This 1962 Harley-Davidson KR750 flat-track race bike is a compelling combination of vintage look and pure function.
Flat-trackers raced on dirt, and every extra ounce of weight that could be spared was shaved off the motorcycle. Hence the bike has no lights, no electrical system other than engine ignition, no brakes. All the non-critical parts (such as the already-minimal heat shielding on the rear exhaust pipe where it crosses under the driver's leg) have been drilled full of holes to save weight. No kickstand, no center stand, no rear suspension. Engine displacement was limited by race rules to 750cc.