Ohio Mike did his Raider in white before deciding to sell it but those two Warriors are the only ones I think I've seen in white. It's hard to do white without it looking retro or feminine in my opinion, especially with a black frame and when the white is really more of a cream, antique, or eggshell type white.
I've considered getting this white bike but although it gets a lot of attention every time I ride it or look at one when it's been shown here just about all the attention is negative due to how overboard it is with the zebra stripes and stuff.
well i saw that everybody had a midnight or blue or red,and i wanted something different so i went with white because i never see any of them in white,i think it turned out nice, kindof femine but masculine at the same time,chics dig it,guys dig it,and the only person that matters is me,and i fricken love it
not internally wired,but i have thought about doing it,the holes where the wires come out of the bars is starting to rust a little,still need to figure something out for side covers since i took the scoops off and sold them,doing AIS blockoff next week along with air filter on throttle body,thanks for the comment
I think that low and mean cowl really makes this bike, I have always though that a White warrior would only look good if it had the frame painted also but seeing this bike and the cowl...wow.. it really ties it all in.
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