Kyustendil, Bulgaria To our faithful followers this combination may ring a bell. It is the hometown of Ivan Mushev, the master builder of Bull Moto Custom. It was exactly a year ago BikeBrewers published the first post on one of his builds. The magnificent Honda CB 600 Hornet, followed by another … [Read more...] about 2020 Cafe Racer Fest Bulgaria – 1st edition
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Testing, testing 1, 2, 3! A little while ago we received two sets of motorcycle jeans from PANDOMOTO. As the Lithuanian based manufacturers were so kind to send us a set for men as well as for women, BikeBrewers decided to get one of our female editors involved in the test. For additional fun, … [Read more...] about PANDO MOTO goes pandemic (gear review)
Three times a winner We do not see a tremendous amount of Suzuki’s being rebuilt into memorable machines unfortunately. So when IJsselstein (near Utrecht - the Netherlands) based Walter van Elk came to us to have his 1978 Suzuki GS750 featured we happily obliged. Walter really took his time to … [Read more...] about 1978 Suzuki GS750 turns Classic Racer
Single focus JUST HALF AN HOUR further South from Alicante (Spain) there is a select group of fine gentlemen with a very singular focus; building ‘one of a kind’ motorcycles according to the highest standards. Narrowing it even further down, they only work with one single brand; … [Read more...] about Triumph Thruxton R – ‘Malasangre’ by Tamarit Motorcycles
ONCE UPON A TIME in South-Central Virginia there was a boy who was dreaming of one day building his own café racer. It was not until his 26th birthday that he managed to materialize his ambition. It was a long process in the making as Jake Wingate describes it: “I have always been … [Read more...] about From East to East – 1981 Honda CB 750K