Well, I was looking at one of my favoirate custom builders, Krugger Motorcycles, but unfortunately they didn't make it to the Top 10. They finished 13th.
The Half Day - This bike from Krugger Motorcycles of Belgium has used a HD engine, to be more specific, the owner Paul hughes has used a 93 P Series. Well Krugger needs no introduction after the mayhem they produced with the Goodwood. Anyway, the 'Half Day' (dont ask me the logic of that name!) is a softail with a 4 speed Evo transmission. Dont know what took my fancy, but the overall cycle look with the twisted exhausts, classy kick level gelled very well with the engine for that vintage look and style. The dual tone colour on the tank and its overall shape is a delight, dont you think?
Little Miss Dynamite, as she has been named by owner/ builder Nick Gale of Stonebridge Motorcycle Company has also used a Harley engine, the Sportster. The heavily spoked Cafe Racer infuses tradition with modernity very effectively. The single pod with Lucas period headlight and the low bars and the golden front forks gives it a very mean look. Not that it only looks mean, because the exhaust is a MotoGP exhaust with performance valves by NGCC/Urbane, the hydraulic clutch is also by NGCC and the Intek performance valve from British superbike technology which makes the bike run 80% greener than stock on emissions due to the Intek valve. NGCC has also modified the air cleaner S&S stacks and the Evolution Indistries 2" belt drive. It has Harris Perfomance clip ons and ZX10 rear sets. All this performance enhanced steroid bike helps it to a very healthy 138 bhp on the rear wheel with a heap of 110lbs of toeque. It took only 2 months to build this green (not the colour, but the environment friendly) mean racer. This dude is one show off with all the go and more. Did you notice the tank? Its a one-off hand made aluminium Manx tank with a one-off aluminium seat base by NGCC/Tank Shop.