May 2011; New pictures showing off the traditional reversed Harley racing paint scheme of black and orange October 2010; Our XR clone is now in its final stages. The exhaust has been fabricated fitting a super-trap muffler onto FC's custom head pipes. We were then able to test ride it. The bike rides firm with less vibration than anticipated. The DT tires take a few miles to get acquainted with. The large Brembo front brake set-up is fantastic utilizing minimal effort to slow the heavy weight street-tracker. A nice exhaust note and comfortable riding poisition finish it off. The exhaust system is now out to receive a black ceramic finish, be returned, reinstalled then prepared for delivery. The owner will finish it off with a a coat of paint on the seat and tank and hopefully squeeze a few miles in before the winter. May 2010; Neil Horn of Colorado has always wanted a Harley XR750 to ride on the street. Anyone who is familiar with this bike knows street application is not very practical. Neil had a Buell M2 Cyclone and thought about a small conversion to get it closer to what he had in mind. After much consideration Neil and FC decided to build a XR frame that would carry his 1200 motor. With the addition of XR750 body work and some super trick spoke wheels his dream is becoming a reality. While utilizing some of the Buell parts, front forks, wire harness and a few other bits and pieces the rest will be hand made or aftermarket components to finish off this really unique project. FC is building the entire bike for Neil. Until then enjoy some preliminary mock-up.

XR Buell Street Tracker