Custom: LeoVince CRF450R

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Have you ever seen a dirt bike looks so clean, simple and striking? This Honda CRF450R was built by LeoVince to showcase its range of carbon fiber bolt-ons — sump guard, disc cover, chain guard etc — but really it’s the effect that losing the typically tacky dirt graphics and the contrast between the camo tires and white bodywork which makes this special.

In addition to the LeoVince carbon parts and titanium X3 full-system exhaust, this CRF is wearing:

Golden Tyres
Ariete handles
UFO plastics
BlackBird saddle

LeoVince

Thanks Jon B.

  • Michael

    super awesome.

  • miles_prower

    Put studs on this thing, ride across the frozen lake, get off to take a pee, turn around, and you wouldn’t be able to find it.

    • Peter

      I’ve done that exact thing with an armoured vehicle in a forrest.

  • http://bloodfalcons.blogspot.com motoguru

    How will my homies ever see my wavy rotor with all of those carbon fibers covering it!?

  • 2ndderivative

    The camo tires fill up the tacky quota all on their own.

  • ike6116

    the top looks almost like a straight line, with that seat and rear fender.

  • Greg

    Not digging the look….

    • dux

      Yep. Fairly horrible

  • JonB

    My pleasure. Thanks for the nod.

  • Lacubrious

    Pass on the CF front disc cover. The rest of it is rad.

  • seanslides

    I’m not sure how those tires work, but they certainly look neat. I’m not a fan of camo by any means, but the colors and look of mud colored tires without any actual dirty stuff is super cool.

  • David

    Oh, I do so love dirtbikes. So much easier to explore the performance envelope than a street bike.