EVERY $5 SPENT

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1 ENTRY

GIVEAWAY RUNS FROM FEB 5 - APR 1, 2020.

For every $5 spent in the Hell Babes online shop, you get one entry for The City Tracker Motorcycle Giveaway. Official Sweepstakes Rules.

 

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EVERY $5 SPENT = 1 ENTRY

GIVEAWAY RUNS FROM FEB 5 - APR 1, 2020.

For every $5 spent in the Hell Babes online shop, you get one entry for The City Tracker Motorcycle Giveaway.

 

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EVERY $5 SPENT

= 1 ENTRY

GIVEAWAY RUNS FROM FEB 5 - APR 1, 2020.

For every $5 spent in the Hell Babes online shop, you get one entry for The City Tracker Motorcycle Giveaway.

 

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EVERY $5 SPENT

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1 ENTRY

 

GIVEAWAY RUNS FROM FEB 5 - APR 1, 2020.

For every $5 spent in the Hell Babes online shop, you get one entry for The City Tracker Motorcycle Giveaway.

Official Sweepstake Rules.

 

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Built by Salt City Builds.

Salt City Builds was formed in 2010 by brothers Seth and Rev Clark in their backyard garage as a simple hobby shop where they could work on motorcycles. After a couple of years, the neighbors, tired of the near constant noise, threatened eviction and the boys decided to make it official and lease a small shop in South Salt Lake where they would specialize in vintage motorcycle repair and resto-mods.

Hardly satisfied with simply repairing bikes, they made a point to plan and provide events for the local and worldwide motorcycle community and eventually culminated in a custom motorcycle show at Vintage Week - Miller Motorsports Park, The Salty Bike Revival motorcycle show, Motos in Moab campout, Sunday Mass group rides with The Litas, and BYO Campout as well as a handful of smaller, unnamed affairs.

Over the years the business grew into the shop they now share with The Litas HQ, Stripe Cult Painting, and Fuzzy Nate’s Barber Shop. The collective space, dubbed “Motopia” developed into a think-tank operation which has allowed old and new ideas to become realized including the City Tracker Giveaway.

See more about SCB →

Built by Salt City Builds.

Salt City Builds was formed in 2010 by brothers Seth and Rev Clark in their backyard garage as a simple hobby shop where they could work on motorcycles. After a couple of years, the neighbors, tired of the near constant noise, threatened eviction and the boys decided to make it official and lease a small shop in South Salt Lake where they would specialize in vintage motorcycle repair and resto-mods.

Hardly satisfied with simply repairing bikes, they made a point to plan and provide events for the local and worldwide motorcycle community and eventually culminated in a custom motorcycle show at Vintage Week - Miller Motorsports Park, The Salty Bike Revival motorcycle show, Motos in Moab campout, Sunday Mass group rides with The Litas, and BYO Campout as well as a handful of smaller, unnamed affairs.

Over the years the business grew into the shop they now share with The Litas HQ, Stripe Cult Painting, and Fuzzy Nate’s Barber Shop. The collective space, dubbed “Motopia” developed into a think-tank operation which has allowed old and new ideas to become realized including the City Tracker Giveaway.

See more about SCB →

LEPERA

Kickflip Seat

BILTWELL

Murdock Risers | Thruster Grips | Norman Foot Pegs | Utility Mirror | Perch Mount | Bullet Tail Light

STRIPE CULT PAINTING

Custom Paint

LOWBROW CUSTOMS

Turn Signals | Gas Tank | Rear Fender | Coil Bracket | Key Switch | Petcock | Gas Cap

MICHELIN

Commander II Tires

TC BROS

Mid Controls | Air Cleaner | Breather Bolts

The build.

We began with a stock 1996 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 - a platform we are very familiar with - and, with The Litas, started mocking up our ideal riding stance, tuning combinations, and aesthetics. We decided ultimately we were inspired by dirt bike and flat-track styling and wanted the City Tracker to have a great combination of power and nimble capability for urban riding.

The high bars, high and tight exhaust, 14" rear shocks, and general slimmed down approach is indicative of the dirt bikers in us ensuring optimal feel and control as well as no frills. If it doesn't make sense, it's not on the bike.

The fuel tank and rear fender are Lowbrow Customs products which sets the tone for a California lane splitter vibe, paired with a custom LePera kickflip(?) seat which keeps you tight and gripped. Biltwell risers and bars, and TC Bros mid foot controls finish off the riding stance with a comfortable yet aggressive profile. Biltwell tail light and mirrors add to the overall attitude.

