Harley-Davidson Street 750 by H-D Innsbruck

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

We know there’s a brotherhood among Harley-Davidson owners, but how about with Harley dealers? Whatever natural bond there may be is getting tested now in Europe with Harley-Davidson‘s Battle of The Kings competition, a custom bike building competition among dealers. But on the bright side, that competition has yielded this beautiful Harley-Davidson Street 750 by Austria’s H-D Innsbruck.

Despite it taking less than 4,000 euros and not even 50 man hours to finish, everything blends together perfectly, from the lowered ride height to the reworked front end. There’s a triple tree front fork, new 19-inch Dyna wheels, LED lights on the rear fender, Free Spirits clip-ons, smaller muffler, and a custom saddle. Now we’ll see how it does in next month’s competition. [Photography]

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