ROUGH CRAFTS X ZERO ENGINEERING

Rough Crafts x Zero Harley Knucklehead

Type 5, Harley-Davidson bobber by Zero Engineering at the Festival automobile international 2012

Type 5, Harley-Davidson bobber by Zero Engineering at the Festival automobile international 2012

The new Zero Engineering Type 9 looks old, and that's no bad thing. From the heavy-duty springer fork to the compact tail light cluster, it’s a modern remix of post-War American styling cues.

Zero Engineering Type 9

The new Zero Engineering Type 9 looks old, and that's no bad thing. From the heavy-duty springer fork to the compact tail light cluster, it’s a modern remix of post-War American styling cues.

Zero Engineering Type 9

Zero Engineering Type 9

Harley knucklehead, Not a fan of the engine design, but a very interesting interpretation nonetheless.  I especially like the springer front end

The 2012 Bike EXIF Top Ten, Part I

Harley knucklehead, Not a fan of the engine design, but a very interesting interpretation nonetheless. I especially like the springer front end

Zero Engineering Type 9 This is the second bike we’ve featured from Japanese masters, Zero Engineering. They’ve been around for a decade building incredible low-production number customs. Their muscular, no nonsense retro designs spawned a whole wave of imitators, all trying to get that “Zero” look. Well, this is the real deal, the new one. It’s called the Type 9 and the 96” S&S motor makes it fly.

Zero Engineering Type 9 This is the second bike we’ve featured from Japanese masters, Zero Engineering. They’ve been around for a decade building incredible low-production number customs. Their muscular, no nonsense retro designs spawned a whole wave of imitators, all trying to get that “Zero” look. Well, this is the real deal, the new one. It’s called the Type 9 and the 96” S&S motor makes it fly.

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