By Michael Kitchens
Owner: Wesley Agcaoili
Occupation: Journeyman pipefitter
Hobbies: Riding, shooting guns, tatooing
Year/Make/Model: 2003 Harley Davidson Fat Boy 100 Anniversary
Color: Red with pin striping
Engine: 88-cubic-inch Motor, Dual 40 side draft Weber carbs, Cholo Samson pipes
Accessories: Custom floor boards shifter foot pegs and grips, coffin taillight, custom rotors, Lapera ostritch seat, extended Milwaukee saddlebags
Drivetrain and Suspension: 5-speed Trans, Legends Air Ride Shocks
Wheels: 21-inch front and 16-inch rear cross lace Landmark wire wheels, Avon Gangster front and rear tires
Wesley Agcaoili didn’t start out as a biker, but he’s always enjoyed the lowrider lifestyle. He began with a 1993 Cadillac big body that he was encouraged to acquire, and has been into the lowdown experience ever since. He enjoys being slightly different from everyone else while enjoying the camaraderie it brings with it.
He’s worked hard in his short 29 years to stay out of trouble and focus on improving his skill set. After working as a cook for local mom and pop store, he went to school for five years to become a journeyman pipefitter — a job that has allowed him to follow his dreams.
One such dream — to own a lowrider-themed Harley Davidson — has always been on Wesley’s must-do list.
“I used to see bikes like that and think, whoa, someday I’m going to get one of those,” he says. “And I did.”
His membership in Supremacy gave him the opportunity to own this gorgeous 2003 Harley Davidson Fat Boy 100th Anniversary Edition after being introduced to the ride by the club founder, Charlie Molina.
The bike has had three owners and each has left his stamp on the bike, resulting in a truly unique ride. Wesley has made his mark as well, and continues to improve the bike’s overall look. The incredible fiery red paint job, done by Joey Velasco, is further enhanced by Mike Quering’s (aka DJ Wish) impressive set of pin striping.
The bike stands out even further with as result of a combination of chromed out modifications and shiny bits of this and that. The engine is an 88-cubic-inch motor with a 5-speed trans featuring dual 40-side draft Weber carbs. The bike has custom floorboard shifter foot pegs and grips with coffin taillights. The 21-inch front and 16-inch rear wheels are cross lace Landmark wire wheels fitted with Avon Gangster tires and the entire bike rides on Legends air ride shocks.
Wesley’s ride is lavishly detailed and features additions such as the Lapera ostrich seat, extended Milwaukee saddlebags, 42-inch Cholo Samsons pipes, and even the custom rotors match the above-mentioned wheels.
The bike has already appeared in several magazines, including Revolution and Lowrider. Wesley plans to further modify the bike, but is extremely happy with its current look and spends quite a bit of time on club rides across the island.
He affectionately calls the bike “LowLow” because it follows the lowrider scene. It certainly is one crazy ride.