What a looker

This build comes to us from Ale De Carvalho. He just finished this bike with Danny Zeus of Zeus Motorcycles in East London.

The LSTCI Harley-Davidson Softail 1450cc was stripped down to the bone revealing only the most iconic features:

tank, dash, panel, engine and the wild roar of the V-Twin.  The all mate black bobber is authentic, wild looker and very confortable to ride.

Extra items added to make the bike to make it unique.

Screamin Eagle Performance Kit / Air / Exhaust

Harley Davidson custom frame

Springer Front End Forks


Wheels / Rims / Spokes

Indian motorcycle classic tires

Rear Black fitted fender

Custom seat

Foot peg extensions

Performance Machine front caliper

“Stop” side mount tail light

Vintage 70’s yellow headlight … to name a few.

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4 replies
  1. Bike EXIF
    Bike EXIF says:

    Amazing stance and purity of line. Great to see the springer fork still alive and well on the custom scene, they always add a little mechanical magic to a build.

  2. Iain
    Iain says:

    Looks great. I wonder how it handles with a big wide front tyre on springer suspension, usually a recipe for disaster. Nice lines and good application of the less is better ethos.


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