Japan-based Asterisk Custom Works has created a unique flat tracker from the bones of a Harley-Davidson Street 750 – and it looks awesome.
Four years ago, Harley-Davidson unveiled its affordable, versatile and affordable model for A2 licence holders; the Harley-Davidson Street 750. And last year, the Milwaukee brand reinforced its range with a second, sportier Street Rod. To celebrate the Street 750’s custom credentials, Japanese specialists Asterisk Custom Works has come up with this awesome XG750 replica Flat Tracker.
Its chassis is made from chrome-molybdenum steel, and has been designed to ensure its radiator and fuel pump don’t stick out. And it comes with a polished engine block, a 2-in-1 racing exhaust, an aluminum swingarm with Öhlins monoshock and RSD rims clad with Dunlop DT3 tyres. Cool right?
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