Rock‘N’Roll Cycles Six-Cylinder Honda Gold Wing-Derived F6C Customized

Rock’N’Roll Cycles is a store primarily based in Germany and headed by Stefan Becker. Round since 2012, Becker acquired his chops with Yamaha within the Supersport World Championship earlier than making it into the customized scene. 

The bike that we’ve here’s a bit uncommon as a result of it’s not a Honda Gold Wing, however it’s. The F6C is a mannequin variant that may hint its roots again to the Gold Wing household of bikes within the Nineties. It retains the flat-six motor of the large Honda, coming in at 1,500ccs, and it weighed over 300 kilograms (661.39 kilos). 

Slimming down the heavyweight bike concerned a number of work. It was slimmed down and simplified with an aluminum monocoque that envelops the tank and in addition kinds the seat, with a little bit of padding on prime, after all. After all of the work, a couple of hundred kilograms (about 220 kilos) had been shaved from the bike. The body was additionally edited by Becker with YSS struts, upside-down forks, and wire-spoke wheels in a 17-inch measurement—entrance and rear. The entire modifications lead to an round 250-kilogram motorbike (about 551 kilos). It’s nonetheless a giant bike, however not as large because it as soon as was, slimmed down and smoothed out. 

One other key characterizing function of this bike has to do with the exhaust system. After the chassis was sorted, the six-to-six exhaust system with an adjustable silencer was fitted. For each piston on this bike, you get one muffler, and it ought to sound wonderful. Three mufflers are situated on all sides, making for a wild and distinctive look. 

In response to Motorrad, the bike was initially constructed by Becker for himself. Nevertheless, if somebody had been to shell out €25,000 EUR (about $26,550 USD) for it, he could be able to half methods with the motorbike.