‘91 Honda Dominator — Anvil Motociclette Pipeburn.com

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‘91 Honda Dominator – Anvil

Of all the strange and wonderful donor you could pick for a custom it’s hard to think of one trumps the indefeasibly popular Dominator. In orginal form, its is a rather alarming mix of awkward mouldings and 80s graphic styling – as if a Duran album cover and a praying mantis had somehow to produce a freakish love

Which makes the production of any bike out of its freakish lines a skilled accomplishment in our books. Cue the build from our favourite Italians, the alarmingly Rock’n’Roll and Phonz with their Dominator named “Madunassa”.

“We with a Honda Dominator ‘91 that was supplied by the customer, a pilot. As soon as we saw the bike we got our in her hair (don’t you just Italian?), and we realised it was a really challenge to try and come up with beautiful from this model. We were inspired by the motocross bikes of the 70s, and there we started our Dominator

“The bike has been gutted, starting from the that have been with motard wheels, instead of the stock we used Continental TKC 80s. The rear has been redone from in order to get the line that we so we added a rear fender of aluminum and a small light The saddle is handmade in cowhide our ‘classic’ stitching pattern.”

“The exhaust has been with a new 2 into 1. The sideboards add a touch and the number is not random, but is the owner’s age. The tank was in a flea market; we’re not where it’s from. The have been replaced renthal unit. And obviously the and rear shock were and calibrated too.”

“The muddy shot taken last weekend the bike was used for a 70km ride between Bobbio and the Passo del Penice. The has quite a heavy wrist!” del Penice? Heavy wrist?

“Madunassa is just an expression the customer said as he saw the bike for the time, so we decided to use it.” The didn’t offer up any more on the phrase than that, but that there was probably a more to it, we hit up our resident Italiano Francesco. “It’s a dialect the north,” he chuckled. “It means mother Mary’ and it’s as an exclamation, like ‘oh my God!’ You looking at the bike in the photos, I of see what the customer was getting at.

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