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Discussion in 'Photos' started by JagLite, Jul 16, 2019.
And they are stock Bmw wheels...
This thread is like the Efukt of custom bikes
Glad I looked at it!
Snowflakes, and as chasbmw already said, they are stock wheels.
That poor GS
I suppose you never have to worry about someone nicking it...
Seen today, 25 Aug 2019 in southern Germany. One mans hommage to Mad Max.
Another "disc wheel cover" bike.
I like the RE Himalayan, this bike is hideous.
For more hideousness and a weird video, look HERE
Another cafe' with knobbie tires?
When will this idiocy end?
Does anyone like the drooping rear end style?
I can see getting away from the stupid high seat sport bike rake that puts you on the tank, but to go to the opposite?
Good old Droog continues to build these things and here is their latest:
So, if you want a bike that looks like a Russian two wheel tractor, just send Droog a bunch of cash... and your bike
Here's a winner...
Even has added rust to make it look, uh, old?
Not surprisingly, it is for sale!
From the builder:
Tell us about your bike
Triumph Bonneville Scrambler.
Registered 9th January 2010. This 900cc Bonneville Scrambler was given a ‘one off’ custom treatment by the multi award winning Sickboyz Customs in Surrey.
The bike features Uniquely built front ‘girder’ type forks with extended rear swing arm accompanied by Ohlins rear shocks.
In addition it has an amazing distressed custom paint job that has to be seen to be really appreciated.
Other upgrades include the Seat, Power commander, Exhaust, Front and Rear Break Callipers and Mini Speedo ( the original is also included ).
A Truly Unique And Very Striking Triumph Scrambler. It has only covered approximately 3,700 miles since new and remains in absolutely great condition, as it has been kept in the garage when not being used. This is a one owner bike supplied with the Factory Hand Books and UK V5C Log Book. The bike also comes with a matching helmet that was customised at the time of build. Please note that no guarantees will come with the helmet.
£8,950 ono. (11535.93 USD) For more information - Please call Kevin on 07951 165919 between the hours of 8am and 7pm. No Time Wasters Please - The bike is sold as seen and is in the fantastic condition stated. Collection will be from Morden - SM4 and will need to be sorted out by the buyer. Payment will need to be made on collection.
Another Knobby Cafe' Scrambler
It is for sale for only $9,300
For a 1980 R80
Nice paint on the tank
First registered in August 2012 but hardly used hence my decision to sell.
Less than 1500 miles!
Yours for only $45112.58 USD
Less than 1500 miles!
I actually kind of like it. It has a very retro-80s vibe to it. For some reason it reminds me of a Tandy Color Computer.
From the video...
Is it just me or is that circlip on backwards?
That's why I posted it.
Yeah, I hate the droopy butt look too. I also hate the no fender look. I probably could work with the himalayan by changing to a normal headlight. And fenders. And seat. And muffler...
Well, this one...
What's the thing with the monkey face? Is it a headlight? A cowling? Or?
And it has the current custom bike required solid disc wheel cover.
Hub cap? That's what they look like to me.
And how original! A RedBull catch can...
Bolt on swingarm extenders and solid struts instead of actual suspension 'cause who needs that?
I wish we could see a picture of someone actually riding with their feet behind them on the rear sets.
I'm sure that works real well... and looks kool too, in the builders mind anyway.
Can't miss the Trombone exhaust pipe... or is it a Tuba? A Trumpet?
I think I will call it a Tuba Tube system.
Can you see the competition that could start where every custom bike builder has to outdo the others with more loops and bends?
Ah, yes, custom bikes. Some will love it, some will like it, some will look at it and think: "why...?"
You know which group I am in with this bike.