We’ve covered plenty of stripped down, murdered out and mean bikes over the years, but none of them quite fit the same aesthetic you’ll find in a bike from Arizona-based Droog Moto. Described by the brand as “modern machines with a raw and industrial design” and by everyone else as something along the lines of “post-apocalyptic style,” each one of the dozen or so bikes Droog has produced blends their unique design with performance upgrades to create a vehicle that sounds and feels as good as it looks. Case in point, the Moto 14. It began life as a Kawasaki Z1000 that had all its plastic bits ripped off in favor of the sharp, angular lines of the new metal bodywork and a much more aggressive profile. It also got a custom subframe, fuel cell, fender, exhaust and seat, along with an upgraded suspension, different handlebars and LED lighting throughout. And unlike most of the other custom motorcycles that were one-off client builds, this bike is actually for sale, and the $18,000 price tag even includes free US shipping.