The Honda NX650 Dominator was a dual-sport motorcycle manufactured by Honda from the late 80s to the early 00s that was as equally popular stock as it was a donor base for incredible builds. This 1989 Honda NX650 Dominator got a second life as the newly reborn “Alabama” from Moto Taccuino, a Sardinia-based shop that uses the proceeds of their project to fund charities and other humanitarian causes. “Alabama” boasts a Moto Guzzi Lodola tank, new subframe, scrambler-sylte saddle, single pipes, Brembo calipers, new spoked rims, custom Ohlins suspension, grilled LED headlight, custom paint and the list of new tweaks and ground-up custom pieces goes on and on and on. After being built, the bike was ridden all over the world–including during a ride from Sardinia to the Isle of Man TT–in order to raise funds for their philanthropic efforts. It looks great. It performs better. And it also raises money for causes that we should all be paying more attention to. We can’t wait to see what the brand comes up with next.