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Thursday, 5 February 2015

Bad Dad

Competition Series by Bad Dad

BAD Dad is one of the businesses in the industry that has developed specifically to meet the needs of the growing Bagger segment. The company began in 2005 with the introduction of rear fender and saddlebag designs, and it has now launched its new Competition Series of parts. 

The Competition Series range includes replacement saddlebags that feature a 4-1/2in stretch down and 7in back. They are pre-drilled and coated in a final primer finish, ready for paint. A matching rear fender is also available for all ‘97-‘13 Touring models.

To work with the stretched bags, Bad Dad is offering its Competition Speaker Lid designed to use any 5x7in or 6x9in speaker, including the Boom Audio system and J&M’s Rokker Series. The custom lids are made with injection technology and include new weather strips and mounting hardware. Bad Dad also offers the lids with or without an integrated, flush mounted LED turn signal.

For the front of the bike Bad Dad has its Competition Series dash, which features an aesthetic molded bodyline running through its center. The low-profile design also has hidden internal mounting tabs to create a smooth, seamless look. The dash is available for all ‘08-‘15 Touring models.

Bad Dad’s Competition Series tank is a stretched design that installs over the top of the bike’s existing gas tank. The left and right covers give a stretched look with a minimal amount of body and paint work needed. 


Completing the Competition Series of parts is the Bad Dad front fender, which is made using injected RTM technology for superior strength and precision fit. The range of Competition Series front fenders includes a 23in Wrap design, and all of them are finished in a blemish-free gel coat and are a direct bolt-on fit for all Bagger applications.
Alongside the Competition Series bodywork Bad Dad also has a line of billet parts, including its 966 and 992 floorboards. Both designs are CNC machined from 6061 billet aluminum and available in black powdercoat or chrome. All necessary mounting hardware is supplied with the floorboards and are finished with a custom-cut rubber insert. Matching pegs, brake pedal and passenger boards are available to complete the custom look.

A further CNC machined billet aluminum option from Bad Dad is the company’s line of 957 and 992 taillights. Available in chrome or black powdercoat, they use LEDs for illumination.  

Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA
Tel: 260 407 2000