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March 9, 2017

Big Dog k9 Motorcycle

by biker1

Big Dog k9 Motorcycle

It’s my opinion that the big dog K-9 motorcycle and the American iron horse Texas chopper motorcycle are the two best made  factory custom choppers.

Big dog motorcycles went out of business,all I believe in 2011, but, just a couple years ago they came back. Currently, they’re just producing one model motorcycle . . . Yes, it was the most popular bike when they made a number of different models … What I’m talking about is the big dog K-9!

The big dog  K9 motorcycle comes standard  with the one 117 S&S engine and a wide 300mm rear tire.

Currently baggers are really the in motorcycle style, but, tthere’s just something about the chopper style motorcycle that endears it to many motorcycle enthusiast. The power of a large engine motorcycle and the sleek lines of a chopper seems to be an ideal match.

Below are a few of the big dog K9 motorcycles that I have owned:

Big Dog K9 motorcycle

2007 Big Dog K9 motorcycle

2007 K9 Big DogBig Dog K9 motorcycle

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

Big Dog produced nine models; the K-9, the Ridgeback, the Husky, the Boxer, the Mastiff, the Pitbull, the Coyote, the Wolf and their most recent addition, the BullDog. The Pitbull model received V-Twin Expo’s 2007 “Excellence In Motorcycling Award” for a production motorcycle. All of their current motorcycles utilize S&S V-twin engines, 6-speed transmission, one-piece fuel tank, wide rear tires, and extensive use of chromed components. All of these models could be described as cruiser or chopper style motorcycles. Major differences between the models include rear tire width (250mm versus 300mm), front tube length, and rear suspension.

Big Dog Motorcycles were particularly well known for their wide assortment of customizing options for their otherwise stock motorcycles. These include at least 69 paint and graphic options, and a wide selection of accessories, including custom seats, exhausts, grips, storage bags, sissy bars and windshields.

Big Dog k9 Motorcycle


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