H-D STREET 750 scrambler

When a bike, custom Harley look like this I’m impressed. Work of Analog Motorcycles, who took in hands H-D street 750 and gave to it a dirt, well scrambler look. What they did or what part’s they used: Continental TKC80 tires, Fox Podium RC1 shocks. Cotter Pin did the tool book, luggage roll and map pocket—along with some extra leather, which Rod’s Designs used to upholster the in house moulded custom seat. CNC-milled aluminum luggage rack and foot pegs like on Analog’s Ducati ‘Super Scrambler. The rear fender is custom—topped with an Analog Motor Goods Revolver tail light—while the front fender’s the stock unit, modified. Discreet LED turn signals are mounted on custom brackets at both ends.

AM also installed dirt bike bars, Oury grips and a hand-made headlight grill. The side covers and radiator cover are sporting perforated stainless steel accents, and the license plate bracket and toe shifter are one-offs. A HEL performance brake hose has been installed up front. The exhaust system is in house work too with a Cone Engineering muffler. The heat shield and the air filter’s comes from a Boyle Customs and is mounted on a custom-made offset plate.

bike built by Analog cycles
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