A Harley Davidson project undertaken by GF Moto is this week featured in Motorcycle News.
Motorcycle News (MCN) have this week showcased the conversion of a Harley Davidson Street 750 to a flat-track Hooligan undertaken by GF Moto. The bike, which will be raced at the forthcoming MCN Festival of Motorcycling in May, received a completely redesigned exhaust system which was hand-made at the GF Moto workshop in Buckinghamshire.
The article, a copy of which can be viewed below, demonstrates how GF Moto Fabricator and Harley Davidson fan Geoff Rayner, used his extensive skills to produce the system from T304 stainless steel, ensuring sufficient ground clearance while also working around the bike's air filter.
The system, which features a stunning loop design, is the first in the UK to feature twin GF Moto end-cans making the bike a genuine one-off.
To read the full article, simply click on the image below.