Custom BMW R NineT From Amsterdam Is A Match Made In Heaven For Your Favorite JDM Cars
The Bike Shed motorcycle show is a sacred place for custom bikemakers to flaunt their skills via epic builds. So, for this year’s show, Amsterdam-based Ironwood Motorcycles wanted to create something stunning, and boy, did they live up to it!
Once a BMW R NineT, this custom motorcycle looks from a different world altogether and backs this up with some exceptional customizations, which we’ll be diving into.
This Custom Ducati Scrambler Pays Homage To The Prestigious Isle Of Man TT
With Isle Of Man TT once again in full swing after a Covid-struck hiatus, Austria-based Reier Motors wanted to do something special on the occasion. So the bikemaker took matters into its own hands and prepared an epic custom Ducati Scrambler that pays homage to Ducati’s four-time Isle Of Man-winning race bike, the TT2. Now that you know the intention, let’s check out the motorcycle.
Honda Navi Converted To A Sci-Fi-inspired Custom miniMoto By Steady Garage [ Full Video Inside ]
The Honda Navi is the latest addition to the company’s miniMoto lineup and just like its siblings, it’s attracted attention from custom bikemakers, especially from custom miniMoto specialist, Steady Garage. The result? A mind-blowing custom Honda Navi laden with several upgrades, both aesthetic and functional. Let’s dive in.
Meet The Daffy Duc - A Looney Tunes-inspired Ducati Scrambler That’ll Re-ignite Your Cartoon Craze
With OTT platforms taking over conventional TVs, the OG cartoons like Looney Tunes have disappeared from the horizon altogether, leaving millennials and Gen-X with no option but to reminisce the good ol’ days. However, if you’re a motorcycle fanatic in love with Looney Tunes, let us offer an epic solution. Meet the Daffy Duc, a custom Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled by Portland-based MotoCorsa which dons a smashing Looney Tunes-inspired livery among other noteworthy changes. Oh, and it’s up for grabs too.
10 Must-Know Facts About the Dodge Tomahawk
Concept vehicles don’t come much crazier than the Dodge Tomahawk, a four-wheeled ’motorcycle’ powered by an 8.3-liter V-10 engine from a Dodge Viper. The Dodge Tomahawk’s top speed was rated at 420 mph, but no one ever was foolish enough to try it out. Had someone tried it, it could’ve been the fastest motorcycle in the world. Only one was built by Dodge, but nine others were built by Neiman Marcus and sold for $550,000 each!
Up The Oomph Of Your Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 With These Bolt-on Kits
As stunning as the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 may be in its stock avatar, it can start to feel a little monotonous after a while. This is exactly where the need for bolt-on kits arises, and if you’re in the market for one, we have some good news. Germany-based Crooked Motorcycles has introduced two stunning bolt-on kits for the RE Interceptor 650 which lets you transform the bike either into a scrambler or a cafe-racer. Intrigued? Then, let’s dive into it.
The BMW R 18 Magnifica Is a Hand-Built Masterpiece Unlike Any Other
The BMW R 18 is just two-years-old, yet we’ve already seen all kinds of custom projects based on it, many of them sanctioned by the company itself. Adding to this list, the German giant has now taken the wraps off the R 18 Magnifica, which flaunts brass, aluminum, and wood elements to establish itself as the most stunning custom R 18 you’ve ever seen.
This Sinister Custom Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Promises A Rush Of Adrenaline With Its 2100cc Heart
The Fat Boy has been part of the Harley-Davidson family for over thirty years now and it’s been a chrome-laden cruiser for most of its life. However, proving that the Fat Boy can rock the sinister charm too, custom bikemaker Box 39 has converted it into an all-black monstrosity that looks ready for starring in the next Batman movie.
You’ve Seen The Honda Monkey, Now It’s Time To Check Out The Honda Donkey!
The Honda Monkey first came to life in the late 60s and instantly made a name on the market, thanks to its undeniably fun riding experience. Cut to 2022, and this still remains the case with the latest 125cc iteration of the Monkey. But how do you make the Monkey even more funky and enjoyable? Well, this was exactly the challenge Deus Ex Machina faced when Honda Korea hit ‘em up for a custom Monkey build. Luckily, the Australian bikemaker came up with a plan and prepared a riot of a custom bike they call the Honda “Donkey”!
Custom Harley-Davidson Street Bob Looks Enticing In Its New Bobber Avatar
Anniversaries are special occasions and it’s only sensible to celebrate them with utmost enthusiasm, especially when you enter double digits. Doing exactly that, custom bike shop One Way Machine has done what it does best, preparing a smoking hot bike, based on a 2020 Harley-Davidson Street Bob.
This NOS-Equipped Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Wouldn’t Look Out Of Place In Fast & Furious
The adjectives associated with Royal Enfields usually comprise classic, handsome, affordable, and simple but almost never “fast”. Until now. That is exactly what Parisian custom shop Bad Winners wanted to change by building a stupid-fast drag racer based on the Royal Enfield’s flagship product, the Continental GT 650. The result? Well, a manic non-road-legal Conti GT 650 racer, with loads of performance mods, help the bike go faster than it looks!
Cutesy 2022 Honda Dax Converted Into A Raving Custom Bike By K-Speed Customs
Back in March, Honda resurrected the iconic Dax for 2022, taking the mini-bike market by storm and it’s already gathered the interest of custom bikemakers. One such custom shop is Thailand-based K-Speed, who’s wasted no time converting the cutesy ‘22 Honda Dax into a monstrous, rad-looking custom “Daxster” that’s quite possibly the first of its kind.
This 13-Mile ’09 Ronin 47 Is As Exquisite As Auction Bikes Come
In today’s edition of epic auction bikes, we’re bringing you a chance to take home quite possibly one of the most unique motorcycles, the Ronin 47. Currently listed on Bring A Trailer, the motorcycle is in crisp condition and has ONLY 13-miles on the odometer, which is the icing on this brag-worthy, head-turning cake.
These Two Custom Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Riders Show Just How “Fun” Hogs Can Be
Fun is a relative term. For some, it means strolling in the park, while for others it might be, wanting to rumble through the streets on their motorcycles. Even the latter can be broken down into many categories, but mainly people who like on-road fun and off-road fun.
Ensuring both types have equal amounts of fun, MB Cycles a custom bikemaker based out of Germany has prepped up not one but two Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Riders, converting one into a street tracker and the other into a street racer.