The Devil Is Alive – Meet This Mean Custom Two-wheeler By BENEMOTH

Benemoth custom motorcycle

If we were supposed to pick up a bike for the ‘Ghost rider’ that would be this one. It’s one unique piece of art designed and built by the team of Benemoth. If you don’t what is ‘Benemoth’ – that is a Polish metal master team. Benemoth with the help of Game Over Cycles managed to create this notorious custom bike. The final result is one insane and mean two-wheeler

This stunning custom bike is really breath-taking and it looks like it is brought from another planet. The initial idea of Stanislaw who is the founder of Game Over Cycles, was to create something that will mix the world of motorcycles with the music world. He had something in his mind that is now a real one of a kind motorcycle. Good job!

Benemoth, the Polish metal masters managed to build this stunning custom bike with the help of Game Over Cycles. The bike is really breath-taking and it looks like it was taken out from some apocalyptic movie. Stanislaw, the founder of GOC, said that he has always wanted to join the world of motoring with the world of music

They key words that describe this creature are powerful and dark, just like the Benemoth’s music. Monster rear tire, RevTech 110” engine, and back air suspension are just some of the amazing features of this thing.  Now, who doesn’t want to get behind the wheel of this bike?

Have you ever listened to the Benemoth’s music? If you have never listened to it, then play something and try to describe it with two words. You could use the same two words to describe the motorcycle – dark and powerful. When you see it for the first time you will pay attention on the monster rear tire. The motorcycle is painter in black matte.

What we have to run this notorious custom bike is RevTech 110” engine installed. There is something really unique here – back air suspension.

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