This numbers-matching Harley-Davidson engine has approximately 18,574 miles.

Featuring the official Daytona Beach Bike Week 77th Anniversary Logo and new accessories galore.

George Stinsman of Chaos Cycle in Mastic, New York not only specializes in building classic muscle cars but has put out a number of award-winning custom motorcycles. This one is no exception. It’s a one-of-one build you won’t find anywhere else.

The old final belt drive was replaced with a Twin Power Chain Conversion Kit to exemplify what hooligan racers are running on their trackers.

The fuel tank was modified by filling in the gas caps and making an Indy-style race cap for the center and the perfect vent tube needed to keep fuel vapors in check.

The headlamp is a new Bike Master LED setup with integrated turn signals on each side of the super-bright high and low beam center.

The stock Harley-Davidson forks were swapped out for an inverted front end from a Suzuki GSX-R 750 in order to boost handling. Chaos made a set of customer triple trees in order to bring it all together. The foot controls were mounted higher in order to increase cornering clearance.

Subtle and solid colors were hand-painted by NewYork’s Brain Buzzone. He selected a gloss black and custom candy brandy wine for the base colors accentuated by gold flake pinstripes carried throughout the bike from the fairing to the tail section.

The build was documented as part of a four-part series featured in American Iron Magazine in issues #357, #358, #359, and #360 which includes the grand unveiling and cover photo and full-length feature. There is also a ton of information about the bike on their website:

The end result is here as a dynamic Dyna street tracker primed for its throttle to be cracked to the quick.

One-off custom motorcycle with a slew of top-shelf parts customized by an award-winning bike builder. This bike placed 2nd at the 2019 Daytona Rat’s Hole Custom Bike Show.

Memphis Shades quick-connect cafe fairing, Saddlemen’s Eliminator tail section, modified gas tank, and the handmade Chaos steel front fender. LED martini tail lights from Todd’s Cycle and Acewell gauges, and tracker-style Harley-Davidson handlebars, Joke Machine air cleaner, Magnaflow 2-into-1 exhaust. Vance & Hines Fuelpak dialing in the gas and airflow mixture. New rocker and cam covers, pushrod tubes, transmission top, and clutch cover from Ken’s Factory. Twin Power chain cover and Racing-Bros Harddrive piggybacks. Ride Wright 40-spoke laced wheels and Metzler ME888s strikes the perfect balance between beauty and performance. EBC brakes and wave rotors were added to increase braking power 10-fold over the factory Harley-Davidson hardware.

The donor bike was a 2010, but almost everything on this bike was either brand new, retooled, or refitted in 2018 making this a near-new masterpiece.