The sexiest Honda Guzzi you'll ever see.

Belgrade-born and Paris-raised, award-winning designer Sacha Lakic has been crafting unique motorbikes for years. One of his latest projects, a revamped 1982 Honda CX500, showcases his fluid, minimalist aesthetic, which in this case "serves just one thing, to draw attention to the engine."

Watch Sacha ride it below:

Specifications

Courtesy of http://www.lakic.com/:

Watch Sacha Lakic's Custom Honda CX500 Cafe Racer In Action - Video

ENGINE

Rebuilt original engine

Carburation, the air cleaner has been replaced by an air horn

Water cooler from CBR 125

An electric fan has replaced the permanent fan

SUSPENSION

Rear shock absorber Ölhins from Ducati 851

Fork by Marzocchi RAD50

BRAKES, front and rear

Nissin, with Rizoma fluid tank

FRAME

The original two rear shock absorbers have been replaced by mono shock absorber

The rear heavy hoop have been removed and replaced by a smaller one (single seat)

Reinforcement of the swingarm

REAR SET CONTROL

CBR 1000 with a customised adaptation

TIRES

Dunlop Sportmax Mutant, at front 120-70-17, at rear 160-60-17

RIMS

Of the brand Exel

Specific hubs front and rear (custom built)

Front rim 3,5 thumbs

Rear rim 4,5 thumbs

SEAT, Front FENDER

Custom built

TANK

Honda version CX500, slightly shifted forward

EXHAUST SYSTEM and MANIFOLD

Custom built

HEADLIGHT, SPEEDO - and TACHOMETER, TAILLIGHT

Watch Sacha Lakic's Custom Honda CX500 Cafe Racer In Action - Video

More Designs, And Backstory

For more info on Sacha's work (in moto-design and beyond!) check out his website (also linked above). And for the story of this bike in particular, head over here: http://www.lakic.com/en/projects/category/transport/cafe-racer-project-honda-cx500-gts

Watch Sacha Lakic's Custom Honda CX500 Cafe Racer In Action - Video