Harley-Davidson designs a Bell & Ross-inspired Nascafe Racer
What is do you get when you cross Bell & Ross watches and Shaw Harley-Davidson modifiers of the super bikes in the world? Well a customised one-off motorcycle inspired by the watch makers called the Nascafe Racer. Crafted using their usual essential softail design based on the Harley-Davidson FXSTB Softail Nightrain, this one also spots the same which owes its existence to Willie G. Davidson. Stripped down to the last detail, the rebuild has been carried out at the Speed & Custom workshop at East Sussex. The bike also features the iconic BR 01 Carbon instrument from Bell & Ross mounted on the hand-made centre console.
The motorcycle has been painted in anodised blue, carbon and stealth-like matt black custom paint to compliment the timepiece. The bike made its official debut at the American Motorcycle Dealer (AMD) World Championship round of Modified Harley-Davidson Class at the London International Custom Bike Show at Alexandra. The bike is also expected to be a crowd puller at the Dublin International Motorcycle Show, the Custom Chrome European Show Mainz, the St Tropez Harley-Davidson Euro Festival and the Bournemouth International Custom Motorcycle Show.