” Valtoron is one of the most unusual custom builders in Europe. It’s a foundry in a tiny hamlet in Spain, run by two brothers who live to ride. When they’re not creating sculptures they like to build bikes, and they let their imaginations run wild.
Their last bike was a KZ750 offroader. The latest one, shown here, is called La Bomba—and you don’t need a degree in Spanish to figure out why. It’s based on a 1974 Kawasaki H1, the original ‘Widow Maker.’
The metal is so beautiful it doesn’t need paint. The bodywork is cast in alloy, developed from clay models and using recycled aluminum. The gas cap and badges are bronze. Up front is a Zundapp headlight, ‘floating’ in a custom made bracket; the rear lights are LEDs. ”
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