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Reflect On This – 2007 Chrome Chopper

In America, Cruiser, Custom by Joe2 Comments

With the latest chopper craze safely behind us (for now) nice examples of the genre are now available for pennies on the dollar. The Tuetuls and Jessie James’ of the motorcycle world felt the need to get ever more creative in an attempt to stand above the rest and at times the results got a little, uh, outlandish.

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2014 Honda Grom Custom

In Custom, Japan, Small Displacement by JoeLeave a Comment

Here’s proof that we will hotrod anything, even the little cult bike-ette with the too-cute name—the Honda Grom. Like the purse dog who thinks it’s a Doberman, this 125cc motorcycle somehow presents itself as much larger than the sum of its parts. There’s always the guy who will go way over top, and here’s his project.

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2011 Hammarhead Solo X

In America, Custom, Russia by Abhi5 Comments

Based on the Ural sT, the Solo X was a custom that you could order from James Loughead, the man behind Hammarhead Industries. Suggested price was $12,500. This example is claimed to have been built for Ewan McGregor, and it has just 200 miles.

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City of Hate – 1968 Honda CB350 Custom

In Custom, Japan by AbhiLeave a Comment

Created by City of Hate Vintage Cycles, this bike was built to be raffled off at last year’s Rockers vs. Mods in Dallas. It was apparently popular enough that they sold out of raffle tickets, and the bike entered the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show before it was delivered to its new owner.

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1973 Honda CL350 Custom

In Custom, Japan by Abhi1 Comment

Post Listing Update: This CL350 was relisted but still did not meet reserve with 36 bids up to $4,025. Time for another round of ‘what do you think about this custom bike?’ This CL has been given a frame-up restoration and the knowledgeable seller (Angus from Northeast Sportscar) calls it “the ultimate Honda 350 street build.” It sure looks like …

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Pulsetjet Powered – 2015 Robert Maddox Custom

In America, Custom by Abhi1 Comment

Post Listing Update: This bike was relisted multiple times on eBay with the BIN eventually dropping to $4,500, but that wasn’t enough to attract a buyer. A pulsejet engine is named for the fact that the combustion happens in pulses. They’re not a particularly popular powerplant (how’s that for alliteration), but Robert Maddox has established himself as a leader in …