TT Custom Choppers Cuba Is Smoking... Hot [Photo Gallery]
The Cuba seems to be based on a Shovelhead, sitting in a long frame, with a raked-our front end loaded with massive forks and an ageless bullet-type headlight attached low on the fork brace. It simply doesn't get any classier, than this, given the elongated attire of the machine.
Since there's “custom” in the workshop's name, Telli could not simply leave a stock swingarm, so he built one, with large cut holes to make it looks more evil and at the same time shave off some weight.
The Cuba looks unbelievably tidy, maybe because Tarhan Telli decided to simplify things as much as possible, using fluid shapes and clean lines. Since the chunky front end looked amazing as it was, Telli opted to load the small gauge lower on the right side of the tank; it looks interesting but with such a bike, we're sure we could also do without.
Now, if you thought the full, mirror-finish aluminium rims were cool, take a look at the amazing seat: mimicking tobacco leaves, Tarhan has created one of the best-looking custom seats we ever saw in quite a while, and we could only wish he did the same to the pipe wrapping.
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