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The extraordinary legacy of Soichiro Honda. See them all at http://www.bikeexif.com/tag/honda

Bike EXIF has rounded up the best Honda NX650 Dominator customs from the past few years, and here's one of the Top 5. It's from Anvil Motociclette, and like most bikes from the Milan-based company, it's a raw and monochromatic machine meant to be ridden in anger. See the rest of the Top 5 at www.bikeexif.com/...

  • Shane Jones

    The one I'm building now will be one to include in the best of the next few years. Look for pics this fall.

Poland is not the first place you'd expect to find a top custom motorcycle builder. But the work of Eastern Spirit Garage is first class, as this immaculate Honda CB550 cafe racer shows.

The Honda NX650 Dominator gets an extreme makeover from Simon Garcia, a talented French builder living in Australia.

If there’s one bike that put the Wrenchmonkees on the custom motorcycle map, it’s ‘Gorilla Punch.’ Four years ago, this CB750 made the world sit up and notice, and not just because it’s the first time whitewalls have looked good on a post-War bike. It's one of the winners of our Top 5 CB750s feature, and you can see the rest at www.bikeexif.com/...

Another winner from our Top 5 Honda CX500 customs piece, this time built by industrial designer Dave Mucci. See the rest at www.bikeexif.com/...

We've chosen our Top 5 Honda CX500 customs, and here's one of them—from Herencia Argentina. Click here to see the others: www.bikeexif.com/...

James Jordan of Kingdom of Kicks was inspired to build his super-clean CJ360T after getting pulled over by the police for riding a 'rat bike.' More pics and the full story on Bike EXIF at www.bikeexif.com/...

Here's an amazing Honda CB1100F resto-mod from @Dime City Cycles and Dairyland Insurance. There's a great story about the build on Motorcycle Classics: Pour yourself a coffee and enjoy.

It's all about the stance. Meet 'Pony Boy,' a striking Honda CB450 from Hangar Cycleworks. Image by Erick Runyon. Follow the Bike EXIF Facebook page for more daily motorcycle goodness: www.facebook.com/...

Actress Katee Sackhoff loved her first Classified Moto bike so much, she's just commissioned this new one—a big-bore Honda XR650L.

The terms ‘hand crafted’ and ‘bespoke’ get thrown around a lot these days—but in the case of this wonderfully understated 1969 Honda CB350, they’re particularly apt. Virtually every part you see here has been hand made by Sean Pelletier of Roc City Cafe Racers.

The custom builder Classified Moto has completely reworked this 1991 Honda Nighthawk into a stunning cafe racer.

The best custom Honda NX650 we've seen yet. This brutal-looking scrambler comes from Barcelona's Kiddo Motors. ¡Fantástico!

Bike EXIF, the world's leading custom motorcycle website, has just announced its Top 10 customs of 2013. Here's the winner, a heavily customized 1980 Honda CB750F Super Sport built by Classified Moto. Click through to see the other jaw-dropping machines that made the Top 10.

Mike Salek's subtle Honda CB750 custom. It's one of the stars of the 2014 Bike EXIF calendar, the world's best-selling custom motorcycle calendar. Get your copy from www.octanepress.c...

Cafe Racer Dreams's beautiful Honda XR600 custom. It's one of the stars of the 2014 Bike EXIF calendar, the world's best-selling custom motorcycle calendar. Get your copy from www.octanepress.c...

Is brown the new black? This highly-caffeinated café racer built for a coffee company sure looks good. It’s a creative mix of CB250, CB360 and CB400 parts, and it took Christian Schwarzenlander of ExesoR Motorcycles over two years to construct.

As close as it gets: a gorgeous Honda CR750. A replica that's more than just a mindless clone.

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 www.octanepress.c...

Warsaw-based photographer Mateusz Stankiewicz built this 1982 Honda CX500 with the help of a local garage, Eastern Spirit. It's one of the most arresting custom motorcycles of recent years, and the cover star of the 2014 Bike EXIF Custom Motorcycle Calendar. Get yours from www.octanepress.c...

  • Deena Wilson

    We just bought a 78 cx500 today for $150! Got most of a bike and 3 boxes of parts. Very excited about the project and this is one of the inspiration bikes

  • Kristian Møller

    The CX engines look like they want to kill you! I like that.

And those custom Honda CX500s still keep coming. Here's a tasty one from South Africa.

  • Andrew Kinnear

    Have you ever ridden a CX500? The engine was great for a commuter. And that's all.

  • Darren Deacon

    It was the courier bike of choice in the 90's....must have been able to throw them around a bit...

  • Andrew Kinnear

    Yes, sorry Darren, Central London is legendary for it's fast corners.

  • Darren Deacon

    Some of those guys could drop a tractor into a fast corner...

megadeluxe: 1962 Honda 125cc CR93 Racing Motorcycle

Not all new wave customs are fair weather bikes. This long, low Honda CB350 K4 comes from inside the Arctic Circle—or, to be more precise, from the small city of Rovaniemi in Lapland, northern Finland. The average annual temperature is a smidge above zero °C, and there’s snow on the ground for 175 days a year. That didn’t deter industrial design student Timo Karinen though. He worked on the bike in a friend’s warehouse—heated, we hope—and fabricated the metal in a workshop at his university.

Turkey is not the first country you’d associate with custom motorcycles, but a young company called Bunker Custom Cycles is doing its best to change that. This elegant, beautifully finished Honda CB650 Custom comes from Istanbul and it’s the work of Mert Uzer and his engineer brother Can.

The 1960s Honda CB450 K0 has a very secure place in motorcycling history books. Nicknamed the ‘Black Bomber’ on account of the Ford Model T-style paint choice, it still looks good today. Australian Cliff Overton fell under the spell of the CB450 a couple of years ago. Out of the blue, he got the chance to own one—and jumped at it. “I wasn’t looking for a project, but this bike found me,” he says. And here's the result—the delightful 'Runcible Racer.'

  • Lizbeth Villarreal

    The 1960s Honda CB450 K0 has a very secure place in motorcycling history books. Nicknamed the ‘Black Bomber’ on account of the Ford Model T-style paint choice, it still looks good today. Australian Cliff Overton fell under the spell of the CB450 a couple of years ago. Out of the blue, he got the chance to own one—and jumped at it. “I wasn’t looking for a project, but this bike found me,” he says. And here's the result—the delightful 'Runcible Racer.'