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Chris Newbigging  says:

Roland Sands reveals finished Harley-Davidson XR1200 café racer

Roland Sands’ latest project, a café racer, has been unveiled for the first time on his blog. Only the basics of Harley-Davidson’s weighty street-tracker remain – the rest has been thrown away and replaced with a selection of performance and cosmetic upgrades selected by the Californian former 250 racer. At the front is a set of Ohlins forks carrying radial brakes and...

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steady2wheels

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I love the minimalist styling, nothing but the basics, looks so clean but where is the battery?

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scotsmaninusa

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that's the battery lying on it's side under the swing arm,you can see it beside the chain :blink:


 

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RawDawg

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RawDawg says:

That looks badass

Another great bike by Roland. I'm not really like most of the custom bikes I see but Roland always does something really cool.

Too bad Harley are too busy building bikes for accounts, lawyers, and posers to build something as cool as this on their own.

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leoelvis

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leoelvis says:

its a chain tensioner

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