VTM SpaceSter Based on Harley Sportster
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The engine on the SpaceSter custom motorcycle is wrapped in a cover mimicking the Harley engine fins, making it look like one solid block motor.
Furthermore, the exhaust looks like it belongs to the engine, but then disappears in a custom under-frame cache where the 2 pipes join with a discreet exit on the bottom left of the bike.
Suspension comes front a set of Yamaha R1 inverted forks. Also, there are no master cylinders on the bars, as they have been relocated inside the body. In addition to that, front brake and hydraulic clutch are actioned by small levers on the bars. The bodywork breaths aerodynamics, from the front to the rear where the frenched taillight and the license tag look like they are incorporated into the fender.
SpaceSter is poised to be one of the few signs of genuine originality at the AMD World Championships Of Bike Building next year in August at Sturgis, after it has already won “Best of Show” Free Wheels 2010 and “Best of Show” Punta Bagna Bike Valfrejus 2010 titles.
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