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Bike Check: Jake's 1993 Harley-Davidson FXRS Convertible
Posted on September 13 2022
We are back with an all-new bike check on Jake's 1993 Harley-Davidson FXRS Convertible. Jake found this bike on the east coast and had it shipped over to California. Being that this bike is almost 30 years old, Jake has been upgrading it slowly while keeping the stock look and feel.
The FXRS Low Rider Convertbile is highly desired among Harley enthusiast. This bike features a 80" isolation rubber mounted Evolution V-twin engine, five speed trans, and a belt drive which was new at the time. What makes this FXR a "convertible" is a detachable full size lexan windshield, detachable saddlebags, and highway pegs. Allowing the rider to quickly convert the bike from a touring to a cruiser model. The two tone pin stripe paint and iconic Harley-Davidson tank decal are replicated to this day.