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Honda FX650 Scrambler

Honda FX650 Scrambler by Bandisca

Small Budget, Big Heart — 1000-Euro, Elsinore-Inspired Scrambler In stock trim, the Honda FX650 Vigor — a re-released version of the SLR650 — is no looker. MCN called the bike:  “A fairly joyless machine that […]

Yamaha XJR1200 Street Tracker

Yamaha XJR1200 Tracker by Espiat

Daniel Schuh — “artist, designer, dreamer, doer” — left the hustle and bustle of Hamburg for a quieter existence in his hometown of Mecklenburg, Germany. There he started Espiat, where he does product/web/corporate design and […]

Honda CR500 Supermoto

Honda CR500 Supermoto by Dab Design

At just 26 years old, Simon Dabadie of Dab Design has already made quite a splash in the custom motorcycle world. With a background in the emerging industries of 3D Printing and 3D software publishing, […]

Honda CX500 Brat Tracker

Honda CX500 Rose Edition by X-AXIS

Today, we’re proud to showcase the Honda CX500 Rose Edition, the third CX500 custom in the X-AXIS fleet. After years of competitive racing, two-time British motocross (MX1) champion Billy MacKenzie created the X-AXIS workshop to […]

Honda CB350 Brat

Honda CB350 Restomod by Offset Motorcycles

Craquelure, (/ˈkrakˌlo͝or/):  a network of fine cracks in the paint or varnish of a painting. That’s the name of this 1970 Honda CB350 “resto brat,” built by Jason Lisica of San Francisco’s Offset Motorcycles. Jason […]

Honda XR600R Scrambler

Honda XR600R Scrambler by Droog Moto

The husband and wife team of Droog Moto has been steadily turning out a stable’s worth of signature builds. While the donor platforms vary, the Droog Moto style has become unmistakable — raw, burly builds […]

Honda CB350 Brat Cafe

Honda CB350 Brat by Purpose Built Moto

Tom Gilroy, the founder of Australia’s Purpose Built Moto, has been making a name for himself in the custom moto scene. Besides turning out a herd of custom bikes, which can be seen ripping around […]

Honda CM250 Scrambler

Honda CM250 Scrambler by Max Inhulsen

The Honda CM250 was a 234cc air-cooled parallel twin produced from 1981-1983. The bike — a predecessor to the Rebel 250 — had decidedly “cruiser-ish” styling, though European-spec models offered a healthy 27 horsepower for […]