Harley-Davidson Street 750 by Analog

Dec 18, 2015

Category: Rides

The Whiskey Grade Dirty750 by Analog Motorcycles is a build that means business, and it takes the basic Harley-Davidson Street 750 and changes its appearance almost entirely, rendering it nearly unrecognizable.

In fact, this design uses Conti’s thick TKC 80 tires that you’d never find on a standard Harley, as well as a modified front fender, rear fender, and seat pan. It uses custom spokes and rims by Buchanan’s, and Fox Podium RC1 shocks. On the back of the seat, you’ll find a custom made luggage rack, perfect for carrying that briefcase to work. On the front, there’s a custom made head light grill set in Scrambler-style handlebars. Even the LED signals have custom brackets that you would never find on a HD. Its all-business look is completed with a Kiels Kustoms paint job of black with tan rims and a tan stripe on the fuel tank.

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