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Handmade Honda CB125 Will Blow Your Mind

Meet the first creation of Valen Zhou, a Honda CB125 you (or we here) never saw coming and which looks so utterly amazing. While for some, the rat/ post-apocalyptic looks may not exactly seem to exciting, one thing is clear beyond any doubt: we're looking at a sensational build!
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Valen used almost no bolt-on parts to create the bike and preferred to make them himself, so that the end result expressed his exact desire. The ultra-aggressive front end, tank, chin and everything else have been crafted by hand and are as unique as it gets, adding massive points to this build.

A massively raked-out fork and the sprung seat are a intriguing match for the very low frame and bars, while the beefy tires dwarf the small engine. The power plant comes from an 1975 Honda built by a Chinese company, so we're looking at a piece of real motorcycle history.

We failed to spot the front brake so it's not sure how safe Valen's Monstub is. He chose this name as he felt it was a good combination of monstrous looks and the tiny sub-like engine. This initial build was surprising enough and we can only hope that Valen creates more machinery like this.

The Vintagent via Bike EXIF.

 

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