The Street 750 was introduced by Harley-Davidson with the objective to attract a new segment of urban riders. Its “Dark Custom” aesthetics, speed screen, black front fork gaiters, all-black exhaust system and aggressive slash on the tail section predispose the bike to a Cafe Racer makeover.
Surprisingly, Jimmy Goode from Kustom Kommune in Australia went another direction, turning the Street 750 into a Dirt Tracker paying tribute to the old XR750. And to succeed, except for the factory frame and Revolution X™ engine, he didn’t hesitate to toss all factory parts! To move from Street to Dirt, main mods include: a new swingarm with Burley shocks, a new custom tank crafted in Japan by VM Production, a modified tail section borrowed from another tracker, a new inverted front end to which are now attached new 9-spoke cast wheels with a pair of discs and radial-mount brake calipers. Paint by KDS Designs. A dirt tracker for the youngsters.