Created by Chris Stout of Stout Engineering, this custom Ducati Monster is called Double Espresso and it’s been featured on sites such as Pipeburn and Revival Cycles.
7-29-21 Update: One final update, as this bike’s now going for no reserve and it’s guaranteed to find a new home – find it with bidding up to $3,900 in Santa Monica, California here on Iconic Motorbike Auctions.
Featured in the August 2009 issue of Cycle World, this XR750 custom was called “Stars & Stripes” – you can probably guess where the name came from.
7-21-21 Update:Another 3 years later, Tim Huber notes that this famous Harley is now for sale by Heritage Auctions. They’re accepting offers for another couple of weeks, and the BIN price is $125,000. Good luck! 1-9-18 Update: 2.5 years later, this bike is now being offered by a different seller (but with the same asking price). Find it in Beverly …
Built by Chris Gorel, this Sport Classic custom is called the ThunderDuc.
The RD400 came about when Yamaha made the RD350 a bit bigger in 1976 – displacement was 399cc. Thanks to 44 horsepower, the bigger RD was capable of hitting the ton with a top speed of 105 miles per hour. Most people know the 400 simply for being an easier to ride upgrade over the 350, but it was also …
The XR1200 was Harley-Davidon’s sportiest offering for years, but this example was taken much further in 2014 by Shaw Speed and Custom, who were inspired by HD’s classic race machines wearing the #3 of Cal Rayborn. What do you think of the final result?
Built by Roland Sands Design, this Sportster has been turned into what they call the “Racester” – they debuted it back at Born Free 4 in 2012. What do you think of the final product?
Alfred Bajohr was a German engineer who made a name for himself by customizing Moto Guzzis and Ducatis in the endless pursuit of speed. He built a limited number of street bikes and race bikes – the seller of this street bike claims that “from 1979 to 1983 one motorcycle per year was built according to Customer specifications.”
In 2017, Confederate Motorcycles made the dramatic change of renaming themselves to Curtiss. Then they made an even bigger change: they announced that they were switching from gigantic V-Twin engines to electric motorcycles. Their prototype to show the world what they had in store was the Zeus, a concept that was awarded the “Innovation Award” at the 2018 Quail Motorcycle …
The seller customized this bike to go around the world but he “only made it as far as Costa Rica and back due to COIVD border restrictions.” Will you try to complete the journey?
Originally built to be shown at the 2018 Handbuilt Motorcycle Show in Austin, Texas, this custom GS750 was dubbed “Zucati” because it features the suspension, wheels, and single-sided swingarm from a Ducati 1098. What do you think of the end result?
Built by the current 500c production class Bonneville Land Speed Record Holder and offered by the current SCTA 500/350 production record holders (as well as the 350 AMA national record holder), this incredible Gamma is said to power wheelie in 3rd gear. Purists need not apply, but two-stroke junkies should be right at home.
In the seller’s words, this “is one of the most properly sorted BMW cafe racers you’re likely to come across. If I were to list out all of the work/details that went into this bike, I’d be here all night…and would still inevitably miss a ton. This is NOT one of the hacked together BMW cafe racers that seem to …
Called the Yamando, this hybrid features a Yamaha XS650 motor (bored out to 750) in a Norton Commando frame and it’s a multiple-time winner in the Canadian vintage road racing P2 Heavyweight class.