With six in-line cylinders the Honda CBX 1100 was never anything but a big bike, but somehow Federico Lozada and German Karp from Herencia Custom Garage have managed to give this build, for Mariano Arcioni, a minimal silhouette and an almost lightweight look.
Purebreed Fine Motorcycles is a relatively new French Canadian custom motorcycle garage run by Guillaume Brochu, Guillaume is one of those non-traditional intellectuals who find fascination with seemly unrelated things but then somehow manages to...
It roCkS!bikes is the slightly unusually named Portuguese motorcycle garage that brought us the remarkably handsome CB750 custom earlier this year, that bike is still one of the most popular so far in 2013 and one look at it is all you need to...
Is brown the new black? This highly-caffeinated café racer built for a coffee company sure looks good. It’s a creative mix of CB250, CB360 and CB400 parts, and it took Christian Schwarzenlander of ExesoR Motorcycles over two years to construct.
Shaun Part, gaffer at Down & Out Cafe Racers, wanted a little bike for nipping around town, and having recently built a ’60′s Bonneville bobber he decided he quite fancied a mid-sized twin. Enter the modest Honda CB450. Pretty, punchy and with a sweet sounding engine.
A quick stroke of the drafting pencil. That's all it took. Some poor, overworked Japanese designer probably thought he'd had a pretty good day at work. And he had - but for that one fateful decision. It was, after all, the 80s.
Not all new wave customs are fair weather bikes. This long, low Honda CB350 K4 comes from inside the Arctic Circle—or, to be more precise, from the small city of Rovaniemi in Lapland, northern Finland.