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Summer is on and the motorcycle season is on full throttle here in the Netherlands (in between the rain…). In the bikes of the month for July we have: 2 KTM’s, 2 BMW’s and a Ducati/Cagiva.
BMW R100R Café Racer by Curteskin Atelier
A couple of weeks ago I was looking into one of the many cafe racer groups online and I stumbled upon a cool BMW R100R Cafe Racer posted by Paulo Pereira from Portugal. I instantly fell in love with his bike, and so did others regarding to the many likes and share’s I got on our Facebook page when reposting the bike.
It was clear that Paulo was inspired by the BMW R100R from Diamond Atelier, one of my personal favorites and ranked #4 in the top 10 of custom motorcycles of 2015… [read more]
KTM RC8 by Deus Ex Machina
To be honest: I hope for a lot more custom KTM’s to come by. So I was really glad that the legends of Deus Ex Machina took a KTM RC8 (!) and turned it into a really bad ass “Supermoto Streetfighter”… [read more]
KTM 390 Duke “Urban” by Bendita Macchina
Bendita Macchina from São Paulo, Brazil, is specialized in building one-off, small displacement bikes. This KTM 390 is in one of the bigger machines the crew worked on. The owner bought this bike and directly handed over the keys to the guys of Bendita Macchina. The assignment? “Make it less plastic and create a more modern classic”…[read more]
Ducati 350 “Pantah” by Capêlos Garage
A healthy mix between a Ducati and a Cagiva, built by Nuno Capêlo from Capêlos Garage. A beautiful, minimalistic design with a clear focus on displaying the engine of this machine. One of the best bikes we saw on the last Bike Shed London show… [read more]
BMW R nineT “Snickers” by Onehandmade
This creation is built by Onehandmade from Taipei, China. The owner of the bike didn’t really know what he wanted, he just wanted a “Onehandmade bike”. So if I tell you that this bike was inspired by a Snickers chocolate bar, you think I’m crazy? Read the full feature on Bike EXIF… [read more]