The Ducati SportClassic was a bike ahead of its time—a machine that married retro café-style looks with thoroughly modern performance. It’s now in hot demand on the secondhand market, and a favorite with custom builders looking for a rock-solid platform with ‘good bones.’ This SportClassic is the work of Texas-based Revival Cycles, and it’s more heavily modified than most.
Ducati SportClassic by Revival | Bike EXIF
Suzuki enters the custom game—with a little help from legendary Katana designer Hans A. Muth. This heavily modified Bandit 1250 is nicknamed 'FatMile' and it's going to be unveiled at the Glemseck 101 cafe racer festival in Germany. Would you put it in your garage?
KDI Cycles has carved out a reputation as a builder of finely crafted vintage customs—like this 1975 Honda CB550F. The hot-rodded motor is matched to the front end from a Honda CBR900RR, with Suzuki GSX-R750 components bringing up the rear. The machine is one of the stars of the 2014 Bike EXIF wall calendar, available from https://www.octanepress.com/book/bike-exif-custom-motorcycle-calendar-2014
KDI Cycles has carved out a reputation as a builder of finely crafted vintage customs—like this 1975 Honda CB550F
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