This custom built Harley Davidson is called the Outerlimit and has been built by a chop-shop called the Thunderbike. It has been specifically designed to match a Lamborghini Aventador of the owner.
For most of us mortal beings, owning multiple vehicles in our garage can itself be a thing of dreams. Some that are a little more lucky, have that a little easier. But matching your multiple fancy vehicles in your garage to look similar is only the thing of millionaires – like this certain millionaire from Germany who has custom build his Harley Davidson to match with his Lamborghini Aventador. Called the Harley Davidson Outerlimit, this custom motorcycle has been built by a chop-shop called Thunderbike and it looks absolutely dope.
This is not quite the product you would expect to come out of Germany would you? This Harley Davidson Outerlimit has a very chopper-esque design that is typically very American. America is famous for building such custom chopper motorcycles but Germany too has produced something very tasteful here. The Outerlimit is powered by a big Harley-Davidson V-Twin engine – the twin-cam 120R crate engine – which produces a massive 140PS of power and 190Nm of torque. Now Harley Davidson engines are not so much about outright horsepower but oodles of torque.
To give you a perspective, the Ducati Diavel is a monster of a power cruiser and although this Outerlimit has 17PS less than the Diavel, it produces 61Nm of more troque. The frame for this motorcycle too has been custom built by Thunderbike. The motorcycle has a really low, long and mean stance and yet the proportions of the motorcycle has been beautifully judged. The smooth flowing curves with the sharp-edged have a beautiful contrast. We are not sure how comfortable that hugely scooped seat would be with the foot pegs so forward set but it sure looks attractive from a distance.
The Aventador connection mainly comes from the black and white paint job. The predominantly white paint job beautifully contrasts with the blacked out engine and other black details on the motorcycle with some red accents. The clip-on styled handlebars are low set and are stubby and angled downward. The ultimate seating position on this motorcycle with the seats, handlebars and foot pegs will require you to contort yourself in a very weird position perhaps. Practicality sure wasn’t the first word of priority in the minds of the ones who built this motorcycle.
Lastly, and perhaps the most distinct styling element on this motorcycle has to be the huge dished out rear-wheels in full display, thanks to a single-sided swingarm. We are not sure about the exact width of the rear tires but it sure looks close to a 300-section tire. That’s the kind of tires you fit on supercars, not motorcycles. The sharp end-can design for the custom exhaust system also looks very attractive to our eyes. This motorcycle is more of a work of art than one you would want to ride enthusiastically, and a great one at that in our opinion.