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With a population of over 1.3 billion, there are bound to be some interesting custom motorcycles being built in China. Unfortunately, we don’t get to see most of them. This Honda CB125 custom has come to light by accident, via the motorcycle historian Paul d’Orléans. And it’s an absolute cracker. It was built by photographer Valen Zhou of Chengdu and he’s called it ‘Monstub’—a mix of monster and cub—“because it looks weird and has a small engine.”
Revealed: The motorcycle that could have been the 'new' Moto Guzzi V7, built by Officine Rosspuro and featuring the 935cc motor from the Bellagio.
Made in Italy: 10 Modern Marvels of the New Italian Renaissance
The name CR may not have the same familiarity as Ducati or Aprilia, but their recent work is helping to shape the future of the Italian motorcycle. The CR DUU Motorcycle Concept is a sleek street bike with a design that is at once muscular and robotic, aggressive and refined.