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Category Archives: Bikes

Kawasaki Z1 RCM-242 by AC Sanctuary

28 Jan 2013 1:07 pm | Bikes, Kawasaki

The principle of “less is more” has long been pursued by artisans and all sorts of fabricants, in virtually any field. Even brands in the motorcycle industry have come close to such arts, just like AC Sanctuary, based in Japan. They have recently unveiled a stunning Kawasaki Z1 as proof to it. The guys at AC Sanctuary must be masters in removing parts from stuff, especially motorbikes. The idea behind this is to leave absolutely no unnecessary parts onto the…

Ducati 1098R by Mr. Martini’s Flash Back America

25 Jan 2013 12:40 am | Bikes, Ducati

The bike you’re probably checking out now is Mr. Martini’s Flash Back America custom made street bike, based on a Ducati streetfighter. The model is quite unconventional, to be honest, and brings forth new principles in the field of motorbike upgrades. Based in Italy, in Verona, the brand has relentlessly slashed and hewn the body of the Ducati 1098R in order to turn it into such a masterpiece. They were probably aware of the fact that the Flash Back America…

Ducati Diavel DVC by Moto Corse Japan

18 Jan 2013 9:26 pm | Bikes, Ducati

We can summarize the Ducati brand pretty easily – motorbiking perfection since 1926. And those who fancy the brand and the extraordinary Ducati Diavel are going to be particularly pleased by what we have found recently – Moto Corse Japan have managed to put together a magnificent customization package for the Diavel at a ridiculously high price. The model, priced at $70,000 (or around €52,500 if you’re European), is somewhat double the price of the brand new standard Carbon Diavel.…

Louis 75th Anniversary Ducati Sport 1000 by Marcus Waltz

13 Jan 2013 8:07 pm | Bikes, Ducati

Two German icons, bike builder Marcus Waltz and motorcycle parts and accessories retailer Louis have teamed up for an amazing motorcycle, dubbed as the Louis 75th Anniversary Ducati Sport 1000. It’s a Ducati Sport 1000, of course, turned into a “cafe fighter” that looks extremely aggressive, yet still really clean and simple. The rear sub frame, seat and tank of this bike have been reworked, made in hand beaten aluminum, reducing the bike’s weight a bit and also adding to…

Supercharged Benelli TNT Tornado 1130 by Evotech

23 Dec 2012 11:53 pm | Benelli, Bikes

Benelli is one of the oldest motorcycle manufacturers in Italy and the entire world, with a history dating back to 1911, and a couple of marvelous bikes produced throughout time. The TNT 1130 is one of the most recent ones, a superbike that was recently turned into a 193 HP supercharged monster by the guys from Evotech. Extremely light and functional, the Tornado chassis the bike has received is a true work of art, bringing together aluminum and chrome-molybdenum parts.…

Harley Sportster “Bomb Runner” by Rough Crafts

23 Dec 2012 11:27 pm | Bikes, Harley Davidson

The Bomb Runner is a staggering 2-wheeler which was recently put together by an acclaimed Taiwan-based manufacturer of custom motorcycles, Winston Yeh, from Rough Crafts.  This comes as a secondary bike in the “Guerilla” series, boasting the signature of Rough Crafts, all sorts of parts and a blacked-out look, but a somewhat different design. The bike which stands at the base of the Bomb Runner is a 2011-model Sportster Forty-Eight 1200, but with a distinctive silhouette, tail section and higher…

1994 Ducati 750SS Italian Sniper by Maria Motorcycles

23 Dec 2012 1:13 pm | Bikes, Ducati

Following a series of exceptional tuning projects, Maria Motorcycles, one of Portugal’s most famous custom bike shops, based in Lisbon, has recently unveiled a 1994 Ducati 750SS Italian Sniper. The plans behind this gorgeous project were to put together a bike which exudes aggressiveness, in the classic street racer style, based on a modern designed 2-wheeler. In addition, the power of the bike was also enhanced, thanks to the newly fitted 900SS engine, which generates 80 HP. The Portuguese tuner…

Yamaha R1 by Sesto Custom Cycles

17 Dec 2012 9:55 am | Bikes, Yamaha

What we’ve got here is an absolutely staggering Yamaha YZF-R1 modified by the renowned bike tuning specialist Sesto Custom Cycles. It seems quite a felicitous project, to be honest! The workshop, located in Stanton, California, is under Tony Sesto’s command, whose name is also sharing. He fellow has reportedly ridden the bike to virtually every Motorcycle Show in Long Beach in order to prove his bike’s functionality above its gorgeous looks. In fact, it’s quite obvious that this bike is…

Kawasaki Z1 by Bull Dock and Nitron

17 Dec 2012 8:08 am | Bikes, Kawasaki

During the 1970s, one of the most famous exotic motorcycles models you could see was the renowned Kawasaki Z1. And the 2-wheeler hasn’t even rusted until now, not even physically. Therefore, a Japanese workshop called Bull Dock thought of adding some lustre back to the bike, helped by a suspension manufacturer coming from the United Kingdom, called Nitron. The model was recently mentioned and described by famous magazine, Limiter. The two brands have reportedly fitted the Z1 with full Nitron…

Harley Knucklehead by Rough Crafts & Zero Engineering

18 Nov 2012 1:57 pm | Bikes, Harley Davidson

The Taiwan-based guys at Rough Crafts have recently come up with a stunning project based on an S&S Harley Knucklehead engine, which has been fitted a tuning kit from Zero Engineering, the creators of the famous Samurai Chopper. This bike eludes some rather gothic appearance, with what seem to be Victorian accents. Winston Yeh of the Taiwan-based brand is an enthusiastic lover of Zero, as he describes: “The Zero Style created by Mr. Shinya Kimura has always been amazing to…