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Santa Cruz Harley-Davidson and Canepa Design have teamed up to create a series of bikes featuring unique tank art. These genuine Harley-Davidson Fat Boy® motorcycles are adorned with World War II, pin-up style art, and an otherwise minimalist, almost military, style.

The genesis of the Bomber Bike series is World War II bomber nose art and the post World War II "bob job" motorcycle. GIs back from the war were, in many ways, crafting the first true customs. Stripping the bikes to bare minimum, they gained speed and individuality. Some went as far as taking the crude bomber nose art and recreated it on their tanks. Regardless of their particular customization, they inevitably created a bike that had an aggressive, well-ridden personae. Picking up where this genre left off, designers and tacticians Bruce Canepa and Mike James, teamed with accomplished air brush artist Dawne Holmes to create a fresh form of rolling art.

Featured In: Cycle World 10/99 • Thunder Press 10/99 • Hot Rod Bikes 1/00 • American Iron 1/00 • Hot Bike 2/00 • Easyriders 2/00 • Thunderpress 4/02 • Thunderpress 5/02 • Perfect 10 2002 • Custom Harley Motorcycle Art by Timothy S. Remus


Problem Child
tank detail

Atomic Blonde
tank detail

Miss Behavin'
tank detail

Bomber Jacket

  • 2003 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy® with high-performance 1550cc Twin Cam engine
  • 12 month Harley-Davidson manufacturer's warranty
  • Limited Edition -- the number of each bike is engraved in the derby cover
  • Pin-up, bomber nose art designed by Dawne Holmes -- unique to each bike
  • World War II bomber theme reflected in design elements throughout the bike
  • Custom molding, metal finish, paint, artwork Extensive use of black powdercoating and various aluminum finishes as an accent (in lieu of chrome)
  • Unique use of heat wrap material to cover the exhaust headers
  • Tail light with integrated turn signals
  • Custom tailored bomber jacket with tank art painted on back

PRICE: $36,000 delivered anywhere in the United States

QUESTIONS: email Mike James at