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From a Harley-Davidson Road King to a Suzuki Katana, from a BSA to a Honda CB350, from a Triumph chopper to a Yamaha Virago inspired cafe racer, there seems no end to the Canadian custom motorcycles we have seen built by men and women across the country with a wrench in one hand and a sometimes clear inspiration in their mind’s eye. Sometimes it works and sometimes the results might raise an eyebrow but it is often the doing that provides the satisfaction. Below is the start of our archive of custom bikes through the years. There will be many more – and they aren’t going to be in any particular order.



The Four Bill Bobber (Kawasaki)

Little Big Bike (Honda)

The Medieval Bagger

custom orange bagger front quarter shot

Meet MotoChild – Traditional Shovelheads

Rexzilla: Twin Turbo ZRX1200

Soul Asylum (BSA)

The Mello Yello  (Moto Guzzi)

Hot Chocolate (Yamaha)

Gold Rush Glide (Harley-Davidson)

Eyecandy: Street Bob Gone Old School 

SportGlide (Sportster-based Tourer)

The Orange Kat ( Suzuki Katana)

The Classic Shovelhead

It’s Alive! Honda CBX – Ducati Hybrid

Honda CBX ducati hybrid white front

The Virago Cafe

Zeel Design Bobster

1971 XLCH Sportster 

DMZ Motorcycles – Authentically Retro

Flying Solo

The White Buffalo CB750

Fast and Loud – Night Rod Custom

Barnes Harley-Davidson Custom black Night Rod right rear

The Journeyman – Big Bore Bobber

Softail Slim in Gold

The KawaZombie

Rat Helix : I Wanna Be a Gold Wing

Portrait of a Champion

Wheelies Motorcycles and Shovelheads

TECH: Ten Tips Before Starting That Custom Build



Making a Honda Rebel Cool

Bobber Kits: An Easier Way Build Your Own

Suzuki savage bobber


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