Hero Honda Karizma ‘Sliver’

Hero Honda Karizma ‘Sliver’ by Mean Green Customs

Posted on July 9, 2014 by Scott in Café Racer


Written by Ian Lee.

So you want to build a sweet ride, but you don’t want to take the well travelled route. You want something with that café racer silhouette, but you also crave something fresh. This was the conundrum faced by Aditya Green from Mean Green Customs in India, when he was trying to work out the details for the feature bike seen here today. This bike started as a thought, was turned into a sketch and then became a beautiful reality. Sleek lines, low slung and with a side profile to make you weak at the knees, this futuristic café racer is definitely something you don’t see everyday. And that’s what makes us appreciate it all the more.

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1949 Harley WL Flathead Bobber

Source – www.flathead-bobbers.com

Willy from Carson City, Nevada, United States made available these photos of his great classic
1949 Harley WL Flathead Bobber.

Willy: “I seen yer page on the net today and thought I’d share a couple of pics of my 1949 WL. I bought this thing back in December 2007 as a runnin’ basket case and tore it all apart and started over. She may not be the hottest thing on two wheels but I’m furly proud of my work.”



Well, Willy, you sure can be proud. She’s just beautiful. I don’t know many guys who wouldn’t like to take your Bobber for a ride up and down the strip!


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1965 BSA Lightning


Jesse Bassett is the owner of The GasBox, a vintage motorcycle shop in Lakewood, Ohio. It’s a new name tome, but I have a feeling we’ll be hearing more about Jesse’s company in the future: his BSA just won the Freestyle Class at the ‘Ultimate Builder’ AMD Championship affiliate event in Cleveland, and has gained a lot of interest over the past couple of weeks. The bike took two years to build and is a 1965 model—from the early days of Lightning production—although you’d be hard pressed to tell.

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