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Custom Motorcycles

From mild to wild, some of the custom machines we’ve discovered have a look perhaps only their creators might love. You be the judge. From a rusty 1996 Honda Magna that was made to be ugly, to a 1950s pre unit Triumph built to reflect a period West Coast custom — some might be sow’s ears while others silk purses. Also checkout our Cafe Racers and Classics features.

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Twisted : A 1996 Honda Magna Only An Owner Can Love

Most would take something ugly and make it beautiful. Not Dustin Gavel. His 1996 Honda Magna was an unloved monstrosity, wishing to make it more grotesque.
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A New Bike Rebuild: A Custom 2007 Triumph Bonneville T100 Feature

So who takes a brand new 2007 Triumph Bonneville T100 and customizes it? This guy.
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Abused, beaten and broken: TJ Cycle’s Honda XR500 Motorcycle

That’s how many motorcycles arrive at Mark Blundell’s Calgary-based boneyard. Sometimes, all they need is a little love and nurturing and they have a...
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The Unicorn is Down: MadJap Kustoms Mythical Chopper

Down But Not Out as MadJap and Jesus Imposter Resurrect a Mythical Chopper There’s a unicorn, a rainbow and Jesus. To freak out the children,...

Punk’d! A Badass 1977 Honda CB750F2 Brat Bike

The do-it-yourself ethos of punk music inspired a man born long after the music itself had died. A 1977 Honda CB750F2 Brat Bike motorcycle story. As...

Stripped, Slammed and Sinuous: Two 1960s Triumph Pre-Unit Motorcycles

Stripped, Slammed and Sinuous - A pair of gorgeous Triumph pre-unit builds from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Revolutionary: A Pair of Custom Harley-Davidson V-ROD Bikes With Style

For Harley-Davidson that single word sums up the VRSCA V-Rod, a machine first introduced to the public nearly 10 years ago.

TJ Cycle’s Sportster Custom: Old Parts for a New Motorcycle

Oh, Behave! Builder uses parts at hand to construct Miss Behavin' - a sportster custom bike. Creating something from nothing is what Mark Blundell does best....