Trailer For BEHEMOTH Bike

Game Over Cycles, the Polish company which specializes in the construction of custom motorcycles and vintage cars restoration, has announced a collaboration with the country's veteran extreme metallers BEHEMOTH.

Commented Game Over Cycles: "This moment has finally come. We are proud to announce unique project which will combine the automotive world with the world of music. Today we officially begin construction of a custom bike endorsed by the global Polish icon of metal music — BEHEMOTH. Behemoth Bike, as the project is initially called, will be a powerful dark machine with exceptional technical parameters and unprecedented ornamentation. Completion of construction is scheduled for May."

Check out a trailer for the Behemoth Bike below.

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