Here we have a sleek custom based on a Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight, codenamed “Hooligan Tactics.” Winston Yeh of Rough Crafts designed the theme of the bike and he was looking to build something that inspired the word “streetfighter.” Yeh took a XR1200 swingarm to start with the design and added inverted forks and shocks from Progressive Suspension. The actual parts used on the Harley are from an old Suzuki. While using other custom features, Yeh was able to create the bike using a paintjob that he calls “digital camo.” It’s a takeoff of the old Harley Sportster bikes but with a new, updated feel. He also uses high end parts from Lyndall Brakes and Dunlop tires. The wheels are aluminum to give the bike a really high end feel.
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