Monza Inverted Frontend

Rear Shocks- ODC Reservoir

Swingarm- Trac Dynamics Machine Polish Finish

Engine Mount- Alloy Art Stabilizer Kit

WHEELS & TIRES

Wheels- Stock 2003 Dyna 13 spokes converted to 25mm and spokes machined out by Hard Case

Brand- Shinko 777 White Walls

Size-150/80-16 & 100/90-19

Calipers- 2017 Yamaha R1 radial mount calipers front and rear with Kraus Rear Radial bracket

Rotors- Hard Case Performance dual front rotors /Galfer rear rotor

Pulley/Sprocket- IMZZ Elite Rear Sprocket and Bullet Proof Cycles chain kit

PAINT & PLATING

Painter- Jeff Woodard (Styleline Kustoms)

Graphics- Your Grandmas tablecloth. Striping done by Denise Corbett 

Plating- N/A

Polishing-N/A

Powdercoating- Vinny’s Classic Powdercoating

ACCESSORIES

Fairing- Conely’s T-sport fairing with 14-inch windshield painted and striped

Front Fender- Stock 

Rear Fender- Stock

Gas- Stock

Dash- Hard Case Performance Dash Panel

Gauges – Stock Harley Speedometer with Hard Case Performance Single Guage Pod Set Up.

Handlebars- Hard Case Performance 7-inch risers & indicator light bracket. Renthal RC Mini Bars Powdercoated Black  

Grips- Scott MX Grips and Hard Case Performance MX throttle kit.

Mirrors- None

Hand Controls- Oberon Adjustible Levers 

Foot Controls-BungKing Shifter peg

Pegs- Burly MX Pegs 

Headlight- Rouge Rider Industries 

Taillight – Drag Specialties 

Turn Signals-ODC Front LED Turn Signals and Alloy Art Rear Turn/Brake Signals

License Mount-Kuryakyn Curved Plate Holder

Seat-C&C 

Skid Plate- Speed Merchant

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