Dubbed the "Los Angel Flyer," LA Speed Shop's take on the R nineT updates the retromodern roadster with an American-inspired overhaul. Customizer and LA Speed Shop owner Chris Richardson injected his experience with Harleys into the bike's overall style with high handlebars, fairings, and raised footrests. The bike is updated with a number of new parts that include the front forks and a 19-inch wheel from an Urban G/S, rear fenders from a Harley Davidson, higher headlamps, fiberglass bodywork, and a Thunderhead Exhaust System. 

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