5th Place European Championship 2006
A Retro Sporty Makes Top Five
by Robin Bradley, photography by Horst Rösler
Fifth place was taken by Krazy Horse Cycles from the UK, with their ‘Zeroesque’, an Ironhead Sportster homage to the styling that emerged from Shinya Kimura’s Zero Engineering in Japan.
Other trends now clearly seen through the Official European Championship have been the growing popularity and quality of ‘retro’ styling, and, conversely, the continuing development of cutting edge suspension, chassis and driveline technology and the use of light weight materials.
Photos and text courtesy of:
American Motorcycle Dealer
5th PLACE EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP 2006
Bike Name: Zeroesque
Business: Krazy Horse
Bury St Edmunds, UK
Builders Name: Krazy Horse
Owner Name: Krazy Horse
Model/Make: 2005/1977 Ironhead
Engine Size/Make: H-D 1000cc
Frame Make/Type: Krazy Horse rigid
Transmission: 4-Speed H-D
Wheel (front): 3.5 x 16
Wheel (rear): 3.5 x 16
Tires: Avon Speedmasters
Brakes (front): 1940's H-D Drum
Brakes (rear): H-D Sportster Drum
Plating: Nickel plate
Additional Info: Everyone in the
shop was involved in the build.
Special mention to the following...
Grips etc in 200 year old yew by Oz
Twiddly forged bits by the Baker
Seat covering and helmet from Davida
Key and brass items from the Kings Arms!