The 749 wasn’t universally loved when it came out (though some people think it’s aging well) – do you think this custom improved on the original?
Here’s a new take on the classic RD400 – a street tracker! This bike is a fresh build with a matching frame and engine – everything is claimed to be completely and professionally rebuilt.
This will probably be a love it or hate it kind of bike – which side do you fall on? This CB750 is ‘a front to back custom job’ with some interesting styling choices.
Built by Ducati Triumph New York as a project bike for the 2013 NYC Auto Show, this custom Triumph blends parts from Ducati and British Customs with the original Triumph bike.
Icon TiFighter – 2003 Ducati 1000DSView Post
Named “The Dude”, this chopper started as a rebuilt shovelhead with about 3k miles on it (it now has an additional 1,000).
Post-Listing Update: This CB750 was pulled off of eBay, final sale price unknown. I’ve heard many comments in the past that you guys/gals like seeing high dollar custom builds because it’s interesting to see how the market values it. Here’s a CB750 that’s seen $20,000 in documented work…but how much of that will come through in the sale price?
Renee – 1981 Honda CB750 ChopperView Post
With a Triumph 750 engine and a Yamaha front end, this bike was dubbed the “Traumaha”. Sounds a little too close to trauma, though that might be the point. And it sure sounds better than Yaumph!
Featured in The Horse magazine, this XS650 has been turned into a chopper with an Ardcore Choppers frame and Hugh’s Handbuilt-tweaked motor. Seeing these bikes at shows it’s one thing, but I always enjoy learning what the market thinks they’re worth…
Remember the Honda Motocompo? Built as a ‘trunk bike’ to fit into the Honda City, it was a quirky take on personal transportation. I bring that up because the name parallels well with ComposiMo, a company that has turned this Grom into a custom that fits inside of a Honda Fit.
Alright, that’s my name – the seller actually calls his creation the Dirtster. Either way, it’s a Sportster that’s been converted to tackle dirt!
This bike (called Daisy Duc) was a finalist in the Ultimate Builder Competition at the Washington DC stop of the Progressive International Motorcycle Show. I’m wondering what you guys and gals think about it.
Introduced in 1970, the Rokon RT140 (RT = Rokon Trail, 140 was displacement) was built to get a slice of the trail bike market that had become so popular. It used the same pull-start 140cc engine that you’d find in a Snorunner, and an automatic transmission. If you believe the seller, this chopped RT140 was built by a Rokon employee …
Alright, this is a bit of a joke post, but I figured you had to see this custom bike that was inspired by Bumblebee from he Transformers movie. That’s all I can really say about it.