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.
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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.
Built by Nash Motorcycle Company, “Slugger” is built around a ’84 Harley Shovel, though it’s titled as a 2007 Special Construction. It’s got a kick start, jockey shift, and only a rear brake. I’ve been starting at the details for 15 minutes and I still can’t decide if I like it or not – what do you think?
Built by Macco Motors, this custom Honda Nighthawk 750 was turned into “Spitfire 09”.
The culmination of a 10 year build, this Kawasaki KZ900 has been modified with Suzuki GSX-R forks, a ZRX1100 swingarm, modern brakes, and more. Probably best to consider this the equivalent of a restomodded 60s muscle car. If you want more details, the seller’s build thread can be found here. Find this KZ900 custom for sale in Reno, Nevada for …
The brainchild of David Gonzalex, Ad Hoc Cafe Racers have built a series of cool customs. This is the 8th one, based on a Yamaha XJ650.
Storz Performance sells kits to turn 2004+ Sportsters into a cafe racer-styled motorcycle. Here’s an example that’s claimed to be a show quality – it has 900 stress-free miles since the build was completed.
Bask in the magnificence of this custom bike built by Terry Thomason. It’s 9 feet long, has 3 inches of clearance, and it can be yours for $1,500.
Normally I don’t go for these types of customs, but I’m enjoying the matching pinstriping of the fenders and tank. Plus the bike’s been restored so you should be set mechanically. Highlights of the modifications include a custom Steiger seat, custom coilovers in the rear and Showa 40mm forks up front, Euro bars, and a rebuilt engine from a R100 …
Based out of Guildford, England, 2WheelsMiklos has created some crazy customs based on 30-ish year old BMWs. Click here to check out all 4 that are currently available, though I’m only going to highlight 2 in this post.