Using a 1983 BMW R65 as their base, Italian-duo known as Delux Motorcycles created this unique two-wheeled ride. The custom bike draws inspiration from Mad Max and after glancing at the motorcycle you can definitely tell. It’s truly a unique ride that any motorcycle lover would love to own. Take a closer look:
This custom motorcycle was built by Death Machines of London. It’s called the UYC and it was resurrected from the corpse of a 2007 Triumph Thruxton 900. It’s a truly unique ride that utilizes materials like copper, brass, and wood. The tribute to Hunter S. Thompson also includes a quote of his engraved on the fuel tank. It reads:
Faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death.
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This motorcycle was a collaboration between Icon 1000 and Triumph. It’s called the Dromedarii and was made from the bone structure of a Triumph Tiger 800xc. The motorcycle has a very rugged look that makes it seem like it has taken a beating but is ready to handle much more.
Learn more here. Take a closer look at the bike below:
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This custom motorcycle from Relic Motorcycles is a blacked-out beast. The motorcycle was originally a police bike from the 80s used in the south of Denmark. Last year, the project went underway, and now we have the final result. The “Black Baron” features a matte black carbon fiber gas tank, a Biltwell Harley seat, TKC 80 Twinduro Tires, and more.
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This handcrafted project by Philipp Wulk and Matthias Pittner (known as Impuls) was a collaboration with artist Fabian Gatermann. The original 1985 motorcycle was completely redone, and given a new appearance along with custom manufactured parts. They can custom make you one upon request.
You might be too young for “Happy Days” or you just might not really remember watching it. However, there’s a pretty good chance that you know of “The Fonz,” who was a super cool dude that starred on the show. Well, one of the totally rad motorcycles used for the show is currently available for purchase on eBay. The listing price is for $100,000, but they’re open to other offers.
These 360-degree videos just keep getting more creative. Pretend like you’re on the back of a high-speed motorcycle in this latest video from GoPro. If you’re using the YouTube app from your phone simply hold it up, and move it around to scope the entire scene.
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