Huge MOTO Custom Motorcycle Kit

Sep 14, 2015

Category: Rides

Inspired by cafe-racer minimalism, Huge MOTO’s custom motorcycle kit transforms your 2008 or later Honda CBR1000RR into a eye popping concept bike. Designed for enthusiasts to build in their own garage, Huge MOTO’s kit requires basic wiring skills, assembles with just common household tools such as screwdrivers and sockets, and is tailored for a factory-made fit.

The kit consists of levers featuring integrated LED turn signals, a vertically stacked dual bulb headlight, ignition and speedometer relocation mounts, mounting hardware, and Huge MOTO’s signature piece: two billet aluminum seat-stays linked to an aluminum subframe wrapped in a red ABS shell, seat, and taillight. The solo-seat tail features integrated turn signals, and the whole thing is unabashedly inspired by Tron. If you can’t get enough of this glorious hardware, check out Huge MOTO’s Indiegogo funding campaign where they are toiling to bring this awesome kit to the eagerly awaiting masses. [Purchase]

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