Honda CB125 Monstub by Valen Zhou

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Sure it might be a bit rough around the edges, but the apocalyptic look of this custom Honda CB125 motorcycle is what makes it so appealing to us.

Hand built by photographer Valen Zhou, this custom fabricated 2 wheeler is quite the mystery when it comes to parts used for the build, but it’s definitely piqued our interest. Quite different than everything that has hit the custom motorbike scene as of late, Zhou took 3 months to build a bike he’s called “Monstub” – which is essentially fusing the words monster and cub into one. Where did he get this odd name from you ask? Well Zhou outlines that the bike looks weird (monster reference), and has a small engine (cub reference). We could definitely see Daryl Dixon taking out some zombies on this bike.

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