Harley-Davidson Sportster Scrambler: Urbantracker by Lord Drake Kustoms

The “Urbantracker” is one of the best Harley-Davidson Scrambler or Street Tracker built in Lord Drake Kustoms' Harley workshop in Malaga, Spain.

The “Urbantracker” is one of the best Harley-Davidson Scrambler or Street Tracker built in Lord Drake Kustoms’ Harley workshop in Malaga, Spain. A custom Harley that is completely unique, with its own style, and without resembling any of the typical scrambler motorcycles seen to this day. The Urbantracker is piece of art by Lord Drake Kustoms on a Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 R basis.

How this Harley Scrambler was made

The first thing Fran Manen (owner of Lord Drake Kustoms) wanted was to get a Harley-Davidson Scrambler valid for two people, without losing the charm of the motorcycles transformed previously in the customization workshop. And to achieve this, a back was made with space to house a second seat that was accompanied by a pair of Öhlins Sportster shock absorbers.

Then, the shop had to work the front of this custom motorcycle. In a KTM workshop in Malaga, the team at Lord Drake Kustoms were able to get a WP inverted fork, which gave a radical look to the entire front, which was finished with a floating disc brake, a brake caliper for Brembo motorcycle and spoke wheels. Finally, the mask was manufactured by hand in metal, with the light incorporated.

Craft exhaust with Supertrapp tail for Harley-Davidsons, custom air filter and a large number of parts and details were added to the set to create this spectacular Harley-Davidson Scrambler or perhaps “the Street Tracker with urban airs.”

The final finishing touch in the transformation of this motorcycle was the paint and airbrushing work done on a base of broken white or light beige, which was accompanied by a handmade brown seat.

As result, this Harley Scrambler built and transformed fully in one of the best Harley and custom workshops in Spain.

Technical Data

• Base: Harley Davidson Sportster 883 R
• Year: 2010
• Displacement: 883 cc
• Exhaust: handmade with Supertrapp tail
• Air Filter: Custom
• Shock Absorber: Öhlins.
• Fork: Inverted WP
• Odometer: MMB
• Hand controls: Handlebars, grips, brake pumps, etc.
• Foot controls: modified
• Wheels: Rear and front of Radios
• Fuel tank: Artisan
• Seat and subframe: handmade
• Front fender: handmade
• Rear fender: handmade
• Chassis: Modified subframe
• Brakes: Brembo on front wheel
• Lighting: front turn signals on grips, pilot and rear turn signals LEDs, control lamps, etc.
• Powder coating.

Link: Lord Drake Kustoms

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