• By Published On: April 2, 2023

    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.

  • By Published On: December 9, 2022

    A Special Story It is common for us to write about a motorcycle with a special story, and in a way, they are all very personal. Still, this might be the most special motorcycle we have covered to date. This is a story about a man that does not compromise. Controversial […]

  • By Published On: November 19, 2022

    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.

  • By Published On: November 4, 2022

    The Monkey and the Ape By now you should have a pretty good idea about who Rusty Stitches are and what they are all about. They are the David to the motorcycle riding gear industry’s Goliath. And they’ve been growing recently…fast! Although their mascot is a big hairy ape, the Rusty […]

  • By Published On: April 5, 2022

    Beautiful Monster When Ducati first launched the venerable Monster 900 back in 1993, it set the world on fire! I remember seeing it for the first time on a television program, and being blown away by the raw and ‘monstrous’ look the Bologna manufacturer managed to give to one of their […]

  • By Published On: January 7, 2022

    In 1969 when the Honda Motorcycle Company introduced to the world their CB 750, with its air-cooled, inline 4-cylinder 750cc engine, it literally blew away all the competition. Not only did they build the world’s first mass-produced superbike, but they also sold it at an affordable price point. It was called […]

  • By Published On: December 23, 2021

    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 […]

  • By Published On: October 8, 2021

    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 […]

  • By Published On: August 25, 2021

    [su_youtube url=”https://youtu.be/MhA4EafzSrM” width=”800″ title=”Rulebreaker by Moto Adonis”] History Lesson A long time ago I saw a documentary about Carl-Benz and his invention; the automobile. This is not about who invented a car with a combustion engine first, but rather the challenges and misconceptions he faced when he tried to convince the […]

  • By Published On: November 4, 2018

    ‘Crazy for building MAD stuff’ The city of Roosendaal in the south of the Netherlands harbours a small outfit run by a big (1.96m) guy. I got to know Daan Borsje a couple of years ago when we were both sitting in a jury for a build off competition. Daan is […]

  • By Published On: March 21, 2018

    As proud “Dutchmen” it’s always cool to publish a cool story and pictures of a bike that comes from our home ground. And with an ever-growing custom motorcycle scene, the established workshops keep on delivering top-notch work. Regular readers already know that we have some really great pro builders here like […]

  • By Published On: May 3, 2017

    Beautiful classic BMW K75 Cafe Racer by Moto Adonis. Personally, I’m very happy to see that the quality of builds from Holland is constantly growing. Maybe a bit biased, but I’ve featured a lot of bikes from our small country lately. We have some real great pro-builders like Ironwood, Wimoto, and […]