Since “The Cowboy” has been in the care of my friend Tiny, He has gone through quite a few changes and traveled quite a few miles down the dusty trail. Some of you may remember the backwards front fender in the rear version, or the tall sissy over the ribbed and don’t forget the desert scramble racer. Through and through The Cowboy has lived up to his name. Gritty and tough, wild and free…an American Classic. Jennifer Farris was kind enough to shoot a few pics of the bike a couple of months ago, and agreed to let us put them up for the October feature which we are very grateful for. If you haven’t checked her photos out, do yourself a favor and look her up on Instagram @jenniferfarrisphotography.
Owner-Matthew “Tiny”Romero/Home Town-Sierra Vista, AZ/Bike Name-The Cowboy/Year-Titled 1949/Make-HD/Model-Swap Meet Special/Engine-Delcron cases, STDheads(not your gandpas Pan)/Carb-Suber B/Ignition-Auto advance points/Primary-Aftermarket/Trans-Shifts Good/Shifting-Tank with Modified Rocker/Exhaust-Shotgun with muffler fishtails/Frame-1956 HD(not hacked up)/Forks-2″over WideGlide/Wheels & Tires-16,21,(the only way to roll)/Fender-Cut Down ’58BSA/Tanks-’49 Pan/Headlight-Small/Tail light-Broken/Seat-Borrowed