While there’s no denying the appeal of a fully café-ed CB or an off-road-inspired airhead, such builds are a dime a dozen. After all, as these bikes have grown in popularity, so too has their aftermarket parts support, making customization a cinch. Far more impressive, however, are those builds that go against the grain and begin with something a little more unconventional.
Just take this bike by MotoRelic, for example. Having started its life as a 1984 Honda Magna V30, it’s since been transformed into the slick street scrambler seen here. Now riding on a custom suspension setup comprised of CBR600 forks, an Interceptor 500 swingarm, and a VTR1000 monoshock, it sits a far sight more aggressive than it did from the factory. And that’s not all — MotoRelic also ditched the stock dual-tank in favor of a conventional unit sourced from a Suzuki T500, freeing up some room for a K&N air filter and a tidy under-tail exhaust system. Add to that a full engine rebuild, some upgraded LED lighting, and a colorway that screams classic Honda, and the result is a bike that’s sure to turn some heads. Make it yours with a bid on the BaT listing linked below.
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