Italian manufacturer Headbanger Motorcycles presents two new bikes for the year 2012 at the EICMA, equipped with the famous Knuckle and Pan engines – courtesy of S&S – with 93 cubic inches (1.
530 cc) dispacement: they are called Summertime and Woodstock Boogie.
Both models got that old-school look that gives them that vintage vibe, but use present-day technology to make them reliable and safe as modern standards require.
The colorful Headbanger’s Summertime uses a knuckle engine and is characterized by a softail frame, 19″ rim on the front and a 130 tyre on the rear, ‘high-neck’ fuel tank, t-bar and a little sissybar on the back.
It is a real ‘narrow wheels’ experience, with carburettor, primary transmission with a 1 and ¾ inches belt, and secondary transmission by chain.
This two-wheeled trip based on an original HB design is available in two versions; Frisco Style e Green & Orange.
Headbanger’s Woodstock Boogie is a return to simplicity: softail frame, S&S pan engine, matt paint-job, high ape-hanger, leather saddle and 9 litres peanut fuel tank (although a fat size 18 litres tank is also available upon request).
Also available is a beach-bar handlebar.
This 60s looking model will also be available in two versions: Silk & Black Matt and Embossed & Raw Metal.
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