Taking on a garage project can be daunting. First-time builders often find themselves in a downward spiral of costs, time and motivation—and vow never to pick up a wrench again.
Not Dimitri Chaussinand though. He pulled off his first project—a cute Yamaha TW125—in the underground parking garage of his apartment block, on a limited budget.
And now he’s done it again, with this killer Honda XR600R. Yes, that’s the legendary Baja 1000 winning bike, given a 21st century makeover.
The tank is an especially genius move—it’s from a Honda XL125S.
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When John Ryland of @classifiedmoto sent through images of this incredible Honda XR650L sand bike, our jaws hit the floor. So we asked him to reveal his thinking.
Turns out ‘BW650’ is a big, fat F!@# You to armchair critics of the modern custom scene. “Consider it a huge balloon-tired middle finger to the crowd who think we exist to build bikes that will knock the chips off their shoulders,” says John. "If you think you’re an adventurer—a real motorcyclist, whatever that is—yet demand the ultimate in practical, two-wheeled sterility, you are absolutely gonna despise this thing, you crotchety old fart.” Fighting talk! And we love it.
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Is ‘scrambler‘ the most overused description in the custom scene vernacular? Probably.
We’re suckers for the real deal — like this Honda XR650L from @federalmoto. Built for blasting through the British Colombia backwoods, it’s a fully-functional dual sport given a classic scrambler vibe.
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