The Butcher's Specialty Is an Intimidating Custom Bike

The Butcher's Specialty 6 photos
Photo: lars Justinger
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"Metzgers Geschirr" is German for the "Butcher's Specialty" and by all means, this striking bike is something special, to say the least. The photos have been taken by Lars Justinger of Brauchi fame, a Germany-based customizer. We've recently introduced to you Lars' latest eye-popping project, the JagdBobber.
Now, Lars' location also has some perks, and one of them is that he got to the Custombike 2012 Show in Bad Salzuflen, Germany and got to see some of the most amazing custom works on display in Europe. We show you the "Butcher's Specialty" a piece of custom machinery which left us gazing in awe for minutes in a row.

Not sure whether one can ride with a bunh of knives at hand and in plain sight on the wonderful German highways, but we'd ride the Butcher's bike at any time. The Specialty is an awesome mixture between old bike technology and steampunk design, with a bit of a modern approach, just to keep things neat and looking clean.

The antique finish and the leaf suspension are beautifully complemented by the old headlight and spring-loaded vintage seat and the tank mounted speedo. Flared silencer tips and wrapped exhaust lines, they all evoke a long-lost era in the history of motorcycles, but by all means, this bike takes us back in time.

Thanks to Lars Justinger.
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