Harley Davidson today revealed two new custom bikes at the ongoing 2016 Bangkok International Motor Show. Both these custom motorcycles are based on their best selling entry level bike Street 750. We covered the first custom bike – Harley Davidson 750 Stealth in detail earlier today. In this post we will talk in detail about the second custom bike, which is inspired from the Harley Davidson XLCR.
Highlights of the custom built Street 750 which is inspired by the Harley Davidson XLCR of the 60s include – clip-ons handlebar, fuel tank reshape, seat cowling, front fender reshape, tank pad, speedometer relocation, diamond black foot control, diamond black hand control, and reverse cone muffler style.
The custom job has been carried out by Ken Svensson. A motorcyclist by heart, Ken has already finished going around the world on a motorcycle, and he is only aged 31 years. Since 2008, he has been Harley Davidson brand loyalist. He is also a dealer of Harley Davidson motorcycles in Thailand.
Speaking about customization, Ken says that he is excited about every aspect of customization, because it means that the ride is going to get even better.