We’ve been seeing a wealth of Honda NX650 Dominator customs in recent years. It makes sense: Honda’s big dual-sport is cheap, fun, and lends itself to customization. The lesser-known SLR650 was basically a more road-oriented […]
Tag: Dual Sports
Make Sportsters Great Again. That’s the slogan we’ve been seeing from the likes of Sportster-builders like Rusty Butcher and TrackerDie. You might say Sportsters were always great — well, sure, but who wants to put […]
This XR200 scrambler, built by 3B Customs of Surigao City, Philippines, was built for professional surfer Luke Landrigan, a huge moto enthusiast. The “3B” in 3B Customs stands for Bikes Builds Bonds — now that’s a name that says it all. Though 3B Customs is located far from the capital city of Manila, where many of the known bike builders call home, they are quickly building a name for themselves with incredible customs like this one.
Builders in The Netherlands keep cranking out killer custom builds, and Moto Adonis is one of our favorites. Now they are back with a KTM scrambler running an ’80s frame and ’03 LC4 engine. The […]
Droog Moto is a husband/wife team out of Phoenix who build some of the baddest, post-apocalyptic desert sleds ever to chase rattlesnakes and jump curbs. It was only a matter of time before the duo took on a KLR650 build. This one they are calling their KLR650 Trackster, and she’s a desert-burning doozy.
1988 Honda NX650 sporting Land Rover headlights, cellphone-programmable electronics, a Reinschüssel–giant fuel tank–and even a power jack, so Tobi’s friends “can charge their iPhones to keep up with their Pinterest bulls–t.”
Today we’re proud to present “Growler,” a BMW-influenced 1988 Honda NX650 Dominator built by the crew at Neuga Budapest. Based in Budapest, Neuga is the shop of three Hungarian BMXers: Benedek Eszteri: Mostly handles electronics […]
Magnum Opus Custom Bikes, run by Ezio Covelli, is the Featured Builder for the inaugural 2016 Cape Fear Kick Down, happening Saturday, 11-4PM, at Satellite Bar & Lounge in our hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina. […]
The Suzuki DR600 was introduced in 1984, a 44-horsepower dual-purpose thumper that the sales brochure called a “Bi-Formance Enduro.” The DR had decent dirt etiquette despite the high saddle height and tall gearing, and the […]
This might be the wickedest scrambler we’ve ever seen. Nicknamed “Eight,” she’s a 2-stroke, 210-pound RD350 scrambler built by Arjun Raina of India’s Moto Exotica. As you may know, the now-legendary Yamaha RD350 was produced […]