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.
1966 Triumph Custom ChopperView Post
Battleship Grey Bobber – 1986 Harley SportsterView Post
1966 Ducati 250 Scrambler CustomView Post
Cimeron – Honda CB750 CustomView Post
2013 Hoss Fly V8 BarstoolView Post
Untitled Motorcycles has made some waves with their custom builds in the past. Here’s UMC-003, based on a BMW R80, available in London.
Post-Listing Update: Grande Grunge did not meet reserve with bidding up to $2,550. I’ve featured a Powder Monkees build before – that was the “Wabi-Sabi“, and I have to say I liked that bike more than this, the Grande Grunge.