Harley F1-XLR Nightster by Shaw Speed & Custom

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Customizing the ever popular Harley Sportster has certainly been done countless times in the past, but nothing has ever hit the scene quite like this Nightster based custom dubbed the F1-XLR.

The motorcycle was designed by the AMD Championship winning workshop at Shaw Speed & Custom in collaboration with an Australian businessman.  The familiarity in the smokey grey paintwork is due to the fact that the design team utilized the same paint used by the McLaren Formula One team. The inspiration for the bike comes from the 1920s Harley-Davidson board racers, but the end result is truly unique.

Harley F1-XLR Nightster by Shaw Speed Custom (4)

Harley F1-XLR Nightster by Shaw Speed Custom (3)

Harley F1-XLR Nightster by Shaw Speed Custom (2)

Harley F1-XLR Nightster by Shaw Speed Custom (1)

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