There's much more to the image of a Harley-Davidson than a lot of people to think. To show that, the All-American brand has been working hard to switch things up and show its ability to walk on an even wilder side. The latest installment of this rebelling comes from across the pond.
Harley has teamed up with luxury watchmaker Bell & Ross to build a one-off custom bike, the Nascafe Racer, for bikers who also appreciate a fine timepiece. The move comes recently after Bell & Ross designed their "BR 01-92 Compass Watch", designed specifically for motorcycle buffs. The bike was built off a Harley-Davidson FXSTB Softail Nightrain, and features a timepiece mounted in the center console, via a machined block of aluminum.
The bike has already debuted at the London International Custom Bike Show, and will now be making the rounds between other European bike events. After that, we think it's time for a production run.