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Yamaha Xjr 1300 | By Wrenchmonkees

New breathtaking custom by one of our favorite motorbike custom shops Wrenchmonkees, based in Copenhagen. The Monkee #55 is a stunning conversion of a Yamaha XJR 1300, the guys pushed all boundaries and created something unique and out of the ordinary, an inspirational bike for XJR fans. We love the color scheme on this.

Check out some other stunning Wrenchmonkees conversions we have featured:
- HD sportster XLCH
- Honda CX 500
- Harley Davidson Sportster
- BMW R100RT




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CUSTOM KITS | BY MOTO GUZZI | Image

CUSTOM KITS | BY MOTO GUZZI

Italian motorcycle manufacturer Moto Guzzi are following the custom motorbike craze and have made available for purchase several custom kits to help you personalize your ride as a cafe racer, scrambler, or any style that sparks your imagination. The kits are aimed at the brand´s V7 Motorbike, but as you might be aware, customizing a motorbike is all about being original and mixing different parts while leaving full creativity to the craftsman. via...
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Blacktrack BT-03 Harley-Davidson | Image

Blacktrack BT-03 Harley-Davidson

The gorgeous BT-03 Harley-Davidson is a new production just finished by Blacktrack Motors at their home workshop in Luxembourg, and its up for grabs. Right at the centre of Europe this American model is exquisite and sure is worth a serious glance should you be into bike customisation. This one in particular is based on a Harley-Davidson Fatbob 114 that undertook a serious dieting process that shook off about 100 pounds, simply put, it’ll move quicker, stop faster...
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DUCATI SUPER SPORT 600 | BY MARCO ARTIZZU | Image

DUCATI SUPER SPORT 600 | BY MARCO ARTIZZU

Custom Motorbike expert Marco Artizzu barely touched this 1995 Ducati Supersport 600. He took off the fairing, changed the wheels from alloys to spokes, added some knobby tires, a leather seat and painted the tank British Competition Green... but, the end result was a completely new ride, we love it. Watch the video...
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