We’ve seen a lot of customized motorcycles in the past, but this is definitely the first time we have seen the Panasonic owned audio company technology brand Technics get involved with the bike scene.
What started out as a stock Harley Davidson 883 Sportster, has now been transformed into a stealthy cafe racer inspired by Technics. Designed by Rolands Sands of RSD, the bike’s most noticeable attribute is the solid disc styling used on both the front and rear rims which have been painted to replicate a slipmat, while the outer edge of the rim sports a machine dot pattern that would typically be found on a Technics turntable. An unlikely collaboration making for a true conversation starter. [Via]
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