French customizers PRAËM are proud to present their first-ever custom creation, the PRAËM SP3. A one-of-a-kind Honda VTR 1000 RC51 SP2, this particular machine won the SBK championship in 2000 and finished second in the points in 2001, both times with legendary motorcycle racer Collin Edwards.

The high-powered SP3 features a magnesium and aluminum engine that cranks out 165 horsepower, Öhlins suspension, Brembo breaks and lightweight Rotobox carbon fiber wheels. The rear cylinder has been built to prevent overheating thanks to the large fuel tank cutout, while the frame notes construction from stainless steel and brushed aluminum.

The coolest feature of the bike, though, has to be the integrated Tag Heuer Monaco Calibre 11 on the SP3 tank. They deliberately chosen to integrate the complete watch (with strap) in its support to keep it wearable when the rider is not on the machine.

For more on PRAËM and their new and impressive SP3, visit their website. This particular motorcycle is set to be auctioned off in Paris on February 4.

Also, for a recent '80s-flavored custom bike, take a look at Autofabrica's new Type 10 creation.

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