Traditional Springer Bobber Motorcycle

What a great looking bobber motorcycle. This is for tooling around the track, think of it like a souped up pit bike.   This motorcycle is out of Indonesia made by a company called Darizt Design and I think they did a hell of a great job. The front end is super sexy for a bobber motorcycle. I love how fat the tires look. If you check out the way they integrated the rear swing arm and the saddle I have to give them credit. I do not think I would have ever have mounted it like that. The tank has … Continue reading

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Transverse V-Twin Honda CX500

Honda Manufactured the CX-500 from 1978–1983. The engine ranged from a 500–673 cc water-cooled longitudinal OHV 80° V-twin, 4 valves per cylinder which had an output power 50-77 hp (97 hp turbo). Now as we look at this sexy bike I like it. Sadly is this the only view of this bobber that was sent to me. We can see that this bike looks great and we would all ride it. I see the rear brake light, and front and rear turn signals. I don’t see a mirror or a license plate but that it is other than the headlight for safety that … Continue reading

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Yamaha MT-01 Motorcycle, Is it a Bobber or a Street-fighter?

The Yamaha MT motorcycle line is not imported into the USA and while this is jacked up and I could not find a reason as to why, it makes me want one even more. Kinda like when your mom told you that you couldn’t have the dessert early and that you had to wait. Why wait, enjoy the fun. This is the MT-01 from 2011 and made in Germany, For all of us over here in the USA we do not get this bike so I thought it would be kinda cool to show it here. TheMT-01 is a motorcycle made by Yamaha since 2005, … Continue reading

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Indian Bobber Motorcycle

Epic. That is what I cam calling this Indian bobber motorcycle. This was emailed in and I dig the tank under the backbone of the frame. The Indian motorcycle sadly has had some rough times with the brand and they are now owned by Polaris. Overall this is a wild looking motorcycle that caught my eyes. Indian motorcycles were manufactured from 1901 to 1953 by a company in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA, initially known as the Hendee Manufacturing Company but which was renamed the Indian Motocycle Manufacturing Company in 1928. The Indian factory team took the first three places in the 1911 Isle … Continue reading

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