One of my personal projects from 2016 when I bought a 2000 Harley Davidson Softail Heritage classic. With the vision of redesigning it from a wide heavy bike with all kind of chrome bells and whistles to a clean narrow bobber suitable for everyday use.
Stripping the bike and engine of its tins and dressing, removing the fender struts and starting of fresh creating things from scratch. A narrow two piece gas tank with the bike line extended into a small lightweight front fairing headlight housing. This housing taken as base to implement the lines and shape of the rear fender. Next to that eliminating the large and wide exhaust system trying to create an exhaust that is nearly invisible to the eye of the beholder and turned out to surprisingly quiet with the custom baffle and muffler. The controls designed as such to keep the bike as clean as possible. Finished everything off with a black and carbon paintjob.
Final result photoshoot done by; Floris Veldhuis Photography