No Nonsense Street Fighter

KERRIN, the proud owner of this ominous street-fighter, is in the business of earth moving. But when he’s not moving earth, he gets out on his black bike and moves across it in style aboard this heavily modified Harley-Davidson Night Train. 

This is Kerrin’s first Harley after a succession of various road bikes.

“The bike just caught my eye and I couldn’t say no… I had to have it,” said Kerrin. 

As you can see by the pics, very little remains of the original bike with lashings of custom gear clearly visible at every glance. 

C at Crazy Creations is responsible for many of the mods on the bike and these include Custom CnC bars; raked, inverted forks; Custom CnC chopped and stretched front and rear guards; Custom CnC stretched and shaved fuel tank with flush mount filler caps. 

A 23-inch billet front rim keeps the scooter aimed in the right direction; and concealed wiring tops off the front-end and feeds the power to the single H-D driving light and digital mirror gauges. 

The minute indicators are built into the Accutronix levers to keep thing even tidier up front. Accutronix also got the nod when it came time to decide on the sharp looking forward controls.

Of course the standout feature of this bike has to be that wide 300 mm arse end! Kerrin reckons it’s a bit of a handful when it comes to negotiating the odd round-a-bout where the bike has to be wrestled around a bit tentatively, but apart from that, she handles well around town and on a blast through the hills. 

The rear end runs all ZEAL components including the three-step belt set-up, rear-end kit and swingarm. 

The rear wheel is a matching design with the front which both run MA discs brakes. 

A H-D side-mount number plate kit helps to keep thing legal… sort of. 

When Kerrin first purchased the bike it was coated with murals but he has since had a re-spray and the custom black pearl adds to its no nonsense appeal. 

The engine also got a mild work-over and now runs a Screamin’ Eagle air cleaner, pipes and 103 cube engine kit. All of this adds up to a respectful 107 horsepower at the rear wheel. More than enough usable power to back up the Street Fighter’s tough looks. 

Kerrin would like to thanks C at Crazy Creations for nearly all the work on his bike, to Rick and sons at Rick’s Garage, and to Jason from Pro Paints for the killer paint job. 

So what plans does Kerrin have for the scooter in the future? 

“A few hot laps of the Sunshine Coast.” 

And why not—get out there and enjoy the Hell out of it!

 Pics by Jo; words by Chuck U Farley

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