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Yamaha Xs650 Scrambler | By Left Hand Cycles

Left Hand Cycles is a custom bike workshop recently founded by Richard and Lex, two motorbike enthusiasts inspired by caferacing and motorcycles from the seventies. Their latest build is this Yamaha XS650 Scrambler named "The Transformer", we love the rough-round-the-edges finish appeal on this. It includes the "Acid King" transformer kit, allowing you to choose between two faces, one as industrial caferacer look(which includes rusty tank, seen on last picture) or as a gentlemens Scrambler. How cool is that?



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Taylor Stitch
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UNTITLED MOTORCYCLES

Untitled Motorcycles are three guys making custom motorcycles out of a workshop in Camden, London. Untitled build motorcycles for everyday use with great individual styling and quality mechanics. They bring back to life old unloved motorcycles and in a way recycle them into classics. Featured here are the UM-2 Scrambler(silver) and the UM-3 Street(black) motorcycles....
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How cool does this look! Bruno is a Swiss based brand but operates very much in Japan. Their bikes are very stylish and combine great parts with good frames. The bike features cork tape handlebars and tan tyres, it has 8 speed´s and indexed shifters....
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South Garage BMW R75/5

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Italy´s South Garage. The spectacular build is based on a BMW R75/5 from 1979, and it was given the name "Nerboruta”, an Italian term used to describe something brawny, muscular and sinewy, which perfectly reflects the bike’s presence. After stripping the beauty to its barest essentials, the Milan-based crew went to work on handcrafting the parts and pieces to give Nerboruta a stance that earns its name. Wood grain accent...
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