The Rear wheel so wide, Harley-Davidson VROD 330 barely legal

The Rear wheel so wide, Harley-Davidson VROD 330 barely legal

One of these rules would be that, regardless of the basic bike used, the original rear wheel should disappear and be replaced with something stronger and absolutely wider. We usually see stores opting for 280 mm wide hardware parts, but 300 mm ones are also common, especially on V-Rods, Harley-Davidson VROD 330 .

But what about 330mm wheels and tires? They are possible, of course, but personally, I have to admit that the one we have here is the first one I met.

The Rear wheel so wide, Harley-Davidson VROD 330 barely legal

It was installed on a 2014 Night Rod by a Spanish crew known as Lord Drake Kustoms. According to the store’s own admission, sticking the massive wheel on the required Harley homologation, because 330 is the maximum allowed in the country for motorcycles homologated for the road.

The wide rear wheel and front wheel are American-made, produced by RC Components, and are supported by suitable brake discs and pulley. The bike, which is now called VROD 330 for obvious reasons, also sports other changes, to ensure that the madness installed in the back doesn’t go unnoticed.

The Rear wheel so wide, Harley-Davidson VROD 330 barely legal

The bike had custom fenders, license plate holder, and a seat. The handlebars are Biltwell, the turn signals motogadget, and we have LED taillights of an undisclosed brand.

On the engine side, the original engine of the two-wheeler does not seem to have been modified, with the exception of the exhaust, also reworked.

The VROD 330 is one of Lord Drake’s newest projects and was built at the request of a client. We don’t know how much they paid for the Night Rod to get this special treatment.

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