Here’s a superb restoration project of a 1930′s K.J Henderson motorcycle incorporating both art-deco and steampunk features. So superb, in fact, the project made us veer from our usual hacks and stop by to take a look. Check out more information about the project and high-res photos below or on the project page.
The bike was originally built in 1936 and was customized from a 1930 K.J Henderson. Though the vintage bike looks a bit bulky, it packs an inline four cylinder engine. The freshly restored bike was the star attraction at the Rhinebeck Grand National Meet. It’s a credit to the skill of the restorer who made it ride worthy and got the much deserved eyeballs in the process.