A little friendly competition never hurt anyone, especially when we're talking about something like Harley-Davidson's Battle of The Kings competition. Pitting dealer against dealer across Europe in a custom bike building competition, we're benefiting from the likes of releases like this Harley-Davidson Street 750 by H-D Innsbruck. Designed by the Austrian firm's Fabian Weber and Gregor Malleir, the custom bike stays true to the bike's original "everyday" appeal, both in terms of price point and complexity, putting together an incredible bike for less than €4,000 on parts and less than 50 hours in the shop. Every part and modification was chosen for maximum effect and range from a reworked frame, a triple tree front fork, a lowered ride height, and new 19-inch Dyna wheels - up two inches from the stock model. The reworked front end allowed for a redesigned gauge placement while LED lights on the rear fender, Free Spirits clip-ons, and a custom saddle add to the cafe racer vibe. The project was finished with a more stubby muffler and the removal of a few unnecessary parts to clean-up the overall look. Continue after the click to see more angles and let us know where you think the judges should place this Harley-Davidson Street 750 at next month's competition.