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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

HD 750 Stealth Custom

Harley-Davidson (HD) Thailand does not want to fall behind the movement of the Bangkok International Motor Show (BIMS) 2016. The  original HD Street 750 included in cruiser bike, and now was modified in such a way becoming into adventure motorcycle.

According to Richy Wilson, the owner of the Main Dealer HD Thailand the motorcycle named 750 Stealth is intentionally specifically designed for the new generation of HD riders. Specifically, he was convinced that the 750 Stealth is the hottest idea.
Harley Davidson 750 Stealth at the Bangkok International Motor Show 2016. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1YpxzV)
As the name implies, the 750 Stealth mimics stealth jet fighter used to penetrate the opponent's radar. As a result, the bike exterior design refers to the typical dark color of stealth aircraft. A number of motorcycle components have to be able to pass the off-road terrain.

Richy did not specify the changes to make a figure of 750 Stealth adventurer motorcycle. But out of sight, it's clear the standard front suspension evicted and replaced with a motocross belongs. Its front wheels sized 21-inch, while 18-inch rear and both wrapped by Dunlop tires. Additional detail can be seen from the LED headlamps, rear monoshock suspension, custom exhaust, swingarm and aluminum tanks are custom handmade.
Right side view of Harley Davidson 750 Stealth. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1YpxzV)
Here are several pictures of HD 750 Stealth. (All pictures taken from: http://adf.ly/1YpxzV)


The 750 Stealth is just a form of modification motorcycle but in concept, the Milwaukee based manufacturer seems to consider this segment. Because, although never really booming, the adventure motorcycle segment remained stable from year to year.

If HD wants to enliven the market of adventure motorcycle, the 750 Stealth will be challenging a number of names that have long existed, name it Honda CRF, Yamaha WR, Kawasaki KX, Husqvarna, KTM, or with Triumph Tiger and the BMW GS. Quite interesting isn't. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | RUSHLANE]
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