Nico Sell, the Custom King from Germany's Wuerzburg Village is the builder behind this aggressive, bare-bones cafe-style Street 750. The shop used a lot of parts off of other Harleys for their build, which is a unique direction, but definitely gives at-home builders some inspiration in using second-hand parts. The forks and front brake caliper were off of a V-Rod, and the disc as well as the riser setup were from a Street Bob. They took the rear wheel off of a Softail Slim and used the front wheel off a Sportster 48, both equipped with Shinko SHR 270 Classic 16" tires. They chose to stick with the stock pipe, but wrapped it, and put on an Arlen Ness air cleaner with a Harley cover.