Rust Never Sleeps

After working out what he wanted, Aaron started chasing Todd Anglani from After Hours Bikes in Florida, and as it turned out, he was currently building a Softail for Daytona Bike Week back in 2017, which would be the very bike Aaron would eventually end up with.
For those that don’t know, Todd from After Hours Bikes has built some wild customs over the years, and this one in particular was a huge undertaking. His intentions were to build it as the first ever lay-frame with a 30-inch front wheel. Starting with a 2006 Softail Deluxe, he heavily modified the frame and then went to work fabricating the steel guards before giving it the patina effect, which is a colour change in red metals caused by oxidation and achieves that rustic, weathered look. The most ingenious work on this custom would have to be that very unique handmade front end.