Lady Katrina

Day of the Dead

I BOUGHT the bike in 2014 as a demo from Mackay Harley and was never happy with the red stripe on the tank. A mate, Jackson Wyre, offered to paint it and do some airbrushing. I was like, “Yeah, okay, give it a crack.” 

Not knowing how talented Jacko was, I removed my tins and gave him the task of painting.

Some two months later I was like, “Hey, man, can I please get my tins back,” and he delayed saying they were not finished yet. You got to remember he was working on roster as well so it was really only a short period of time he had to do them.

I was like, “Fuck, I want to ride my bike!”

However, when they did come back, I was blown away with the detail.

With the theme being Lady Katrina Day of the Dead, I am stoked with how it turned out. 

The rear guard is from a Dyna Wide Glide as I had a mishap doing a burnout one night at Kuttable Pub on the piss and totally destroyed the factory guard and tail-light assembly.

I have since had a stage 5 tyre-fryer kit installed and am very happy with the whole bike.

Thanks for the help from Big Boar V-Twin Mackay and Busta Wood at Axleworks Motorcycle Detailing. Busta puts a lot of time into his detailing and I have mad respect for his work. 

I have entered in a few Show and Shines and came out with top results and always get comments when out and about for a ride.

Clinton Warner, Mackay, Qld.

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