Harley-Davidson to unveil the RCM Street 750 cafe racer at India Bike Week 2015
Posted on: Feb 17, 2015 - 7:05am IST
Harley-Davidson India would be unveiling a custom made Street 750 cafe racer by Jaipur based Rajputana Customs (RCM) and also showcase 13 other radically customised Street 750 motorcycles that were a part of the India Dealer Custom Contest, at the India Bike Week on the 21st and 22nd of February.
Commenting on his latest build, Vijay Singh of Rajputana Customs –
Where Phase 1 of the build was all about showcasing the versatility of the Street 750 while retaining most of the stock components, Phase 2 is about taking the build a step further and really going all out with the design and making some radical changes. The new design includes a new gas tank, rear set foot pegs, a performance exhaust and a new rear cowl amongst other elements. It’s been great working on this build for Harley-Davidson, and we look forward to doing more such exciting things in the future.
India Bike Week 2015 is the third installment of India’s largest bike festival that has seen more than 1,000 Harley-Davidson riders gearing up and riding down to Goa from all across the country. This year, Harley-Davidson India also celebrates its 5th year anniversary in India.
Harley-Davidson India would also, for the first time be giving out demo rides at the event. A first for any manufacturer at the event, new and experienced riders would get an opportunity to ride the Harley-Davidson machine of their liking. This year would also see a lineup of more than a thousand Harley-Davidson motorcycles as they parade from Nazri Grounds, Baga on 21st February into the India Bike Week event arena at Vagator.
India Bike Week has become one of the major events for Harley-Davidson India as it is one single place where most of their customers from all across the country are gathered.
Harley used the platform last year to showcase its highly anticipated Street 750 motorcycle amongst more than 1,000 Harley-Davidson owners and thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts, with the motorcycle’s designer, Frank Savage, to present his full account of the creation.