The Honda CB750 still is one of the most popular bikes for custom projects. It's a great machine, has lots of power and since the introduction back in 1969 there are thousands and thousands produced. Till date, there is a massive fan base and a huge aftermarket for parts. This bike is built by Tom, … [Read more...] about Honda CB750 Brat/Cafe by Purpose Built Moto
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The last push I needed to start with BikeBrewers.com two years ago was this amazing Honda CX500 Cafe Racer by Sacha Lakic. I think it would be a great achievement to equal a build like this, and I've always have a slight preference over custom CX500's. The bike you see right here is built by Will … [Read more...] about Honda CX500 Bratstyle by Will Nicholson
I usually complain about our six month riding season here in Holland, but when being snowed in every single year is a guarantee, it may be not so bad after all here. But when you're not able to ride due to the weather, nice things can happen in the garage. The four friends of Ironcity Motorcycle … [Read more...] about Suzuki GS1100 Brat by Ironcity
The first successful naked bikes were launched in the 70s. There was a real battle between the four big Japanese (or big four if you like ;) brands in the naked bike market. Honda had their CB-series, Kawasaki the Z-series, Suzuki the GT-series and Yamaha was pretty successful with their RD-series. … [Read more...] about Yamaha XJ1200 by Lab Motorcycle
The Honda CM-series may not be as familiar and legendary as the CB-series, but the Honda CM450 still is an interesting machine. The first bike in the CM-series was launched in 1979 and had a 395cc twin cylinder engine, which had a lot of similarities with the CB400T. But instead of two valves per … [Read more...] about Honda CM450 Custom by Hide Brussels