- Personal Bike
- Joshi’s Personal
A Special Bike for a special Bikesman
Still in schooling and yet already with very clear ideas of what his first Harley must look like. Joshua has consistently trimmed his Softail to the style of the sixties and seventies.
“I wanted my Harley with slim and narrow tires, since most of the built Harleys in Germany are black and wide,” says Joshi in an interview.
Said, done, the bike was slim in every respect, even the fork was not allowed to go in the width. To chop means “hacking” or “small-warping”, but is meant rather “omit”. So it also hit the primary housing, which was replaced by a narrow and, above all, exposed belt…