‘Retrorides By Lourenço’, who have a 30-year history of designing and building award-winning custom motorcycles, have decided to follow their desire to play their part in creating a cleaner and smarter future for humanity, and founded RTR Electric motorcycles. Their first model, the 799e, is an electric scrambler targeted at urban use. Its design is inspired by the iconic Scramblers of the 1970s - and it looks the part!
The Royal Enfield Super Meteor is a retro cruiser – with all the cruiser characteristics you might expect – low seat, hourglass shape seen from above, large tank, forward controls, high and wide handlebars. You sit upright with your arms and legs stretched forward. Not really familiar for a sportsbike rider like myself, but I have to admit, it’s comfortable and allows you to keep riding all day long!
The new Royal Enfield HNTR350, aiming to win over a younger audience With this model, Royal Enfield tries to make motorcycling and commuting by motorcycle accessible and attractive to a younger audience. Think new riders, students, young working professionals, perhaps even as a second, lighter motorcycle. The lines remind […]
True American iron Over the past few years we have been riding a number of Indians, from the exciting FTR up to the impressive Chief last Summer. With the Autumn in full swing, we thought it would be apt to try out some big bikes in the month of November 2021. We […]
Triumph goes electric in style Project Triumph TE-1 has just been revealed in completed prototype form. To get to this stage Triumph Motorcycles set up a collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE), Integral Powertrain Ltd, and WMG at the University of Warwick. The project is funded by the Office for Zero […]
Faster, lighter & meaner Custom bikes will always at the core of BikeBrewers existence. But almost every custom art piece spawns from something that was produced by a motorcycle manufacturer. We feel it is only right to occasionally highlight new models we consider to be cool enough to be seen among […]
The Roll Royce of motorcycles Every serious motorcyclist will have heard the name at one point in his life: ‘Brough Superior’. George Brough was the son of William Brough, an English motorcycle producer who had been building motorbikes in England since the turn of the century. But growing up between motorcycle […]
Road tested; Indian Springield Custom bikes are always at the center of BikeBrewers’ attention. But almost every custom art piece spawns from something that was produced by a motorcycle manufacturer. We feel it is only right to occasionally highlight new models we consider to be cool enough to be seen among […]