When you get down to brass tacks, being a bike customiser really is all about the metal. Whether you're welding it, grinding it, or shaving it off on a lathe, it's the way you use it that makes or breaks a great design. Some like it seamlessly smooth and reflective like a B-29 bomber. Some like it matt black like a charcoal cat hunting in the night, and some prefer it rough and corroded so it looks like it's 1000 years old. But which ever way you cut it, the more you love it and understand it, the better your handwork is going to look. Retro Moto's Junior Burrell is a guy that clearly loves the stuff, which was immediately obvious when we first saw this, his latest build. The wealth of intricate details, handmade parts, and array of different patinas says it in spades. If you love metal, we're guessing you'll love this bike.