This gorgeous hunk of metal, leather and grease started its journey as a 1970 Triumph Bonneville. But the guys at Falcon Motorcycles turned this one-of-a-kind beater into a true work of art.
Chen Jenmiao, a 25 year-old Chinese mechanic, decided that if he couldn’t own a genuine Lambo he’d build one. $3K worth of parts and materials got a finished product with top speed of 60-90 mph.
Portland’s Grove Design Collective is offering an artist series of laser engraved iPhone cases in 3 shades of sustainable bamboo. You can also create your own design by uploading your original art.
Belarus-based Yuri Shif built the mysteriously named Gustav Skippone around a 107ci S&S V-twin and transmits its 95 hp through a Baker 6-speed gearbox and Continental rubber.
We have few details about this concept bike, called the Black Widow and created by Solifague Design, but no matter – we admire the dramatic color combo and excellent steampunk style anyway.
The one-off Zagato Alfa Romeo TZ3 Corsa has a tubular frame and lightweight aluminum body. The 420 hp 4.2-liter V8 engine can go zero to 60 in under 3.5 seconds with top speed of 187 mph.
Roland Sands transformed a 2003 Harley-Davidson Softail into Black Beauty, a 95 cubic inch road race chopper, with sticky Dunlop tires, road-racing forks, and lots of other gorgeous details.
With their P800 kit, lightweight exhaust and new seats, Switzer Performance amped power up 300 hp and cut weight 200 lb on this Nissan GT-R, for a total of 800 hp and 700 pound-feet of torque.
The guys over at Walz Hardcore Cycles don’t believe in rules. Their badass custom motorcycles look spectacular, and each bike is handcrafted with incredible attention to detail.
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