This fire custom motorcycle has a Lamborghini V12 engine

  • This custom bike features a Lamborghini Espada V12 engine
  • It is made by a well-known petrolhead from Georgia, USA
  • Powered by the V12 engine, the bike has a top speed of 140mph

Published on Jul 10, 2024 at 1:20 PM (UTC+4)
by Nalin Rawat

Last updated on Jul 10, 2024 at 1:35 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Tom Wood

Motorheads always love a custom bike, but this one has something quite unique that makes it stand out from the rest — a Lamborghini V12 engine.

Yes, you heard that right, this custom bike has a lamborghini V12 engine that could produce upto 350-400 hp in its stock form.

If you live in Georgia, you might even see this monster of a motorcycle driving down a road.

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Custom bike with a Lamborghini V12 engine

Built by Chuck Beck, a well-known petrolhead from Georgia, the custom bike uses a Lamborghini Espada V12 engine.

The bike was first spotted back in 2014 during a meet at Cars and Coffee Alpharetta in the US. 

This is not the first time, we have seen a bike powered by car engine or a plane engine for that matter, but this custom bike is truly something special.

Beck built the car using a Lamborghini V12 engine, gifted by a friend and gave it a second life.

He worked on the custom bike over a summer when his wife was out of town.

Beck also had to build an entirely new custom-built motorcycle frame to house the masssive engine.

He also coupled the Lamborghini V12 engine with a Volkswagen Type 3 transaxle.

Despite the V12 engine, the bike only has a top speed of 225 km/h (140 mph), which is quite impressive considering its on a two-wheeler.

Each part of the bike is also custom made down to the fairings, lights, and even the seats.

It is also easily one of the craziest custom-built vehicles in the world.

Chuck Beck’s V12 Motorcycle

The custom bike was also featured in a Caffeine & Octane, where they interviewed Chuck about his awesone creation.

“Once you’re up and moving it handles pretty much like any motorcycle would,” Beck said in the video.

“It goes without saying I’m kind of proud of the way it turned out. It’s been a crowd-pleaser anywhere it’s gone,” he added.

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Nalin Rawat

Nalin started his career by working with various national newspapers in India. He has also worked as a writer/editor for many popular websites, while still pursuing his journalism and mass communication degree. Working as a digital nomad has allowed him to inform and educate through his work. When he is not writing, you can find him playing video games or travelling the mountains on his bike.