In the new old school of today, difficult to build cleaner than this, except the cable hanging low below the frame (horrible and dangerous). Of course such a sanitary look is due to the absence of oil tank – the frame tubes playing reservoir instead -and the no front brake choice.
I like the overall look of this Belgium built custom motorcycle although it is not the one expected from a motorcycle named “The Joker” one of the most iconic and recognized fictional villains of all comic books. Visually, the most interesting part is the highly polished and chrome Shovelhead engine with Knucklehead cylinder heads with S&S carburetor. Starting and shifting is via a 5-gear kicker transmission and the use of a Morris magneto. Frame (36-degree rake, front end, gas tank, rear fender and ape hangers are made at the shop. Other beautiful parts include Battistini wheels (21″ front, 18″ rear) with Metzeler rubber (240mm wide rear), hand controls and rear brake by Italian based manufacturer Kustom Tech. VS Bikes. (photography H. Roesler and Frank Sander)