The Laidlaw’s gang started off with a Sport Glide, a great base model for bagger aspirations as it already had an inverted fork and saddlebags, but they wanted to make it better. Mixing and matching parts off of other H-D models and adding a handful of aftermarket pieces as well, they had a very specific style they were after. “We wanted it to reflect on-trend California style. It's a throwback to the FXR-style fairing, which looks awesome but is also very functional. We wanted full functionality but with a strong California flair,” said Keith Hurt, service manager at Laidlaw’s.