Red Hot Chili Customs (RHCC) is Polish bike shop that’s been quietly building, restoring and Frankenstein-ing bikes for a number of years. Their latest creation, dubbed Claus, combines parts and disparate styles from a number of manufacturers to create greater than the sum of its parts. As you’ll most likely notice from the engine and frame setup, Claus is based on a low slung, tank focused Honda CX500. The traditionally bright tank has been given a raw metal finish complete with brown leather strap detailing that matches the custom RHCC seat and hand-wrapped grips. In terms of the suspension and ride quality, those have been upgraded with the forks of a GSX-R 1000 K4 and Kenda Big Block tires. The build is capped off with a caged headlamp, Motone switches, Daytona Velona speedo and Tarozzi footpegs. All things considered, it’s one more hit in a long line of great RHCC creations.