The Kraus Motor Co. is based in the mountains of Cazadero, in Northern California, a shop with a vision as original as the bikes that leave it and roll through the canyons. This Kraus Motor Company design is called the Kyrgyz and features a number of unique design cues which, combined, create a visual tour-de-force.
The Kyrgyz was hand crafted from spirit and passion. It is powered by a low-mounted 1965 Harley-Davidson panhead, the frame was all fabricated by hand and upon completion was nickel-plated. Another eye-catching design element of the Kyrgyz is its raked out front forks, topped with classic bicycle-inspired handlebars. A cool finishing touch on this bike is the five golden rings on the oil bag that represents one of the samurai sword strategies, earth, water, fire, wind, and void. Check out!
Source: The Kraus Motor Co.