V-Twin Forum banner

1 - 4 of 4 Posts

Super Moderator
19,914 Posts
Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
V-Twin Forums Ride of the Month 2017 Event 2 is the first Special event of the year. And based on your votes, the first special is.....

Shovel heads, oem and newer customs with oem style shovel motors. Includes iron heads.

Any scooter with a shovel head motor can be entered. This includes Iron head Sportsters as will as the Big Twins. Scooters can be oem, customized or full customs. They just need to have a shovel style engine.

So lets see what ya got, post em up and get em entered.

Please format you entry from the template below.
Example of a simple entry with one photo: http://www.v-twinforum.com/forums/4941906-post2.html
Example of a more elaborate entry: http://www.v-twinforum.com/forums/5192537-post5.html

Eng size:
Transmission(5sp, 6sp etc):
And the story:

1,009 Posts
Well , If I can avoid the threat of arrest , I'd like to enter my 1968 slab-side Shovelhead Electra-Glide.

Year: 1968 Harley Davidson
Model: Electra Glide FLH
Eng size: 1340
Transmission: 4spd
Pipes: Paughco
Seat: Corbin Gentry
Wheels: 16x3 front , 16x3.5 rear
And the story:pic is a few years old , soon after I freshened up the motor with some 1980 80Cu.in. internals , Andrews A cam , S&S E carb , Paughco pipes and electronic distributor.

Premium Member
10 Posts
1972 Sportster

Year 1972
Model Sportster
Motor 1000cc
Transmission 4 Spd
Pipes Khrome Werks
Seat Unknown Solo
Wheels stock rims powder coated black with stainless steel spokes and Dunlop tires

i bought this as a winter project and told the wife would fix it up and sell and now she knows I'm not selling😀. The bike was not running when I picked it up and it had 24320 miles on it. Just finished this project, has been a 2 year project. Had the frame black powder coated along with everything that was chrome is now powder coated black. Sent out the cam case and primary case powder coated flat wrinkle black. Used the stock handlebars. Picked up the battery today and looking forward to hearing it run this weekend. Always a great feeling when you complete a project and look back at it.


1 - 4 of 4 Posts