10 Best Shed Builds 2017

As promised in the beginning of 2017, we’ve reserved more space for shed builds. Of course, we L-O-V-E all those professional builds, but we also think that individual builders deserve a spot to highlight their work. For the occasion, we’ve made a list of the 10 best shed builds we’ve found in 2017. We’ve not limited the list of builds only we featured here, we’ve also looked to other leading blogs about custom bikes.

So scroll down and check out the bikes that are built by guys like you and me! Click on the images to read more about the bike, the challenges the builders faced and of course; more images.

PS. Just like the 21 best customs of 2017, this is a completely subjective list. We’re not biased by Honda, but this seemed to be the most popular brand to pick as a base bike among shed builders.

#1: Yamaha SR400 by Joseph Savor

SR500 Custom 8

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#2: Suzuki GS750 by Michiel van Son

Suzuki GS750 Cafe Racer John Player Special (8)

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#3: Honda CB750 by Bryan Moses

CB750 Cafe

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#4: Yamaha XJR1300 by Dawid Kazmierkowski

Yamaha XRJ1300 Cafe Racer (3)

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#5: BMW R80RT by Mark Ceilinger

R80RT Cafe

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#6: Honda CB200 by Chris Tope

Honda CB200T Brat

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#7: Honda NX650 by Martin Kvarnhult

Honda NX650 Scrambler

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#8: Honda CX500 by Will Nicholson

Honda CX500 Bratstyle 10

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#9: Honda CB550 by Eli Carver

Honda CB550 Brat Cafe

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#10: Honda CB750 by Fre Fonteyne and Karel Willems

Honda CB750

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By Published On: January 12, 2018Categories: Articles, Bratstyle, Cafe Racer, Other Customs, Scrambler, Tracker0 Comments on 10 Best Shed Builds of 2017Tags: , , 1.6 min readViews: 384

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About the Author: Ron Betist

Ron Betist grew up with motorcycles with a father heading the Amsterdam motorcycle police force. He has been riding (legally) for over 40 years and motorcycles are his true passion. With a life-long career in marketing and sales he has a huge international network. He joined as a contributor at BikeBrewers in 2017 to spread his word about bikes with the rest of the world.

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