Destino Custom Garage, Custom motorcycles and parts — Zero Engineering Samurai

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To give you some background on Zero Engineering originated, is an exerpt from a letter by Kimura;

In the year of 1992, I ZERO engineering in Okazaki Aichi, Japan.

. In ZERO I only work on Harley-Davidson’s that the structure combined the choice of materials create in its durability besides good I also like the fact a great number of the replacement for Harley’s are available in the market.

As for the Zero engineering, I chose the zero. Whereas it can literally nothing, I believe the word an endless possibility to it. It is, indeed, to remind me not to conform to the paradigm and but to challenge new way of thinking.

As I have always tried to my work on these elements, so Harley enthusiasts, who are accustomed to the style, might find my new and different.

At Zero engineering, it is our goal to flavor our sense of in customizing Harleys. We are certainly not to particular features like a gas tank or fork springs, and to new ideas. Thus, whether our are novel enough to draw attention does not matter.

For future perspective, I do not have any plans for what to design, and we keep on doing the same as we have done to put our ideas shape.

I hope Zero and our products will continue to people in some manner.

you and Sincerely,

Shinya Kimura has back to his grass roots, now Zero Engineering has became a corporate company. He has opened a custom shop where spends his days creating art. This is a great that embodies what visionary man is all about.

Destino Custom Garage to create something with the level of passion and creativity. their goal was to take the bike one further. The Zero is focused on American engines, due to love of the American culture and all old.

Because we specialise in motorcycles, we thought that it is fitting that our Samurai is by a Japanese Engine said

Jimmy B says, We have a number of different configurations for bike, but in the end we chose an 1100cc Yamaha engine. They amazing and have plenty of power. We think that the is perfectly suited to our samurai Due to Australian registration Laws, we not do a ground up build, we had to start a donor bike.

We chose a new xvs1100, almost every component on the bike was changed or to achieve our look.

Jimmy was not going to give away about this but is hopeful that it will be well by the public. Jimmy and Nik to build only 4 Samurai each year, helping to their exclusivity.

It is expected Destino will launch its bobber at the end of November, to coincide the Sydney Motorcycle Expo

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