Harley Davidson 750 Stealth (Adventure Custom) – 2016 Bangkok Live
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Custom-built by a dealer principal of Harley.
Harley Davidson of Thailand has unveiled a customised Harley Street 750 that is named the ‘Harley Davidson 750 Stealth’ at the ongoing 37th Bangkok International Motor Show (2016 BIMS). The model has been designed and built by Richy Wilson who is the co-owner and dealer principal of Richo Harley-Davidson (dealership) in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The Harley Davidson 750 Stealth is said to be “built for the new generation of Harley enthusiasts” and to show that Harleys can be more than just a “dad’s cruiser”. It is made with multi-dimensional angle panels and dark colours to make it attention-grabbing.
The custom Harley adventure bike is equipped with Ohlins motocross fork at the front, monoshock suspension at the rear, Dunlop motocross tires on 21-inch and 18-inch spoke wheels at the front and rear respectively, hand-crafted aluminium fuel tank and fenders, twin LED Daymaker headlamps, custom dual exhaust, two large panniers and one topcase, and custom paint-job by Bull Shop Chiang Mai.