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The Honda ‘Couch Surfer’

Unless your home has ever been flooded, you’ll know that couch surfing rarely requires water.

It’s just a phrase. A cool phrase. The kind of cool phrase used to describe an act of schlepping around friends’ houses and living like an absolute champ, and why Canada’s Federal Moto have borrowed it to describe their latest work of automotive art.

After all, the young chap who ordered it “lives, works and parties downtown,” according to the design outfit’s Shaun Brand, who explained the ruggedly zippy bike’s unusual moniker to speaking to Bike Efix.

And there’s certainly something of a battered and comfy look to the bike, as we can see above. It's the company’s second build based on a vintage 1974 Honda CB360 tracker and reworked using a full engine, new headlights, mini speedometer, rear lighting set, Bridgestone tires and a scrambler exhaust.

As yet no word on price though it might be a while before we see a bike as splendid.

Your move, couches.

Federalmoto.com