I really haven’t posted a motorcycle in a while. There are a couple reason why I absolutely love 70’s motorcycle’s. You can really change them into anything. Cafe racer, brat, bobber, chopper, dirt tracker, heck you can even modernize it with late model forks and swing arm. So much potential. I can’t wait til I can get my hands on one myself. The Honda CB350 below was built by Vintage Customs, with a cafe/brat style that is done to perfection. Damn this must be a BLAST to ride!
On the subject of motorcycle’s, I came across this absolutely beautiful chopper/bobber created in Japan. If I remember correctly it’s a Zero Engineering base with custom parts and work from Rough Craft in Japan. I really can’t stop looking at it. The combination of the black, polish, and gold plating is beyond perfect and creates a beautiful fluid theme throughout the entire bike. The fat front and rear tire’s really give it a Japanese brat-esq style that again, flows really well with the entire bike. Nice to work to all involved.
So I realized most of the video coverage I show on here is mostly covering the “tuner” scene. So as I was going through some of the older videos I had saved, I came across A newer video posted up from Josh Clason. I really love the old school Hot Rods, and hope to own a couple one day. Great edit on the video, and really great content. The shop like it’s owned by a really chill dude, who just really enjoys customs as much as the next guy. Good stuff.
Also from the same Videographer was the video below, which I realized came out as right around the time I started this blog. I guess that’s why I missed posting it up, because I remember getting goosebumps when I had first seen it.