Honda Goldwing Kenzo
Designed and built in England by Death Machines of London, this incredible looking beast is a custom 1977 Honda Gold Wing GL1000 inspired by a Samurai generalís armor and named after Kenzo Tada, who was the first Asian to compete in the legendary Isle of Man TT in 1930. The impressive build was constructed using a myriad of modern and old-school construction techniques including CNC machining, 3D-printing, and using an English wheel and sowing machine. The unique ride is filled with tiny details that set it apart from all other bikes, from the instrumentation and the hand-crafted speedometer, to the entirely unique body and modern LED lighting. Death Machines of London have announced it will be available for $75,000 at some point in the near future.