Lemb Inc. Turns The Honda Dax Into A Raked & Suicide-Shifted Mini Chopper

Photos: Ilham Nuriadi

Operating under the banner of Muklay, Muchlis Fachri is a renowned Indonesian street artist known for his vibrant, and at times controversial work. So when Muklay recently commissioned his own one-off motorcycle project, the results of the build were unsurprisingly just as idiosyncratic, in-your-face, and decisive as Muchlis’s artwork.

A far cry from your typical chopper build, this heavily raked little runner was designed and built by Jakarta-based customs outfit Lemb Inc. using a Honda Dax minibike as the donor. Christened “Ramone,” the project’s name is taken from the ’59 Chevy Impala Lowrider from Disney’s Cars franchise which also sports a near-identical purple livery adorned in flames. Riding on a set of 18-spoke 10” wheels, the now-rigid Dax boasts a 42” solid front fork, a hand-operated suicide shifter with a custom purple resin grip, a bicycle pedal Kickstarter, custom drag bars wrapped in purple grips, a hugely upswept custom chrome exhaust, a small circular yellow-lensed headlight, and a custom white leather chopper-style kickback saddle nestling perfectly in the contours of the build’s custom tail. To learn more about ‘Ramone’ By Lemb Inc. you can check out the shop’s Instagram page linked below.

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Photo: Ilham Nuriadi
Photo: Ilham Nuriadi
Photo: Ilham Nuriadi