Harley-Davidson is a brand where tradition seems to be one of the foundations on where it’s fame is based on. Even those who don’t ride a motorcycle think of choppers ‘easy-riding’ down the American Highway. This is an image that has been moulded into our consciousness and hardly gets challenged. However, like it is the case with every tradition, there will be people questioning its validity and start to see things differently.
Originated in the motorcycle club culture, among bikers that needed to ride long distances, a movement was started to customize Harleys on their performace rather than their looks. Everything you changed on your bike was aimed towards making the bike faster, easier to handle and to rip through corners even faster. Started with the FXR, optimized with the Dyna and getting implemented in the new Softails, Clubstyle is something not to be ignored in today's Harley scene.