Nowadays, it seems that custom bike builders are trying too hard to create motorcycles that they want to fit some style. But sometimes all you need to get more than a regular custom project, is to use less.
This is the case of the latest work of Bullita Motorcycle, a French company that partnered with clothing brand Kurva Gang, and together created the Project #11.
This racy and aggressive bike is in fact a 1980 Honda CB750 Bol d’Or, but from stock, all that’s left is the front of the frame and engine. Everything else was transformed and put together in order to give the Project #11 a straight-line design and a clean look, using specific parts and unique pieces.
From the custom paint job to the exquisite headlight assembly, not forgetting the subframe covered by a solo seat unit with beautiful hand stitched leather seat, Bullita called upon Motogadget and used some of their special parts like the m.unit blue, m.blaze disc, the m.switch mini and the motoscope mini.
The result is the Project #11. And we like it!