We build custom motorcycles under all different circumstances and for our own personal reasons, which is almost always evident in a build through unique touches that represent a style or function suited specifically for us.
Ian Head’s custom built 2007 Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 is no exception to that, in fact, his American Flat Track-inspired machine defines the opening paragraph of this story.
A number of years ago, the British-native was involved in a serious car accident, which resulted in a triple-fusion procedure to be undertaken on his spine and has ultimately limited the range of motion in his neck.
Previously owning a selection of Ironhead Sportsters from the ’70s and ’80s, Ian elected for the modern-day version of the model as the base of his new build, which has been ergonomically tailored to his injury.
Read the full story on RIDEJOURNAL.COM.AU. Photo captured by @jeremyhammer_