Running a store from the shed We have been following Ferry Westerlaken for quite some time now. Not so much for his wrenching skills, but more from a business perspective. He runs ace-caferacerparts, an online shop from his hometown Dussen in the Netherlands, where you can buy lots of interesting … [Read more...] about An Ace From Dussen
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Submission by Pablo from Three Stone Cycles, an amateur builder from Spain: The donor is a 2006 Honda CB600 Hornet. We were looking for a clean and straight line but without neglecting the original sporty character of this bike. It was completely dismantled, the engine and the chassis were … [Read more...] about Honda CB600 Cafe Racer by Three Stone Cycles
Cool submission from Mario Deusen from Germany of a rare custom built MZ Skorpion. Words by Mario: I screw on motorcycles as long as I can remember. First the moped Simson S51 then the MZ ES250 / 2 with sidecar from my father. It continued with an AWO 425 (Bikers News April edition 1992), … [Read more...] about MZ Scorpion by Mario Deuse
Earlier this year John also submitted a custom CX500 and he seemed to get the hang of it by submitting another one. Words by John: I found this bike for sale in the inner city, where it seems to be in good shape but it had the usual hacked up additions like new led turn signals and a skull rear … [Read more...] about Honda CX500 by John Thompson (2)
Sometimes you come across bikes that just put the hook in you. Christian Forward’s 1994 Triumph Trident is definitely one of those builds that brings out the greed in me. Everything inside me screams “I want it!’. I can hardly imagine anyone disagreeing with me after perusing the pictures. This bike … [Read more...] about Triumph Trident Done Right