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    Honda Gold Wing custom

    If you’ve been following us for a while, you’ll know we have a thing for “naked Gold Wings”. It’s the ultimate transformation, turning heavyweight cruisers…

    Honda Gold Wing Bobber

    You might think that the average Honda Gold Wing is a ponderous tourer designed for cruising from one end of the USA to the other,…

    Honda GL1000 Gold Wing

    The custom motorcycle scene is driven by fashion as much as any other. Over the past couple of decades we’ve seen the rise of the…

    Honda GL1100 Gold Wing custom

    I’m fascinated by custom Gold Wings: it’s strangely appealing to see these heavyweight tourers stripped of all excess, and they invariably have good bones. This…

    1939 Indian 741

    I first saw this lovely Indian several months ago, but was unable to track down any images. Then yesterday the owner of ‘Saltcracker’ contacted me…

    Honda EVO6

    Honda’s EVO6 concept was the star of the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. Then we all forgot about it. Now the Spanish website SoloMoto is claiming…

    1978 Honda CX500

    Five years ago, I’d never have picked the Honda CX500 as a target for custom bike builders. But it’s now rapidly finding favor, being a…

    Top 5 Honda CX500s

    Let’s be honest—Honda’s CX500 is not going to win any beauty contests. With a short wheelbase, high front end, awkward looking subframe and unflattering plastics,…

    Honda FTR

    Many of the coolest Japanese bikes never leave the shores of their home country, and one of those bikes is the lithe, tracker-ish Honda FTR.…

    Honda Monkey

    I get the occasional monkey or gorilla bike sent in for consideration. And to be honest, I’m never quite sure what to do with these…

    ELF Honda

    Between 1981 and 1983, Honda’s outlandish ELF prototypes competed in the World Endurance Championships, generating a slew of patents for Honda—including one for a single-sided…

    Honda Zoomer

    Few scooters have an instantly recognisable style of their own, but the Honda Zoomer (Ruckus in North America) is one. It’s the Mad Max of…

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