What’s in a name can say a lot about a custom bike build – from the inspiration surrounding the bike itself, its intended use, or even the parts that make up the newly complete two-wheeled Frankenstein of a ride. In the case of this Honda FX650, it’s the latter option since, after all, the centerpiece of this ride does – in fact – host a legendary Husqvarna fuel tank.
Completed in part thanks to French bike workshop Le Garage De Felix, you’ll notice the Husqvarna logo has been doctored a tad to accommodate an “F” as opposed to the “H,” hence the name. Now, this scrambler, dubbed the Fusqvarna, puts this beaming red and chrome tank on display thanks to the blackened engine and removal of the bike’s rear subframe. The seat is mounted on an in-house machined aluminum shell and was painted the same color as the tank for a black and red color scheme that’s sure to draw the eyes of motorcycle enthusiasts and bystanders alike. Combine that with a pair of Pirelli MT60 tires, a 650cc 4 stroke engine, and Motogadget units and this is one scrambler you definitely want to take for a spin.
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