Return of the Cafe Racers - Harley Davidson FLH HighSlot

Harley Davidson FLH HighSlot

This popped up on the Biltwell facebook page and I felt compelled to share. It's a heavily customised '84 Harley Davison FLH that uses a bizarre mix of Harley & Honda parts with a dash of Suzuki for good measure. Built by Junk Ride in Japan it's my second far out build in…


This popped up on the Biltwell facebook page and I felt compelled to share. It’s a heavily customised ’84 Harley Davison FLH that uses a bizarre mix of Harley & Honda parts with a dash of Suzuki for good measure. Built by Junk Ride in Japan it’s my second far out build in two days on the site and I’m loving it…

All engine – minimal bodywork, the unmistakable Harley FLH V-twin dominates the HighSlots frame and drops it down low. Unfortunately the Junk Ride website is pretty light on when it comes to details about this build and Google Translate wasn’t doing me any favours so you’ll just have to enjoy the photos and figure it all out for yourself. Feel free to share your insights in the comment section below.

Junk Ride     /     Biltwell Inc

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