Huge MOTO's CBR Black Will Have You Drooling Uncontrollably
When a motorcycle is stripped down to its bare essentials, something just clicks. Like the Kawasaki Z1000 we reviewed, we absolutely love a naked street-fighter style motorcycle. Perhaps it’s the café racer throwback look, or the bruiser nature, but these motorcycles just ooze of the concentrated passion that makes riding great. Chief among them is Huge MOTO’s new CBR Black. The motorcycle started life as a 2008 Honda CBR1000RR, then was stripped down, and built back up by the industrial designers at Huge MOTO to create this spectacular piece of kinetic art. RELATED: Click Here to Read More About the Z1000
The CRB Black received a new front headlight, new handlebars and levers, a new gauge cluster, a new rear sub-frame, exhaust, and that gloriously designed tail section. The finished result is a bike that will terrify mothers around the world, and capture the hearts of riders everywhere.
However, unlike other motorcycle builders that just build one and that’s it, Huge MOTO is offering all the pieces the company built for the CBR Black as a kit. Better yet, it will only set you back $3,000. Though that doesn’t include the cost of the CBR1000RR donor motorcycle, and the few additional parts that aren’t directly made by Huge MOTO.
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Huge MOTO states that any CBR1000RR from 2008 to 2015 can be adapted with this kit, and they offer a full parts list that isn’t included in the kit, so if you want to recreate this exact motorcycle you can. The company is currently looking for backers on Indiegogo, and is already 13 percent funded after only five days.
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