There’s plenty to enjoy in the motorcycle industry, but custom projects will always receive the most attention. Bill Webb knows that to be true, which is why his latest creation is the Stoc RR custom motorcycle. The projectct started off a 2009 Honda CBR1000rr Repsol Edition, which was turned into a “café fighter,” a stripped-back sportbike with a retro-futuristic vibe easy to work with and easy to keep working.
The bike is capable of breaking the ten-second mark in the quarter mile, it’s easy to ride by sportbike standards, and includes modern essentials like anti-lock braking. The custom Honda features a single seat tail assembly and a minimal front fairing, mounts for critical sensors and gauges, as well as a reduced weight. The seat is from a Ducati Panigale and slots into a red ABS polymer tail unit, which in turn fits onto an aluminum subframe.
Looking like a production Honda, this custom project looks beyond awesomne, and word has it a new one is already on the way, with subtle design improvements and even more weight reduction.