Originally posted by Buck Lovell on Tuesday, 17 April 2012 in Buck Lovell's - American Biker Blog
A HARLEY-DAVIDSON SPORTSTER WITH A TWIST
By Buck Lovell photos by Lovell Photography
You like your Harley-Davidson Sportster because it is nimble, low to the ground, and easy to handle. You simply do not want a big heavy motorcycle, or you just are not big enough to be comfortable on a 700-pound touring machine. Brian Malo feels the same. Brian's Little Green Baggster is just what the doctor ordered for this dyed in the wool Sportster fan. He still has his light, nimble, easy to ride motorcycle, but it looks every bit like a Big Bagger, but doesn't have the mass. Brian's Baggster motor displaces 74 cubic inches (1200cc), and can keep up with virtually any Big Twin motorcycle on the highway. It can also burn through canyon curves like a two-wheeled athlete. Look for the complete story about this hybrid American motorcycle in an upcoming issue of American Iron Magazine.