September 11, 2015

Scrambled Honda FMX 650

The European Bike Scene seems to be taking off at the moment. For the warmer countries it makes sense why this is happening, given the ability to ride all year round.

Scrambled Honda FMX 650

The European Bike Scene seems to be taking off at the moment. For the warmer countries it makes sense why this is happening, given theabilityto ride all year round.

Ton-Up garage have built some great bikes, this times it's a Scrambler by the name of Muxima which means "heart" in Kimbundu which for those of you that don't know is the second most widely spoken language Angola (thanks google)

Here is what they had to say about the build:

"The colors were chosen inspired by the nature surrounding those roads. They’re mainly dirt roads surrounded by an imense vegetation meaning that you’ll get an off-road riding experience. Technically we’ve rebuilt a completely new sub-frame, that accommodates our seat, rear footpegs, a small rear light and number plate. Beneath the seat inserted in the sub-frame we’ve build an electric box to fit inside all the electric components and battery. Electric wiring was redone and simplified. A new gas tank was adapted to fit on this bike. We’ve built new exhausts, a new intake line, fitting a KN air filter in the end and new front mudguard. The suspensions were lowered a bit. We’ve fitted a new front headlight, new speedo, new handlebar, grips and tires. We’ve painted the fuel tank, air filter, engine and other frame parts."

No enjoy the sweet photos


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