The Harley-Davidson Sportster range has been in production since 1957 and is marked with the product code “XL”. The K model from which the Sportster was developed was the first Harley-produced bike with hydraulic shock absorbers on both wheels. In 2007, the XL1200 Nightster was introduced, followed by the XR1200 in 2008, the Forty-Eight in 2010, the Seventy-Two in 2012, and the Roadster in 2016. Sportster models have always provided a good basis for customization – see for yourself!
This gallery shows Thunderbike custombikes based on Harley-Davidson Sportster motorcycles. This database shows thousands of photos and useful information about the custom parts. You´ll find more information on new Harley-Davidson Sportster or used Sportster on our webiste. We are shipping all our custom parts worldwide to you or your local dealer/workshop. If you have questions regarding our H-D Sportster custom parts, please contact our sales-team or write an E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
SPS 3Sportster S, RH1250/S, Revolution Max, GT Wheel
Sportster S - Fully stepped up! After we developed our first custom parts around the concept of the new [...]
Night FlyerNightster, RH975, Revolution Max
A high handlebar, a clean tail and a few other fancy parts and we have a successor for the Forty-Eight.
P-TypeSportster S, RH1250/S, Revolution Max
Come and see our first conversation of the new generation Sportster! It's about front and rear and a lot of [...]
SPS 1250Sportster S, RH1250/S, Revolution Max
Ducked line, masculine front - with this sharp device we present our brand new parts and many ideas how to [...]
RockyForty-Eight, XL1200X, Evolution Sportster
Nice custombike with short tail and front makeover - perfect for cruising!
Projekt XNightster, RH975, Revolution Max, New Digger Wheel
60 days time to convert a still completely unknown model? Exactly our thing! Here is our serving suggestion [...]
Dunner 77Bobber, Forty-Eight, Sportster, XL1200X, Evolution Sportster
What a chic witches broom! With short shocks, short fenders, a swing saddle and some brass parts and a perfect [...]
Rusty RoseForty-Eight, XL1200X, Evolution Sportster
Three highlights set the scene for this Bike: the custom tank, the swinging rear fender and the exclusive [...]
HunterBobber, Forty-Eight, XL1200X, Evolution Sportster
The design is sporty, noble and vintage at the same time: dark green lacquer with golden and red pinstripes in [...]
Carlos’ Personal BikeNightster, XL 1200 N, Evolution Sportster
"Looks good, sounds good, rides great!" With a handful of chic and practical pieces, our customer service [...]
StarmindBobber, Forty-Eight, XL1200X, Evolution Sportster
The Forty Eight conversion Starmind seems, after an intensive Thunderbike cure, as a casual bobber at the [...]
Steffi´s PersonalForty-Eight, XL1200X, Evolution Sportster
When one's husband keeps trying to get his wife to drive Harley, but never succeeds. But the Thunderbike team [...]
GoldieBobber, Iron, XL1200NS, Evolution Sportster
An iron becomes a gold shining object. Here is the link to the Shooting!
VancyIron, XL1200NS, Evolution Sportster
The Sportster Vancy got a good mix of Thunderbike Parts and Roland Sands designs.
Norman’s Tattoo BikeForty-Eight, XL1200X, Evolution Sportster
"Without you, I'd still be riding my bike," Norman tells us in the interview. You can read the complete story [...]
HarmonyBobber, Forty-Eight, XL1200X, Evolution Sportster
Harmony is a noun that describes in its meaning an agreement in feeling, sound, appearance and smell - also [...]
WildbloodForty-Eight, XL1200X, Evolution Sportster
Wild, young and free. The design of this Forty-Eight invites, as the name suggests, to a wild ride. On this [...]
WhiteskyForty-Eight, XL1200X, Evolution Sportster
The Forty Eight is one of the most popular bikes in the Harley or Sportster family. And especially for the [...]
HallelujaChopper, Seventy-Two, XL1200V, Evolution Sportster
With the Sportster 72 "HALLELUJA" our customer enjoys a very cool Thunderbike custom conversion.
Matt StyleBobber, Forty-Eight, XL1200X, Evolution Sportster
"Another dull black Sporty, is not there enough of that already?" The answer is clearly "no"!