based on a 1973 honda ‘CB550’, the hookie ‘black mamba’ motorcycle is a pure black urban caferacer harnessing a big power inside. the second collection bike focuses on the power and inner values – a theme titled ‘venom inside’ – rather than just its appealing aesthetics. beneath its steel body, lays a flat or glossy-black engine that is paired with an air pod filter and a sized-up spark racing exhaust.

 

 

as well as a cleaned, reduced and rear loop frame, the hookie ‘black mamba’ motorbike presents a custom-build fairing which isn’t as big as aftermarket ones, and ensures a sleek, streamlined form is achieved. as standard with their builds, it has been re-wired in order to make a clean, simple and functional setup. this, along with the modified gas tank with an aluminum pop-up cap and motogadget motoscope-tiny, delivers a pure appearance and thus rider experience.

 

 

in summary, the hookie ‘black mamba’ motorcycle combines and contrasts the use of flat or glossy black with the texture of stainless steel and aluminum. as a testament to the brand and also to honda, adrian flor – the bike painter – realized an oversized ‘H’ on the design’s main body.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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