We love motorcycles, and we love customizing. But sometimes, it’s hard to find a bike that combines the best of both worlds. Whether you’re looking for a cruiser or a sports bike—or something else entirely—there are plenty of custom bikes that’ll give you all the speed and comfort you could ask for while also adding your own unique flair. Meat Hook
The Harley-Davidson XG750R is one of the coolest custom motorcycles on the road today. This bike is powered by a high-compression, liquid-cooled Revolution X engine that produces 75 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and 65 lb.-ft. of torque at 3,250 rpm. The Harley Davidson Street 750 and Street Rod are both based on this same platform as well!
Harley Davidson has been building bikes since 1903 so they’ve had plenty of time to perfect their craft–and it shows with this slick little machine!
Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra
- Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra: The throaty rumble of the Twin-Cooled Milwaukee Eight engine is unmistakable and unforgettable. And, thanks to its 117 cubic inch displacement, this powerplant can deliver more torque than any other Touring model ever built by Harley-Davidson.
- Custom paint job: The Road Glide Ultra comes in a variety of finishes, but some owners have taken things one step further by adding their own personal touch with custom paint jobs like this one that features flames–an homage to a classic car design motif known as “flame surfacing.”
The Victory Octane is a custom motorcycle that has a V-twin engine and was designed to be lightweight. The bike has front suspension, rear suspension, front disc brake and rear drum brake.
Ducati Panigale V4 S
The Ducati Panigale V4 S is an Italian motorcycle manufactured by Ducati. It was unveiled in June 2018, and it is the successor to the Panigale R (the last generation of which was called the 1199).
The Panigale V4 runs on a V4 engine that produces 205 PS (151 kW)/197 hp @ 11,000 rpm and 113 Nm/83 lb-ft torque @ 10,500 rpm with a redline at 13,500 rpm. This engine has been developed together with Audi Sport GmbH for use in their superbike project. The chassis features an aluminum monocoque frame made entirely from castings, as well as carbon fiber bodywork panels.
Brammo Empulse R
The Brammo Empulse R is a street legal electric motorcycle that can go up to 100mph and has a range of 100 miles. It’s also capable of accelerating from 0 to 60mph in 3.3 seconds, making it one of the fastest bikes on the market today. The Empulse R features a 96 volt, liquid cooled electric motor that produces 60 horsepower and 100 ft-lbs of torque. It’s powered by a lithium ion battery pack that can be fully charged in 3 hours using a standard 110 volt outlet or in 1 hour with the optional fast charger. The Empulse R comes equipped with an anti-lock braking system, traction control and adjustable suspension. It’s also fitted with dual disc brakes on both wheels and a center stand for easy parking. The bike is only available in black right now but Brammo says they’ll be adding red and white options soon.
MV Agusta F4 RR LH44
The MV Agusta F4 RR LH44 is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer that produces racing machines. The RR stands for “Rapid Racing”, and the LH44 is the name of its engine; it’s also known as the “F4RH44” or simply “LH44”. This model was first introduced in 1990, but it was first conceived back in 1987 when Claudio Castiglioni and his son Giovanni decided to create their own company after years working at Moto Guzzi (another Italian motorcycle manufacturer).
The F4 series has been around since 1990 and remains popular among enthusiasts today because of its sleek design and powerful engines.
Ducati Scrambler 1100 Enduro Racing
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 Enduro Racing is a beast of a bike. It has an impressive 1,078cc engine, which means it can reach speeds up to 150mph and accelerate from 0-60mph in just 3.9 seconds. The fuel economy is also pretty good at 41mpg with a 5.3 gallon tank capacity so you won’t have to worry about running out of gas on your next road trip! The Scrambler 1100 Enduro Racing is a sportier version of the standard Ducati Scrambler, which was introduced in 2015. The bike has a leaner design with a similar look to the classic desert racers from the 1950s and 1960s.
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 Enduro Racing comes with a dry weight (without fluids) of 425 pounds making it easy for anyone to ride this motorcycle without any problems or issues whatsoever!
These are just a few of the coolest custom motorcycles on the road today. There are many more, but these are some of our favorites. If you’re looking for a bike that stands out from the crowd and makes heads turn wherever it goes, then one of these might be right up your alley!