‘Future Storm’ Is the Custom Honda Straight Off the Set of 'Tron'

The future is now.
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The Honda Hawk GT NT650 was a circa 1990 entry-level V-twin sportbike that paved the way for the long-running favorite Suzuki SV650.

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With its massive aluminum perimeter frame and single-sided swingarm, the NT650 possesses the fundamenals of a serious sportbike, but with little enough power that it is a benign ride.

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In other markets Honda offered an even less powerful 400 cc version of the NT, and that was the foundation of K-Speed’s 'Future Storm' custom machine.

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A shortened custom tail section makes Future Storm a single-seater, exposing the beefy rear tire, shock/spring assembly and single-sided swingarm.

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Unique fabricated shrouds over the front forks lend the bike a futuristic Tron aesthetic. This silver bodywork contrasts to the blacked-out frame, swingarm and engine, which would usually gleam in polished aluminum.

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Naturally, Motogadget supplies the minimialist lights and instruments.

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The best park of Future Storm’s mods is that they are equally applicable to the bigger U.S.-spec NT650, so your version of this rad ride can be more muscular.  

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h/t: DesignBoom