The past few days, we’ve taken the opportunity to discover some of the best retro custom bikes available. There was the Federal Moto Two Scoops, a Zephyr 750 by November Customs, and the Vagabund Moto V11. Each one is proudly showcasing notable brands such as Honda, Kawasaki, and BMW respectively. It made us want to experience more, so we continued our search and luckily struck gold all over again. This time, we have not one, but two awesome rides—the Yamaha Virago XV920 Café Fighters from Moose MotoDesign.

Forgive the mouthful, but as you can see, these machines are a perfect pair that just scream for attention. Under the expert hands, of Tom Moose, the two bikes ooze with personality, yet it’s better with the presence of the other. Just like a band that broke up and still do great as solo artists, nothing can replicate their stage presence when together.

The donor bikes are both vintage models from 1982 and 1983 with several alterations on board. These include Tokico brake calipers alongside custom disk brakes, MV Agusta Sachs rear shocks, and a whole lot more. According to Tom, each one represents two sides of the coin just like good and evil. In our opinion, both are equally, hence should always remain a pair.

The choices of muted colors match perfectly side-by-side and it would be a shame to see one without the other. It’s an uncommon encounter to have restomods like the Yamaha Virago XV920 Café Fighters form Moose MotorDesign. Nevertheless, it just proves that the best things usually come in twos.

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