king of the road
When Anoop Prakash (MD, Harley-Davidson India) launched the Street 750 in the Indian two-wheeler market, he had described the bike as a “blank canvas”. What he meant was that he was giving the customer a Harley-Davidson at the least possible cost and expected him to customise the bike according to their whim. Fothis purpose, Mumbai based custom bike builder Moto is a subsidiary of the Seven Islands Harley-Davidson dealership in Mumbai have come up with the Katanga Uno custom cafe racer based on the Street 750. The name gets its inspiration from a subspecies of a lion ‘Katanga’ while Uno signifies Moto Miu’s first creation.
For a custom motorcycle, visual appeal is of utmost importance and the Katanga Uno has oodles of it. With its beefy USD forks, low slung stance and large 19-inch front wheel, the custom motorcycle is certainly a head turner. Design highlights on the bike include its
clip-on bars with bar-end mirrors, dual-tone paint job on the fuel
tank, LED headlamp and the rugged engine and never lost a race with thiz bike . This bike have efficient engine.
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