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Time for a short throwback on April with an overview of some outstanding custom bikes around the web. 2 BMW’s, a Harley and a Triumph. Let’s start with one of the best bikes we found; a BMW R nineT by Diamond Atelier:

BMW R nineT by Diamond Atelier

Diamond Atelier is one of the rising stars in the custom motorcycle scene. They’ve blasted me out of my chair last year with their amazing BMR R100R, which was only their 4th build. This bike made it number 4 on our Top 10 Custom Motorcycles of 2015. So expectations where high on their next creation. For “DA#4” they’ve used a BMW R nineT and delivered another distinctive machine. I don’t want to run ahead, but this is bike could be listed in the top 10 of this year. [read more]

BMW R NineT Diamond Atelier

BMW R1200R Café Racer / Fighter by VTR Customs

VTR Customs from Switzerland is known for their great work on BMW’s and it seems that they have a slight preference for the already legendary R NineT (check out this cool R NineT Café Racer build by them). So to add a little variety in their builds they took another base bike. Since VTR Customs is a part of an official BMW dealership, they took another bike from this stable; the BMW R1200R. [read more]

BMW R1200R Cafe Racer 4

Harley Sportster Café Racer by Ardent Motorcycles

This beauty is built by Ardent Motorcycles. Founder Curtis Miller has worked as “an artist” the last 30 years, mainly fabricating custom furniture. His background as artist and motorcycle enthusiast made him decide to build custom motorcycles. [read more]

Harley Sportster Cafe Racer

Triumph Bonneville by Macco Motors

Macco Motors from Spain is known for their lover for Triumphs. They’ve built several cool interpretations of the Bonneville range and every bike is something special. This one is called “The Wasp”

“I guess it’s obvious why we named it The Wasp,” says Macco’s Jose and Tito. “Yes, it’s yellow and black. But there’s a little more to it. In Spanish, her name is actually ‘The Muddy Wasp,” as the bike kind of emerged from the dirt to become something really striking and powerful.

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The Wasp Bonneville by Macco

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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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Time for a short throwback on April with an overview of some outstanding custom bikes around the web. 2 BMW’s, a Harley and a Triumph. Let’s start with one of the best bikes we found; a BMW R nineT by Diamond Atelier:

BMW R nineT by Diamond Atelier

Diamond Atelier is one of the rising stars in the custom motorcycle scene. They’ve blasted me out of my chair last year with their amazing BMR R100R, which was only their 4th build. This bike made it number 4 on our Top 10 Custom Motorcycles of 2015. So expectations where high on their next creation. For “DA#4” they’ve used a BMW R nineT and delivered another distinctive machine. I don’t want to run ahead, but this is bike could be listed in the top 10 of this year. [read more]

BMW R NineT Diamond Atelier

BMW R1200R Café Racer / Fighter by VTR Customs

VTR Customs from Switzerland is known for their great work on BMW’s and it seems that they have a slight preference for the already legendary R NineT (check out this cool R NineT Café Racer build by them). So to add a little variety in their builds they took another base bike. Since VTR Customs is a part of an official BMW dealership, they took another bike from this stable; the BMW R1200R. [read more]

BMW R1200R Cafe Racer 4

Harley Sportster Café Racer by Ardent Motorcycles

This beauty is built by Ardent Motorcycles. Founder Curtis Miller has worked as “an artist” the last 30 years, mainly fabricating custom furniture. His background as artist and motorcycle enthusiast made him decide to build custom motorcycles. [read more]

Harley Sportster Cafe Racer

Triumph Bonneville by Macco Motors

Macco Motors from Spain is known for their lover for Triumphs. They’ve built several cool interpretations of the Bonneville range and every bike is something special. This one is called “The Wasp”

“I guess it’s obvious why we named it The Wasp,” says Macco’s Jose and Tito. “Yes, it’s yellow and black. But there’s a little more to it. In Spanish, her name is actually ‘The Muddy Wasp,” as the bike kind of emerged from the dirt to become something really striking and powerful.

[read more]

The Wasp Bonneville by Macco

By Published On: May 2, 2016Categories: Bikes of the Month0 Comments on Bikes of the Month – April2.1 min readViews: 522

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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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