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Old 12-05-2015, 12:13 AM   #1
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Top 5 Custom Motorcycles of 2015

The world of custom motorcycles is constantly evolving. We'll be receiving submissions of scramblers and trackers one day, and bobbers and brats the next. Let me tell you, we here at Cruiser love every little bit of it. Here are a few of our features from 2015 that we loved!

Sacha Lakic's CX500

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There is nothing we don't love about this custom. All manners of perfomance have been upgraded. From the inverted forks to the insane triple trees, all the way down to the brakes and those brutal Dunlop Sportmax Mutants gripping the road. Sacha says that the CX500 engine was way ahead of it's time and he had an excellent job at bringing the rest of this beast up to spec.

Karlee Cobb's Outrider Scout

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The Indian Scout is one of the best new bikes to hit the cruiser market in years and we love what Karlee did with hers. When a custom bike is so clean it looks like it could have rolled of the factory floor, you're doing something right. Utilizing the team over at Klock Works, Karlee and Brian put together this wicked Scout as a daily rider and we love the style.

John Player Special Sportster from DP Customs

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Drawing from the John Player Formula One racing heritage, this custom from the Del Prado brothers is one sleek Sportster. Designed to be a stylish, minimal daily rider, the fabrication work that went into this bike is perfect. The lines from the gas tank to the custom tail section, custom cut wheels, Brembo calipers, and low forward mounted oil tank give this bike the look and feel reminiscent of the racecar from which it took its name.

Jeff Wright's CB1100

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Jeff wright is well known in the custom world for his ability to blend sport bike performance and chopper style. This Honda CB1100 is another perfect example of a bike that is so clean, it looks like it could have rolled off of the factory floor like this. Expanded gas tank, swing arm, upgraded suspension, just to name a few of the upgrades done to this classic styled but modern Honda. When it comes to a daily rider custom, this is an ideal blend of style, performance and comfort.

Yamaha Yard Built Bolt: 'The Face"

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Yard Built means good customs. That is a simple fact that we have learned over the period of its existence, and this 'Cafe Bob' from Kingston Customs is a perfect example. Blending two vastly different categories, this Bolt is a strangely approachable custom. Made with almost entirely bolt-on parts, this custom is as achievable for an average joe as it is good looking and fun to ride.




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