Kaichiroh Kurosu is one of Japan’s elite builders. He runs Cherry’s Company out of a cosy workshop in Tokyo, and his builds display incredible imagination and craftsmanship.
Admittedly, we knew little of his virtuoso career until he released the ‘Highway Fighter’—an off-the-wall BMW R nineT that currently graces the cover of our calendar.
Though he usually works with older Harleys, Kurosu has no problem tearing into a modern machine. You’re looking at a Street 750—but it’s a radical departure from the controversial original.
Kurosu’s brief came direct from Harley-Davidson, who commissioned five Japanese builders to rework the Street. The bike he’s delivered is chockablock with exquisite details: we’ve poured over a hundred photos of it, and couldn’t find one bad angle.…