H Garage Has Transformed This Honda Valkyrie
This big bruiser went on a diet and built up some muscle.
Someone I know used to call his Honda Valkyrie the “Hondasaurus.” We ribbed him by calling it the “Hondapotamus” instead. No matter how you slice it, the Valk is a big heavy power cruiser and is not ashamed about it. One particular 2014 Valkyrie, however, has gotten a complete makeover at the hands of H Garage, as well as a serious diet.
scott halbleib, owner of H garage, has taken a 2014 honda valkyrie and transformed it into a stylishly-shelled streetfigher, simply named the ‘valkyrie streetfighter’. made as a client request, the custom motorcycle features a design almost befitting of robocop with uniform muscularity and two-tone gloss grey and satin black colorway.
to start with, the original honda’s stock frame, wheels and suspension remain untouched whilst the body was completely removed. the beefy fuel tank’s factory cell also remains but a fabricated shell has been welded on top along with a flush mounted filler cap and commercial grade fuel hose. on the side, a pair of panels sit soundly leading up to the seat. then, at the rear, the tail ends past the axle in classic H garage fashion.
at the front and rear, the H garage honda ‘valkyrie streetfighter’ features twin LED lights with integrated turn signals for a clean finish. the front also now includes low biltwell handlebars equipped with new grips and mirrors. the rear utlizes capped borla dual inlet tips with tubing welded and angled to ensure they are parallel with the bike and control the sound of its 1832cc flat six engine. to finish, the rider sits upon a shaped and sanded seat upholstered by mike brewer.
original manufacturer: honda
original model: valkyrie
original production release: 2014
custom manufacturer: H garage
custom model: valkyrie streetfighter
engine: 1832cc flat six