Boor Customs - Beast 16 December 14


The concept and design of this 1980 Honda CB750KZ is by Csongor Farkas and Krisztián Varga of Boor Customs in Hungary, and they named their creation "Beast".

Amused by the style of classical English motorcycles and inspired by the age of Cafe Racer, Boor Customs decided to build custom motorcycles based on reliable Japanese bikes. Their concept is to create a simple and clean design by hiding such parts of the motorcycle as the battery, electronics and certain shapes. This approach makes it possible to come up with a clean overall outfit in which the block, the frame and the tank dominate. Their motorcycles are transitions between the Cafe Racer and Dirt-track style machines.

Parts used and specifications:

  • Shortened, lowered and cut frame
  • Kawasaki ZXR 750 front fork
  • Renthal Ultra Low handlebar
  • Roob front headlight
  • Vicma turn signal
  • Kosho instrument
  • Rizoma break oil tank
  • Transferred battery
  • Shifted electronics
  • Triumph footrest
  • Marzocchi rear shock
  • Coker 4x19 front tyre
  • Coker 4.5x18 rear tyre
  • Megatone exhaust pipes
  • Roob rear headlight
  • Direct air filter
  • Custom saddle
  • Flexo Bowden cables and cover
  • JJC exhaust pipe bandage
  • OGK handlebar grip

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Alan Goodsell , 16 December 14