Monday, 17 November 2014

Kustom Kommune Street 750

Our soon to be newest dealer, Kustom Kommune in Melbourne, Australia, built this modified 750 Street after being given it by Harley-Davidson.

Yamaha superbike front forks look great. Front fairing is a nice twist on a number board, while the alloy bodywork is distracts from the front rad without pushing too many boundaries. The seat frames are totally new and converting the rear end for a traditional twin shock to dual shocks working in a cantilever position is clever, though I have no idea how wheel it would work.

Engine and exhaust headers are stock and prove it's not an ugly engine. Belt drive is retained.

Based just outside central Melbourne, Kustom Kommune offer a communal area and work bays where owners without their own garages, tools, per even experience, can use to repair and service their own bikes. There is also storage for bikes and spare parts.
Photos via silodrome

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