Harley-Davidson XG Street 750 by NCT Motorcycles

Jul 24, 2017

Category: Rides

Harley-Davidson is known throughout the bike world as a legacy bike brand assembled right here in the USA. And with such a reputation, it’s not surprising that bike workshops around the globe work to create their own unique versions from classic Harley silhouettes.

This build comes to us from Austria-based NCT Motorcycles – and the bike itself is a Harley-Davidson XG Street 750. So of course, because this is indeed a Harley, they decided to leave the original engine, wheels, suspension, and brakes alone. The body, however, was a different story entirely. What we have now is a custom overhaul complete with a hand-made tank, tail section, front fender and side covers that add a completely different aura to this thing. New turn signals from Kellerman, meaner handlebars from LSL, and a trimmed muffler to give the exhaust system a more compact appearance were a good look as well here. Finally, to round everything out, a turquoise paint job now adorns the finished build.

Learn More: Here

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Rides

Ken Onion & CRKT Teamed On A Low-Profile Folder Perfect For EDC

The Stylus is one of four new knives Onion has designed for the company.

Posted By Johnny Brayson

Partner

lululemon's Fast And Free Windbreaker Rethinks Traditional Running Outerwear

Crafted using stretchy SpeedWeave fabric for an uninhibited range of motion.

Posted By Gray Van Dyke

Partner
Featured Image

Mercedes-Benz Finally Unveils Its EQS Sedan, The First True Luxury EV

There's a dual-motor AWD variant good for 516hp and 478 miles of range.

Posted By

Apr 16, 2021

Featured Image

Flying Cars May Finally Arrive In 2026 & You Can Pre-Order This One Right Now

The first consumer drive & fly eVTOL is now taking orders.

Posted By

Apr 16, 2021

Featured Image

This Eye-Catching Custom CB550 Cafe Racer Motorcycle Could Be Yours

A breathtaking build that started its life as an amateur's unfinished effort.

Posted By

Apr 15, 2021

Featured Image

This 1946 Indian Chopper Started The Roland Sands Design Motorcycle Legacy

A one-off Performance Machine two-wheeler more than 50 years in the making.

Posted By

Apr 15, 2021