Popular surf brand Hurley commissioned Roland Sands and crew to build them a urban surf-checking machine. Being headquartered in Orange County themselves and already into custom bikes, RSD seemed like a perfect fit and quickly, the Hurley Sportster was born.
They shot a few pictures of her as a cafe racer and somewhere on the way to the beach they decided moto bars, dual purpose tires and a solo seat were a better fit and she was transformed into a Hurley Scrambler. We slightly prefer the look of the cafe version, but that's no big surprise. Which look do you like?
Labels: cafe racer, custom, Harley, Harley Davidson, Hurley, Roland Sands Design, RSD, Scrambler, Sportster, Surf