Custom bikes are machines that have been highly stylized by its owner or by a small-scale manufacturer. Unlike mass-produced motorcycles, customs may be totally unique or produced in very limited quantities. The bikes of choice for radical customization are built in the cruiser mold but to an intense level of fabrication and utilization of one-off pieces, including the basic frame and chassis. Recently, the same kind of customization and personalization has also been applied to sportbikes, with a heavy accent on chrome, extended swingarms and pounds of bling. Some large manufacturers use the word custom as part of a mass-produced model name, which actually just confuses the issue.
MV Agusta and coachbuilder Zagato have released more information and high resolution photos of the F4Z.
The video is a behind-the-scenes look at how the builders maintain a vintage feel by using high-quality products
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An Indian Springfield with a springer front end.
Preorder one of Purebreed Cycles’ 40 custom BMW S1000Rs for April 2016 delivery.
The V-Twin motorcycle industry was laid out and displayed in the 200,000 square feet of floor space and several annexed conference rooms
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Allstate has sponsored a custom bike giveaway for the past four years. Each year a new custom bike is built by a legendary custom builder (Arlen
Drawn into the world of drag racing at 15, John Gatti had to learn to make his own performance parts.
To understand the Taylormade Moto2 racer, we’ll start at the center and work our way outward.