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    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.

    Very very cool. Yes, I like motor bikes!! I used to go riding in the desert in Cali

    Here’s the latest custom to roll out of the Madrid workshop of Cafe Racer Dreams. Once again, there’s an off-road influence—but this time, the Spanish workshop has taken a dirt bike and realigned it for road use, rather than the other way round. CRD #19… Read more »

    The flat tracker look is a style that’s really starting to catch on in custom circles. But this Honda CR500-powered custom doesn’t just look the part—it’s the real McCoy.

    The essence of a motorcycle. It would be even better with a longer flat seat for a pillion. Motohanger SR500.

    Trillion Industries '79 Honda CB650 - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers & Custom motorbikes

    It’s getting harder and harder to impress with a Honda CB custom these days. But this very sharp 1974 CB550, from the Kentucky shop M Customs, proves there’s still life in the old dog.

    Radical Honda CB250 Cafe Racer! « Motorcycle Photo Of The Day

    Holy Crap! I just fell in love, this is unreal execution of vision. The seat, the tank, the pipes, the mono-shock...now if it wasn't red.

    Another Bugatti. The founder of the futurist painting movement began the movement after considering the aesthetics of rolling his Atlantico into a ditch, the fascist bastard.