1984 HARLEY-DAVIDSON XR1000 STREET TRACKER. One of the original two-year-only XR1000s, turned over to master builder Richard Pollock of Mule Motorcycles for one of his award-winning street-tracker conversions. With its First Klass Glass seat base & XR750-style aluminum gas tank finished in the same metallic gray as the original, with OEM-style decals, the Mule conversion delivers on the factory street-tracker concept that the original XRs hinted at.Presenting as new, it now shows just a couple of hundred miles since conversion and has recently been treated to a tune-up by Pollock, who fitted a new Sundance drive chain and lightweight Shoral lithium-ion battery. Among the bike's many features are. Stock main frame & engine internals, less than 1000 total miles from new. Engine covers finished in black wrinkle powdercoat. Custom twin-megaphone exhaust, ceramic-coated, with heat shields. A&A Racing adjustable-offset billet triple-clamps. 2008 Triumph Thruxton 41mm forks with RaceTech Emulators. 2007 Triumph Scrambler headlight & brackets. Ducati 916 front brake rotor, MV Agusta six-piston caliper, Brembo radial master cylinder. Stock rear brake rotor, Jay-Brake caliper. Lightweight chromoly removable rear seat loop, sidestand & fork stops. Yamaha XS650 front hub, oversized bearings, 19 x 2.75 Sun rim. Stock rear hub, 19 x 3.50 Sun rim, both rims powdercoated Black Chrome.
Featured in Cycle World magazine. Richard Pollock's bio: A longtime aerospace professional, building motorcycles for himself -- whether racebikes or street specials -- was something Pollock did in his spare time, but people began to pay attention and were soon imploring him to construct bikes for them, too.
Playing off his love of flat-tracking, Pollock founded Mule Motorcycles, specializing in street trackers. These are stripped down and elemental, with just enough civilities to please the DMV, but looking very much like they took a wrong turn on the way to time trials at the local TT track. Awards, magazine ink, website mentions and many more commissions followed.One highlight was being asked by Triumph Motorcycles to build a tracker using the new Bonneville motor as powerplant. After its time on the show circuit, that machine now resides in the prestigious Barber Motorsports Museum. Today, some 150 motorcycles later, Pollock is recognized as the world's most prolific builder of street-trackers, with happy Mule customers quite literally around the globe. The item "1984 Harley-Davidson XR Street Tracker" is in sale since Tuesday, July 9, 2019.
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