An fascinating combination by Bell & Ross and Shaw Harley-Davidson. Shaw Harley-Davidson is the current title holder in altered Harley bikes and along with Bell & Ross, they present the erratic custom Nascafe Racer.
As my cruiser information is exceptionally restricted (odd take on the cold, hard truth), I thusly duplicate a selection of the Bell & Ross press release:
The techniques utilized by Bell & Ross ace watchmakers when creating and gathering their watches was utilized by the Shaw Harley-Davidson ace experts when fabricating the undertaking bicycle, which depends on the Harley-Davidson® FXSTB Softail® Night Train, one of the more extremist Softails – long, low and bare and named by Willie G. Davidson.
The cruiser was completely stripped down to the last nut and fastener in the Speed & Custom workshop of the East Sussex business, and everything about considered on the rebuild.
Using the BR 01 Carbon – the notorious time instrument delivered by Bell & Ross – the Shaw Speed and Custom group mounted the watch in a carefully assembled focus reassure utilizing a machined piece of aluminum. The watch mounting situated the watch in the ideal spot for its capacity as an expert instrument for the rider. A combination of anodized blue, carbon and secrecy like matte dark custom paint was utilized on the bicycle to mirror the plan of the timepiece.
“We needed to reflect the Bell & Ross watch any place we could on the cruiser to guarantee that the substance of the completed item was never compromised by pointless plan or unessential items,” said Steve Willis, Shaw Harley-Davidson Sales Director and Head of the Speed & Custom plan wing of the dealership.
“We were quickly energized by this project,” clarifies Bruno Belamich, Designer and Co-author of Bell & Ross. “We relate to the qualities depicted by Harley-Davidson, values that we offer like the quest for the extraordinary, experience and precision.”
trusts that this organization will permit Shaw Harley-Davidson to fit the bill for and shield their reality title in Sturgis, South Dakota in August 2011.