The Musket, a ground up build from Hazan Motorworks, might be the most gorgeous motorcycle we’ve ever seen. After drooling over the handmade 1,000cc Musket V-twin engine (hand-carved from wood, hand-cast at a foundry and then hand-machine by Aniket Vardhan), Max Hazan built an entire bike around it. Sweeping aluminum tank and fender made from scratch. Bearing bronze shocks and sections of fork springs with smaller valve springs inside them. Walnut wood seat. Antigravity battery that was cut up and rearranged inside the fuel tank. The only parts on the bike that were purchased? Tires, wheels and headlight. Every other part of the bike was made by hand. The only problem with this gorgeous intersection of art, ride, craftsmanship and baby is the fact that it was already sold.