Death Machines of London is a bike builder that requires next to no introduction around these parts because their work stands on its own merits. The Airforce bike. The UYC (aka Up Yours Copper) bike. The Moto Guzzi Airtail bike. The latest, most fantastical creation to come out of the Death Machines of London shop is the Kenzo, a 1977 Honda Gold Wing GL1000 that was built and inspired by a samurai general’s armor and named after a pioneering Japanese Isle of Man TT racer, Kanzo. It’s sleek. It’s stylish. It’s built as a nod to the past while being combined with all of the modern manufacturing techniques and precision engineering that make bikes better. It’s filled with tiny details from the instrumentation and the hand-crafted speedometer that set it apart from all other bikes. Combine all of that with an entirely unique body, modern LED lighting and state-of-the-art performance and you have a recipe for a bike that’s as fun to ride as it is to admire. The Death Machines of London Kenzo Motorcycle will be available for $75,000 at some point in the near future. Quantities or availability haven’t been confirmed, so if you want one, you better get your name on the list now.