Asterisk Custom Works // Harley-Davidson Street 750

Next Level Street Tracker

Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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The man behind Asterisk Custom Works, Hideki Hoshikama

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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With some dzus fasteners, the body work is quickly removed in a matter of seconds

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Now that is tidy

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Ceriani Forks

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Asterisk Custom Works Harley-Davidson Street 750

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Ceriani triple clamps

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While checking out all the 2 wheeled beauties being arranged on the set up day of the Mooneyes Yokohama Custom show in Japan, a shiny, racy object caught our attention. It was a next level Street Tracker build from Asterisk Custom Works. Hideki Hoshikama, owner/designer/Engineer, transformed a Harley-Davidson Street 750 into a breathtaking piece of 2 wheeled art. Not only is it a thing of pure beauty ,it is highly functional also as every element of the build is geared for going fast and dirty on the flat track. The attention to detail on this machine is nothing short of genius and amazing. While we had a little difficulty communicating with Hideki, it didn't really matter as his work speaks volumes in the universal language of custom motorcycle building.