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MotorcyclesThis Custom Motorcycle Isn’t A Motorcycle

18:45  13 february  2019
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Well, if Morgan Motor Company made a motorcycle, it might take some cues from this thing. But instead of having a wooden chassis, the JVLT 014—built by NorthEast Custom in collaboration with JoeVelluto Design—has wooden bodywork. And, umm, other parts that shouldn’t be made of wood.

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It may look like a motorcycle, but, as a matter of fact, it isn’t. It’s a piece of furniture. Now, I respect Charles and Ray Eames’ cool-looking chairs as much as the next guy, but furniture design and motorcycling typically don’t occupy the same space. After all, one is for sitting; the other’s for going. Until now.

The Italy-based firms built the motorcycle, er, “piece,” for the Salone del Mobile Milano, a furniture and design exhibition.

The JoeVelluto website explains the purpose of the build: “In this project, the design of objects for mass production meets the uniqueness of custom, where an object normally produced in a large scale is removed in its entirety, analyzing and re-interpreting each component, and then reassembled as totally new and unique. The motorbike is inspired by the world of furniture, to become an object to be admired and freezing its mobile nature in immobile [sic].”

This Guy And His Dad Built Their Own Walking Dead Motorcycle

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The custom motorcycle scene is exploding like never before. So why aren' t most custom motorcycle builders making any money? I’ve been mucking around with old motorcycles since the 1980s, and like many, financed my bike habit via the sport of Arbitrage. That is, turning a profit on a bike after

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In one regard, it seems a waste to take its Yamaha XS500 donor bike off the streets, but it’s always a positive for motorcycling when the machine’s form can be interpreted in a new light and its beauty appreciated by a new audience.

Still, I don’t know about you, but if the JVLT 014 were in my living room, I’d be awfully frustrated that I couldn’t start it up or twist that wooden handgrip.

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