Harley-Davidson Night Train Hop-Up
Front End And Controls
We are moving onto the next part of the Night Train hop-up. In this installment, we wanted to lower the bike and swap out the stock chrome frontend with the new, black inverted frontend and also wanted to see what a new set of handlebars would add to the look. Ever since we started this project, we have received letters and e-mail from readers telling us what they want to see from this bike, and we feel the same way as you: It’s a Night Train, and it should be blacked out. We put a list together of some parts we felt would give it that look, and a blacked out inverted frontend was the first thing that we thought would contribute. With that in mind, we felt we needed to lower the rear fender to the tire a bit so it wouldn’t look too high. We stopped at Pomona Harley-Davidson in Montclair, California, to get some parts installed on the Night Train.