Game Over Cycles, the Polish company which specializes in the construction of custom motorcycles and vintage cars restoration, recently announced a collaboration with the country's veteran extreme metallers BEHEMOTH.
Behemoth Bike, as the project is initially called, is a custom motorcycle inspired by and currently being created in collaboration with BEHEMOTH, and particularly the band's leader, Adam "Nergal" Darski. The bike is planned by the designers to be a powerful dark machine with exceptional technical parameters and unprecedented ornamentation.
Construction started in January 2013. Completion of construction is scheduled for May, with plans to unveil the bike during the Impact Festival on June 4 in Lotnisko, Warsaw, Poland.
A new teaser for the Behemoth Bike can be seen below. Also available is video footage of Nergal's first test ride of the bike.
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