Wabi-Sabi on Speed: Auto Fabrica Type 24

It doesn’t get any more naked than this. With a confidently minimalist style, motorcycle customizers Bujar and Gazmend Muharremi transformed a 1991 Yamaha XJ600 into a Zen work of art.
Text Helmut Werb
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The siblings began designing and building bespoke motorcycles in Southend-on-Sea near London ten years ago. Their latest creation, dubbed Type 24, gleams all in black with a specially styled rear frame loop, custom integrated 3D-printed taillights, specially designed exhaust, modified Honda CB750 tank and Hagon suspension. An awesome ride with a sound to match, the bike attracts a lot of attention, the brothers say.

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