Based on a 1991 Honda NX650, this Vagabund V13 custom boasts a number of 3D printed parts and an overhauled engine and exhaust system, taking it fully into the 21st century and beyond.
Slim and lightweight, the Vagabund V13 is an ideal city commuter bike. Taking its design inspirations from the world of motocross, its custom 3D printed parts include the fuel tank and integrated motogadget mini speedo, as well as the rear end, air filter cover, indicator light bracket and handlebar switch housings.
Elsewhere the exhaust system has been swapped out for a stainless steel manifold, a custom two-into-one collector and an Akrapovic muffler, which makes for a punchy sound. The original engine has been kept but upgraded brakes and Wilbers shocks ensure the handling is vastly improved over the original bike, which is virtually unrecognisable in its new form.
Not one to overlook details, Vagabund has also added a custom alcantara motocross-style seat, as well as a unique rear rack that carries twin GKA fuel tanks, for peace of mind on long journeys. A unique bike with a unique look, the Vagabund V13 is an impressive showcase of what the Austrian customizers can do.
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