“Urban Cavalry” Harley-Davidson Dyna by Rough Crafts

October 3rd, 2014 by retail design blog

Commissioned by Harley-Davidson Taiwan, premium custom bike manufacturer Rough Crafts reimagines the Dyna Street Bob bobber into the “Urban Cavalry” motorcycle. With performance the main objective, Rough Crafts’ Winston Yeh chose to advance this particular model with a new front-end kit and forks, an aluminum swingarm from Roaring Toyz and a BDL open belt drive to reduce weight, a redesigned titanium exhaust system, and custom-made dark metal composite rotors that connect to six-piston calipers for a better brake system.

With that said, it’s without a doubt the exterior that grabs the attention of onlookers, as it features a narrow tank, a superbike-inspired tail unit, a quilted black leather saddle, and of course the mostly matte black makeup supplies a Blade Runner-like aesthetic. Harley fan or not, this is a mean bike.


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