Honda Valkyrie Streetfighter is the ideal date night muscle bike. Well they say, if there was ever a custom tricked-out ride, it’d be H Garage’s Honda Valkyrie. The custom designs that come out of his Louisville, Kentucky-based H Garage have been acclaimed high. Starting with a heavyweight 2014 Honda Valkyrie, he undressed the bike down to its bare bones.

Well, the original fuel cell was remained same, with a new tank cover modeled in clay and paper before being finalized in steel. The seat and tail section of Honda Valkyrie Streetfighter were replaced with custom parts and vertical LED headlights. And that gives the bike and builds an aggressive approach.

Honda Valkyrie Streetfighter

Talking about the design of this custom bike, the subframe was shortened and re-braced. The designer Scott added in a Power Commander for the engine, and provides it a Speed Cell battery. Honda Valkyrie Streetfighter has flat six 1832cc engine.  And the designer added a Borla dual inlet tips for the muffler, which were capped, hole-sawed, and given new tubing.

The prominent radiator surrounds were made with an eye to the overall design while incorporating new stainless steel tubing. With this build, Scott has taken the Valkyrie from being a modern cruiser to an impressive, futuristic naked Streetfighter.

On the other hand, the front fender was stretched and modified, adding new mounts. The saddle was a custom job by Mike Brewer. And to top it off, the Streetfighter was given a classy two-tone gloss grey and satin black paint job.

More subtle is the shortened sub-frame, radiator covers, and custom leather seat. The rider also gets low-rise Biltwell handlebars and new grips, mirrors, and foot-pegs. He replaced the mufflers with Borla tips and found that the catalytic converter did a great job of quieting the beast all by itself. The shortened exhaust shows off the custom single-sided swingarm, as well as the back wheel boasting a large 180-width tire.