Harley-Davidson has announced the RCM Street 750 Café Racer that will be showcased at the India Bike Week 2015. It is designed by Rajputana Customs.

Harley Davidson Street 750 Customized
The custom made Cafe Racer looks radically different from the stock Street 750

In order to make the Street 750 look more attractive and to showcase its customisation capabilities, Harley-Davidson has unveiled a completely custom made Street 750 Café Racer designed and built by Jaipur based design house Rajputana Customs. Rajputana Customs is famous for building some really cool looking bikes. This is the first ever Street 750 built by a custom bike builder in India. The phase I of the build was completed sometime ago and the bike looked different but retained most of the stock components.

However, Rajputana Customs has gone a few steps further with the phase II of the build and this time they are making some radical changes to the design and to some other elements as well. The new design incorporates a new gas tank, rearset footpegs, a performance exhaust and a new rear seat cowl among other components. All these changes are bound to make the motorcycle look very different from the stock Street 750. However, the cruiser will be retaining the stock 749cc V-Twin engine in all probabilities.

Harley-Davidson will be organising a lot of events at the IBW 2015. They will be offering test rides of their bikes to new as well as experienced riders so that they can get a taste of the roaring V-Twin engines and the massive torque they produce! The American bike maker will also be having the biggest ever Harley-Davidson parade in the country starting from Nazri grounds, Baga, Goa. To prove the age old metaphor – no two Harleys are the same, the bike maker will unveil thirteen customized Street 750 motorcycles which have been customised by various Harley-Davidson dealers across the country. There will be other customised Harleys too which will be participating in the Harley owners custom contest.

Harley Davidson Street 750 RCM
The wide front tyre and the other custom touches give the bike a “Tough” look
Harley Davidson Street 750 CafeRacer
The phase I retained most of the stock elements while phase II will be different