Moto Adonis, the Netherlands-based custom bike workshop, has done it again with their latest build, the BMW 416 R100RS. The team transformed a stock bike into a visually stunning and great-riding custom machine, featuring a Carbonschwarz metallic 416 color, gold double striping, a GSXR front fork, Motogadget system, high-quality Renthal bars, and much more. The attention to detail and use of high-quality parts make this build a true Moto Adonis masterpiece. Check out the full article to see more of Moto Adonis' expert craftsmanship and how they turned another customer's dream bike into a reality.
Luuc Muis of LM Creations has achieved a remarkable feat with the BMW R00, creating an electric motorcycle that maintains the iconic characteristics of vintage motorcycles. Unlike other electric conversions that feature a large battery box where the engine used to reside, the R00 has a bolt-on EV drivetrain that replaces the existing crankcase while keeping the gearbox intact. This allows for a more authentic riding experience, with the ability to shift gears and experience different torque and speed sensations in each gear. The power unit is a 72V motor that can generate up to 20kW peak power and 72 Nm torque, with a max rpm of 7500. The 4.3kW 72V battery pack has a calculated urban range of 80km and weighs just 24kg, while the charger options include 1.8kW and 3.3kW 230V chargers. With its innovative design and attention to detail, the BMW R00 is a true standout in the world of electric motorcycles.
Long before BMW gained popularity as the adventure motorcyclist weapon of choice, thanks to Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman’s escapades and their Long Way-series, BMW already had a reputation for building bullet-proof adventure bikes.
We have become accustomed to the motorcycles that leave the workshop of Unikat. The Warsaw Poland based outfit have their own unique take on a number of different motorcycles. That’s why their motto is: “1-of-1”. As in, there is and will only be 1 model of each of their handcrafted machines. […]
A Different Kind of Build The 30-year-old Maarten Bressers has amazed us before with some beautiful custom BMW motorcycles. Although his preference usually went to boxer twins, the man behind Moto Rebuild decided to take a walk on the wild side, and to venture into the world of BMW inline engine […]
Humble beginnings There are BMW boxers, and then there are BMW boxers. The difference? Well, here goes. Ever since BMW introduced their famous boxer twin configuration back in the 1920’s, they kind of had a reputation of being a bit…dull. That was until they started kicking the competition’s butts in the […]
Moto Adonis We have seen a couple of incredible builds from the workshop of Moto Adonis. The Dutch builders, which consists out of Arthur Renkema and Job Leussink, have been busy the last couple of years. Who remembers the menacing Harley Davidson LiveWire? Or the BMW RnineT Girder? Only a few […]
Blackout Custom Design Somewhere in the small town of Karvina in the Czech Republic, that’s in Central Europe, is a garage which was found only a few years ago. It’s called ‘Blackout Custom Design’ and it is run by a man named Marcel Galuszka. We would like you to remember that […]
How to have fun with two bottles of Coke This must be the strangest opening I have ever used to start a review of a motorcycle. Nevertheless the first picture that popped into my head when I fired up the massive engine of the BMW R18 Transcontinental, was of me holding […]
BMW R18 – 1800cc cruiser There are moments where you see a picture of a motorcycle, and it doesn’t make you blink or think twice. Something like that happened when we saw the first pictures of the BMW R18 circulating the web; we weren’t too impressed. Another manufacturer that tips its […]
Moto Adonis This is a story about a motorcycle we saw some time ago when we last visited the workshop of Moto Adonis in the Netherlands. Back then we were covering their immaculate Harley-Davidson LiveWire project. What Arthur Renkema (owner) told us back then, was that the same customer who had […]
Recently BikeBrewers were invited to a BMW Motorrad ‘Closed Room’ event. We always like secretive stuff, especially when it is organized by innovative companies from Bavaria. YEAH! After being frisked thoroughly and under the deepest secret circumstances we were led into a completely sealed off room. The only thing absent was […]
Dominant Boxer When BMW first launched their R nineT back in 2014, we knew that it would become an instant hit. The air-cooled boxer is gaining incredible momentum with bikers around the world. The awkwardness of the flat-twin has become the epitome of cool, and it isn’t hard to see why. […]
A Photographers Eye Usually, photographers are people who manage to capture images in ways many of us can’t. At BikeBrewers we have many photographer friends, and it is safe to say that the majority of them are true artists. It never did come to our minds that photographers could have other […]
Two Wheels South If the name Matias Corea sounds familiar to your ears, it may be because you have heard about his story, or perhaps even read his book “Two Wheels South”. In 2016, Matias travelled 20,000 miles from New York to Ushuaia on his trusty 1983 BMW R80 G/S. This […]