ODC-Crusher Customized Harley Dyna

1ODC1-bisODC2ODCIf you like clean Italian designed parts, you have to get familiarized with the name Ottodicuori or ODC for a more mnemonic name. Historically focused on creating custom front & rear suspension systems, then discreetly machining parts for many other custom part manufacturers, the company chose last January’s Verona Motor Expo to reveal to retail clients their own line of products. With a display including no less than 6 late model Harleys fitted with their parts, the ODC people said it clear & loud. “We want to be a major player on the international custom motorcycles scene…”

9ODC10ODC5ODC6ODCLocated in Vanzaghello , west of Milan and Monza, the heartland of industrial Italy, ODC not only CNC machine a quite extensive parts lineup, but also customize bikes lin collaboration with other manufacturers. In this case, a 2015 FXDX Street Bob with the collaboration of US Crusher brand. Most acclaimed ODC parts are probably their inverted front end and their awesome covers to restyle from top to bottom the Harley Twin-Cam motor. To be noticed by all those bitching about manufacturers prominently featuring their names and logos, ODC made the choice of not signing their parts. Design not being altered by promotion…Great!

7ODC11ODC6ODC8ODCExcept the air filter and exhaust system provided by US Crusher, all custom parts featured on this Dyna are ODC propriatery ones. Classy Italian style, from grips to hand controls, from engine heads to cylinders to cam covers, from foot pedals to turn signals to license plates, etc. Many more to come soon and probably to be available from US distributors. All these custom parts are also offered for the Harley Street, Sportster, Softail and Touring models. At ODC Ottodicuori. (photos @ H. Roesler for C. Huze)

6 Responses to “ODC-Crusher Customized Harley Dyna”

  1. 1 Joshua Jun 24th, 2016 at 2:42 pm

    Some nice stuff.

  2. 2 Brett Garner Jun 24th, 2016 at 2:42 pm

    We are going to enter a global recession. Let’s ride…

  3. 3 rcupp Jun 24th, 2016 at 7:20 pm

    Looks like all the other black bikes…yawn!

  4. 4 Badams Jun 25th, 2016 at 12:16 am

    i hope this trend remains and refines like the Porsche 911. Wheelie boys and thug silliness is getting long in the tooth, now performance for a model that has long term potential is in order

  5. 5 Blackmax Jun 25th, 2016 at 4:18 pm

    Yes, this would’ve been a blast for me a while ago
    Looks good now !
    But I’ll leave the riding of it to younger generation

  6. 6 spaz Jun 27th, 2016 at 8:47 pm

    Same ol’ same ol’. boring. nothing new or different. I’m with rcupp: yawn.

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