Bell & Ross x Harley-Davidson Nascafe Racer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Headed by designer Bruno Belamich, French watch company Bell & Ross produces some of the most beautiful timepieces on the planet.  So needless to say when the brand teamed up with Shaw Speed & Custom for a custom motorcycle, we couldn’t wait to see the end product.

The Harley-Davidson Nascafe Racer is a FXSTB Softail Nightrain that has been outfitted with a ton of upgraded parts including the center console, fuel tank mounted Bell & Ross BR01 Carbon watch. The bike’s hand built rear fender, air scoops and exhaust exit were all inspired by the Bugatti Veyron supercar, and the one off handmade exhaust system really finishes this beauty off nicely.

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