Harley Davidson Street 750 Factory Racer custom – 2016 EICMA
Not the meanest, most difficult or exacting Harley Street 750 custom we’ve come across, but still the Factory Racer mod has a charm that freezes eyeballs for a while; and it’s somehow funny that the tiny exhaust is at the centre of it (quite literally).
The custom alloys are easy to miss beyond the grasp of the neon green detailing practically on every meaningful surface, save for the engine and well, the wheels. The chunky on-road tyres spread the beefiness of the design evenly from end to end, vastly because of the absentee mud guards.
The remaining noteworthy aspects of the Harley Street 750 Factory Racer custom include the clip-on handlebars and the custom seat work. The headlamp, fork, engine, chassis and brakes appear to be untouched except for the purpose of custom paint-job.
However, this mod reminds the HD fans of the numerous ways the Harleys can be show-worthily customised without having to reengineer the whole bike.
Talking about reengineering, this beast is a feast to the brain more than the eyes – Harley Davidson 750 Stealth