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I am not a motorcycle fan, but this young man has great taste and talent. I like what he has done to this Harley.
The video is beautiful. I would love to take my 12 spider out for a drive on these roads.
Great camera visual quality. What camera and equipment did you use?
The video is really great to here.Very pleasure to read this.
Posted in a good way,I really enjoyed the post.keep it up
Bravo! I am not a big fan of the bar and shield (too many reasons), but I do understand that many, many are. This is one HD I would love to run out and jump on. Looks AMAZING. And as ever, beautifully filmed. Refreshing to see a video involving an HD that isn’t full of loud pipes and other nonsense that takes away from the bike, a bike from someone who clearly loves many brands (and can pontificate in something other than profanities) . His illustrations are beautiful. Long may you run, sir. GREAT VIDEO, gorgeous bike.
Loved the video, but, above all, the “Powell Peralta” logo on his back (right in the beginning). Ah, those were the days!
Nice roads, landscape and soundtrack!
All the best from Portugal!
“You have to know your client, and know what they want even if they don’t”
– Efraon Triana 7:25 Some few people can do this.
Fun to hear the Madrileño accent. So different from SoCal Spanish.
Cool! 2-wheels are good. I think the most boring motorcycle is still 1000 times more fun than the best car I’ve ever driven. Not personally a H-D fan particularly, nevertheless, I appreciate the level of attention and passion that went into it. It looks great. Beautiful roads, too, that was pleasure to watch.
Thanks for that bit of bliss on a Tuesday morning! I am a huge fan of this kind of work. Efraon has the all those qualities necessary to pull off his vision. I wonder how many people watching really understand the kind of energy it takes to do this sort of thing? While I’m not really a “Harley” guy, I agree with him about the iconic nature of the ’57 Sportster and his interpretation is fabulous! And those Spanish roads! Efraon, did you you ever see an American TV show from the ’70s called ‘Then Came Bronson”? It was a… Read more »
These bespoke vehicle shops are such interesting places. A rare balance of industrial craft, engineering, design, marketing, and client management is required to sustain one. I am always deeply impressed when I see someone pull it off on a sustained basis. The economics cannot be easy. Here is the URL for this shop, Efraon Triana’s shop, outside of Madrid. Lovely place to ride a bike like this. https://www.ufogarage.es/
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