When reader Jim R. sent this to me, he was succinct with his words: “What the hell happened?”. You tell me.
CB Chopper – 1970 Honda CB750F CustomView Post
Built by Stile Italiano, this “Norton 750 RR” was featured on the cover of the April 2015 issue of Classic Bike Guide and has lots of Dunstall parts to complement a few one-off pieces.
30″ Hubless – 2006 Harley-Davidson Road King CustomView Post
If you’re a Bike-urious regular, you’re well-versed on what made the R90S so special. That’s also why I’m curious to hear if you love or hate this custom build by Boxer Metal.
The Yamaha XS650 is a well-known classic medium displacement standard. Produced between 1968-1985 (though the US stopped getting them in 1983), they weren’t a game changer but I’m sure plenty of you readers used to have one. Here are two version that present a dilemma – to go with stock or with a mild custom?
I’m a big fan of the K75, especially as a platform for custom bikes. My current favorite would have to be the Renard Speed Shop build, which made me instantly regret selling my K75C as soon as I first saw it. Here’s another custom that I’m on the fence about…what do you think?
Dron Mk. I Concept Bike – Buell S1 White LightningView Post
1977 Honda Goldwing CustomView Post
I was pleasantly surprised to see this bike available for sale, as I saw it at last year’s Venice Vintage Motorcycle Club Rally, where it won best Cafe Racer. This bike has received a tremendous amount of press and won several other awards, including best Cafe Racer at the 2014 Born Free Show.
I was on my way to meet some friends to watch the Clippers game on Tuesday when I randomly noticed a store called Heroes Motorcycles on La Brea. I pulled over to check it out and was blown away by the bikes they’ve got in there – this is going to be a very interesting spot once they’re done building …
Post-Sale Update: After being relisted, the Narrow One was sold for $8,500. This Shovelhead bobber is claimed to be an excellent runner (the seller says he’s taken it between LA and Vegas several times) based on a numbers matching ’74 frame, motor, and transmission.