Harley-Davidson Street Rod Freedom Edition Unveiled

Harley-Davidson motorcycles are a sheer beauty even in their stock avatar though the recently customized Street Rod Freedom Edition by Graphers Rock, a Japan-based company has been able to take the things up a notch. The overall profile of the modified motorcycle shrieks of classy design language with a funkier colour scheme existing together.

The collaboration between Harley-Davidson and Graphers Rock has resulted in the modified Street Rod that has been christened as the ‘RE_SEEK for FREEDOM’ project. The fuel tank of the stock motorcycle has been hand-painted with a funky colour palette adding an extra bit of elegance to the cruiser.

The fuel tank of the motorcycle has been imparted a white colour scheme with different stunning graphics accentuating it further. Setting it apart from other customizations is the modern colour palette working their charm in the form of different body veins.

The impeccable fuel tank design further features the Revolution-X V-Twin engine branding in a small font while the designer has also encrypted the engine capacity of 750cc in clearer fonts on the top of the fuel tank. Apart from this, the designers at the Graphers Rock have also encrypted the name of the project “Freedom” on the fuel tank of the customized cruiser.

Apart from the fuel tank incarnations and revised colour schemes, the motorcycle has been imparted with all-black body panels. The motorcycle continues to draw power from the 749cc, Revolution-X V-Twin engine that is capable of churning out a maximum torque of 60 Nm at just 4000 rpm.

The custom Harley-Davidson Street Rod Freedom is a limited edition motorcycle developed via the collaboration of two brands and only 10 production units of the cruiser are available in the Japanese markets. The customers in Japan can get their hands on the customized Street Rod at a price tag of JPY 998,300 (INR 7.13 lakh) via online orders that are currently open with the dealerships till May 19, 2020.

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