Performance was paramount in this build which meant we needed to get it breathing right. TC Bros provided us with an upgraded (and good-looking) air intake system which we coupled with a fully custom stainless steel 2 into 1 exhaust built by Seth terminating in a Cone engineering muffler.

Paige Macy of Stripe Cult Painting took care of the final touches with her unique style of clean, simple lines with a chopper flair.

Michelin provided us with our choice of optimal urban riding tires, the Commander II.

#LitasCityTracker #TheLitas #CityTrackerGiveaway

Details of the Build.

We began with a stock 1996 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 - a platform we are very familiar with - and, with The Litas, started mocking up our ideal riding stance, tuning combinations, and aesthetics. We decided ultimately we were inspired by dirt bike and flat-track styling and wanted the City Tracker to have a great combination of power and nimble capability for urban riding.

The high bars, high and tight exhaust, 14" rear shocks, and general slimmed down approach is indicative of the dirt bikers in us ensuring optimal feel and control as well as no frills. If it doesn't make sense, it’s not on the bike.

The fuel tank and rear fender are Lowbrow Customs products which sets the tone for a California lane splitter vibe, paired with a custom LePera kickflip seat which keeps you tight and gripped. Biltwell risers and bars, and TC Bros mid foot controls finish off the riding stance with a comfortable yet aggressive profile. Biltwell tail light and mirrors add to the overall attitude.

Performance was paramount in this build which meant we needed to get it breathing right. TC Bros provided us with an upgraded (and good looking) air intake system which we coupled with a fully custom stainless steel 2 into 1 exhaust built by Seth terminating in a Cone engineering muffler. Michelin provided us with our ideal urban riding tires, the Commander II.

Paige Macy of Stripe Cult Painting took care of the final touches with her unique style of clean, simple lines with chopper flair.

Details of the Build.

We began with a stock 1996 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 - a platform we are very familiar with - and, with The Litas, started mocking up our ideal riding stance, tuning combinations, and aesthetics. We decided ultimately we were inspired by dirt bike and flat-track styling and wanted the City Tracker to have a great combination of power and nimble capability for urban riding.

The high bars, high and tight exhaust, 14" rear shocks, and general slimmed down approach is indicative of the dirt bikers in us ensuring optimal feel and control as well as no frills. If it doesn't make sense, it’s not on the bike.

The fuel tank and rear fender are Lowbrow Customs products which sets the tone for a California lane splitter vibe, paired with a custom LePera kickflip seat which keeps you tight and gripped. Biltwell risers and bars, and TC Bros mid foot controls finish off the riding stance with a comfortable yet aggressive profile. Biltwell tail light and mirrors add to the overall attitude.

Performance was paramount in this build which meant we needed to get it breathing right. TC Bros provided us with an upgraded (and good looking) air intake system which we coupled with a fully custom stainless steel 2 into 1 exhaust built by Seth terminating in a Cone engineering muffler. Michelin provided us with our ideal urban riding tires, the Commander II.

Paige Macy of Stripe Cult Painting took care of the final touches with her unique style of clean, simple lines with chopper flair.

#LitasCityTracker #TheLitas #CityTrackerGiveaway

The Build.

We began with a stock 1996 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 - a platform we are very familiar with - and, with The Litas, started mocking up our ideal riding stance, tuning combinations, and aesthetics. We decided ultimately we were inspired by dirt bike and flat-track styling and wanted the City Tracker to have a great combination of power and nimble capability for urban riding.

The high bars, high and tight exhaust, 14" rear shocks, and general slimmed down approach is indicative of the dirt bikers in us ensuring optimal feel and control as well as no frills. If it doesn't make sense, it’s not on the bike.

The fuel tank and rear fender are Lowbrow Customs products which sets the tone for a California lane splitter vibe, paired with a custom LePera kickflip seat which keeps you tight and gripped. Biltwell risers and bars, and TC Bros mid foot controls finish off the riding stance with a comfortable yet aggressive profile. Biltwell tail light and mirrors add to the overall attitude.

Performance was paramount in this build which meant we needed to get it breathing right. TC Bros provided us with an upgraded (and good looking) air intake system which we coupled with a fully custom stainless steel 2 into 1 exhaust built by Seth terminating in a Cone engineering muffler. Michelin provided us with our ideal urban riding tires, the Commander II.

Paige Macy of Stripe Cult Painting took care of the final touches with her unique style of clean, simple lines with chopper flair.