Edward Hessel of Louisville, KY sends in this beautiful (and beautifully photographed) bike.
I am really enjoying the diversity of moto’s on your site.
Please find attached a couple of my 78′ 900GTS Ducati, thanks and keep up the non- conformity.
A non-conformist huh? Thanks. I like that.
I keep looking at this bike and wondering why I kinda sorta like it. It’s a very strange mix that that has me scratching my head.
Had a request from the previous post to see more of the #9 harley in the background. I know I’ve posted this bike before but I don’t get tired of looking at it.
By the way, the Google Search feature and the “word-cloud” really does work pretty well
There’s a lot of these I’m yet to post… at least I don’t “think” I’ve posted this one yet…
Basic Bonneville turned street tracker with Honda Wheels and seriously upgraded suspension. I’ve seen Bob ride this bike and she goes as good as she looks. The bike’s been on here before but this is a better and more recent picture from last May’s Riding Into History where he was volunteering.
Second Update. Thanks once again to our very knowledgeable commentators (thanks Tony) I have been informed that this is a creation of Ritmo Sereno (maybe I should try reading the decals on the bikes). A seriously drool-worthy Japanese base builder of custom European machines. Here is a direct link to one of the bikes below. I can’t help you with the translation but the pictures speak for themselves.
Update: A clarification. As was pointed out in the comments I think it’s possible that this is the same bike but not really likely. They are similar enough to make for an interesting blog entry but probably different rides. Probably the same builder. That or they knew (of) each other.
Now it’s a racebike….
Add lights and remove the pan and now it’s a Cafe… or is it the other way around. Stunning bike(s) either way.