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Uno

The 2008 National Motorcycle Show in Toronto  highlights some of the area’s top custom builders who have on display a fine array of one-off custom machines. This year’s show, however, had one very unusual one-off custom, the Uno. The orange and grey coloured Uno made its first public appearance balanced on its two side-by-side wheels and its footpegs. build by …

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Von Dutch Moto Guzzi Falcone

Dick Cormany, a Numerical Control Programmer, built this gorgeous Guzzi over a five-year period. Purchased used in 1961 for the sum of $574 from California Moto Guzzi dealer Branch Motorcycle Sales in Los Angeles, Mr. Cormany rode his Falcone for a year before spending close to 5000 hours on the customization process. Starting with the rear fender shroud, Cormany built …

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The Machine by Yuri Shif Customs

Trollworx Choppers is a family owned and operated business. The husband and wife team of Dorothy and Terry Marino are the core that make Trollworx a successful business. Terry with help from his sons and family friends builds the bikes, while Dorothy controls the business operations. We are a small shop where quality is more important than quantity, and building …

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Shovelhead by Trollworx Choppers

Trollworx Choppers is a family owned and operated business. The husband and wife team of Dorothy and Terry Marino are the core that make Trollworx a successful business. Terry with help from his sons and family friends builds the bikes, while Dorothy controls the business operations. We are a small shop where quality is more important than quantity, and building …

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Yamaha XJR 1300 CS-06 Dissident by it roCkS bikes

  Yamaha’s XJR 20th Anniversary party continues with the Portuguese custom builders’ it roCks!bikes Yard Built CS-06 Dissident café racer. “it roCkS!bikes were high on the list of builders we wanted to work with to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the XJR. Their unique signature style one-piece monocoque is super clean and they have shown they can build stunning custom …

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Triumph Bonneville by GP Design

This Bonnie was created by Officine GP Design, but it looks like the donor bike was either an America or Speedmaster model. Anyway, you will not be able to get your hands on a modding kit for yours. This Triumph received massive transformations, with the usual telescopic fork replaced by a retro springer one, re-raked and with the top assembly …

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Honda CX500 Blubber by Ton-Up Garage

TThe bike you see here is the work of Ton-up Garage – a Portuguese custom workshop with an established name as one of the best in the business. Their attention to detail is second to none and the amount of time invested in getting this CX500 into better-than-factory condition is clearly apparent. Ton Up Garage says that Blubber is a …

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“The Bobber” by Triumph Factory Custom

The Bobber. Instantly the name invokes images of clean lines, minimal equipment and a stripped-back riding experience. For Team TFC1, a group who count three Bonneville customs and a chopped V8 pickup amongst their own personal vehicles, this was definitely the route they wanted to follow. However, a traditional Bobber wouldn’t cut it for these passionate enthusiasts. The team’s desire …

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Izh Hybrid Motorcycle Concept

Coming from Igor Chak, the 2012 Izh concept borrows its name from the well-known producer of weapons (the “Kalashnikov” should ring some bells). In fact, what few of us know is that Izh was also the main Soviet motorcycle factory before the fall of the USSR, with a production even more massive that the IMZ-Ural, and one of the greatest …

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Bienville Legacy

Because of this design, the suspension damping is handled by downhill mountain bike parts. Other pieces include ISR brakes, BST custom carbon fiber wheels, and hours of painstakingly hand-crafted pieces. Headlight transforms into the instrument cluster, while the saddle is custom-fit to each owner’s buttocks. Astute readers will note that the front and rear girders are exactly the same in …

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