Unorthodox Harley Davidson by Warr’s is a desirable beast


Vintage seems to be the new modern. London’s Warr’s Harley Davidson has unveiled the stunning new product – Unorthodox, designed by the dealership’s designer Charlie Stockwell. Warr’s, Europe’s oldest HD dealer established in 1924, displayed its new creation and rolled it down King’s road showing off its neo-vintage style and chrome/carbon fiber finish. The bike features a re-shaped chassis, a new Fatboy fuel tank, a pair of MotoGP spec Ohlins, custom-made CNC triple trees, Brembo monobloc calipers, a new tuned 113ci Screamin’Eagle H-D Engine treated with a glossy black powder coat, and Diamond Cut cooling fins. Others include carbon fiber, race-style clip-on handlebars fitted with Performance Machine controls, wheels wrapped in Metzeler rubber 3-inch open primary drive, and foot controls. Phew! Who is up for a ride now!? The cost of this Unorthodox bike went over £65,000($105,800).

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