The last time I checked up on Matt Hotch, two time Biker Build Off champion, he had just built the V-Lux, a custom styled in the wide tire and chrome tradition that's been popular with builders for some time. Checking up again shows he's moved quite a distance away from the heavy chrome show bike style to this much, much more pleasing bike that looks like you could ride it all day.
The "Vinnie" is a Vincent powered custom that looks really nice. Proportions are right, the perimeter disc brakes keep the wheels open and it looks like he even used the old Vincent gauges. And how about the back tire? Can't be more than a 200, if that. Nice. There's no other info about the bike on his site but there are quite a few more detail photos.
Just one more indication that the 10 foot long chrome and billet street art is dying in favor of bikes you can actually ride. I like it.
Link: Matt Hotch Designs
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