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So, that was the first month of 2016! A good moment to look back and see which custom motorcycles stood. Not only bikes featured here, but also on fellow blogs. This month we’ve selected two BMW R NineT’s, a Honda CB750, a Honda Scrambler and an Indian Scout.

BMW R NineT Café Racer by Clutch Custom Motorcycles

BMW R NineT Clutch Custom (1)Altough the BMW R NineT is a real modern café racer, it looks a bit big and bulky. So Willie Knoll from Clutch Custom Motorcycles (from Paris) had a clear idea for this build: “The idea with this build,was to create something classy but aggressive. A bike that runs great, with great lines and big attention to details”. 

The result is one of the best looking R NineT’s we’ve ever seen. Before the photoshoot and the story was posted on BikeEXIF, we already saw that this was one of a kind. No wonder that Facebook and Instagram exploded since the pictures where released. Awesome bike. [read more]

Indian Scout Boardtracker

Indian Scout BoardtrackerBuilt for the “Project Scout”, a worldwide contest for the best custom Indian Scout (model 2016), this beautiful Indian Scout Boardtracker was created by a Canadian Indian dealer.

This bike is a real tribute to the early day’s when Indian ruled the world with their boardtrackers. [read more]

Honda CB750 “The Russian” by Thirteen and Company

CB750 thirteenWith so many custom Honda CB’s out there, it’s hard to build something different. The guys from Thirteen & Company must be looking to Mad Max a lot, because this crazy CB750 has a real post apocalyptic look and odd styling.

Added some USSR styling elements and rusty looks and there it is: a ’72 CB750 called “The Russian”. [read more]

Honda CB250 Twin Scramber by Ed Turner

Honda Scrambler by ed Turner 2A real ghost build: the only things we know are that this is an amazing scrambler, based on a Honda CB250 Twin and that is (probably) built by Ed Turner. No story, no list of specs. Just a serie of great pics.

[read more]

 

BMW R NineT Custom by VTR

BMW R NineT Custom by VTRAnother custom R NineT… This brutal creation comes from Switzerland and is built by VTR Customs, a little crew of 3 BMW fanatics.

It’s called the “Coffee Low Fat”, considering that this bike is a café racer with a big low and “fat” rear wheel & tire.

[read more]
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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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So, that was the first month of 2016! A good moment to look back and see which custom motorcycles stood. Not only bikes featured here, but also on fellow blogs. This month we’ve selected two BMW R NineT’s, a Honda CB750, a Honda Scrambler and an Indian Scout.

BMW R NineT Café Racer by Clutch Custom Motorcycles

BMW R NineT Clutch Custom (1)Altough the BMW R NineT is a real modern café racer, it looks a bit big and bulky. So Willie Knoll from Clutch Custom Motorcycles (from Paris) had a clear idea for this build: “The idea with this build,was to create something classy but aggressive. A bike that runs great, with great lines and big attention to details”. 

The result is one of the best looking R NineT’s we’ve ever seen. Before the photoshoot and the story was posted on BikeEXIF, we already saw that this was one of a kind. No wonder that Facebook and Instagram exploded since the pictures where released. Awesome bike. [read more]

Indian Scout Boardtracker

Indian Scout BoardtrackerBuilt for the “Project Scout”, a worldwide contest for the best custom Indian Scout (model 2016), this beautiful Indian Scout Boardtracker was created by a Canadian Indian dealer.

This bike is a real tribute to the early day’s when Indian ruled the world with their boardtrackers. [read more]

Honda CB750 “The Russian” by Thirteen and Company

CB750 thirteenWith so many custom Honda CB’s out there, it’s hard to build something different. The guys from Thirteen & Company must be looking to Mad Max a lot, because this crazy CB750 has a real post apocalyptic look and odd styling.

Added some USSR styling elements and rusty looks and there it is: a ’72 CB750 called “The Russian”. [read more]

Honda CB250 Twin Scramber by Ed Turner

Honda Scrambler by ed Turner 2A real ghost build: the only things we know are that this is an amazing scrambler, based on a Honda CB250 Twin and that is (probably) built by Ed Turner. No story, no list of specs. Just a serie of great pics.

[read more]

 

BMW R NineT Custom by VTR

BMW R NineT Custom by VTRAnother custom R NineT… This brutal creation comes from Switzerland and is built by VTR Customs, a little crew of 3 BMW fanatics.

It’s called the “Coffee Low Fat”, considering that this bike is a café racer with a big low and “fat” rear wheel & tire.

[read more]
By Published On: February 1, 2016Categories: Bikes of the Month0 Comments on Bikes of the Month – January 20162.3 min readViews: 401

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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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