We all love a nice bike – they’re loud, fast, and make you look like a movie hero (sometimes). Or better yet, they can get you to point B, as efficiently as possible, quick and cheap.
Ryders Islamabad has something else in mind. Its newly-imported Honda Gold Wing can do much more than just being loud, fast, and heroic. It has some cool-looking mods, that completely transformed it into a five-wheel giant thing that looks nothing like a motorcycle.
This 2014 Honda Gold Wing has been customized with parts worth a whopping $22,010 – in addition to the bike’s original price – and looks more like an outdoor caravan than any bike.
It packs all the goodies you can find in a luxury car. There’s a Prowler RT Trike Kit worth $16,000, $500 leather seats, modified internals and footrest, a cargo trailer, cobra exhausts, you name it.
The stock model itself is quite the beauty. Packing a powerful 1800cc engine, giant body, and a comfy chassis, the Honda Gold Wing is a touring motorcycle that is in production since 1974. Such bikes are used by travelers to cover long-distance routes, as they have been designed to run comfortably, and resiliently on most types of roads.
This is how the stock version looks like:
As for the modified Gold Wing that was brought to Pakistan by Ryders Islamabad, it’s mods are easily one of the most expensive ones done on a bike in the country.
Image source: Ryders