Always build in CAPITALS!
Our friends from the Polish outfit have every right to write their company name in capitals.
But just as much to use the capital ‘T’ indicating their latest build!
The creativity of this gang from the Southwest of Poland is extraordinary. The bikes that leave the UNIKAT 1/1 Motorworks shop share one common denominator; the unparalleled eye for detail and the unique design making it really stand out from the crowd.
It had been a while since we wrote about the builds by the Wroclaw crew.
The subject at the time was a BMW K1100.
Again the brand from Bayern was used to showcase his creative taken on things. It made us very happy to receive news from Grzegorz Korczak earlier this week announcing the birth of the UNIKAT RnineT Beemer.
There are many ways to build a ‘head turning’ bike. But when it is done with a clear aim for perfection it just adds so much joy for the eye. From the rims to the leather grips, everything is in balance and increases to the power of its design.
Making new friends with a bike like this is not going to be hard. But the bad news for prospective lady pillion riders is that there is no pillion to ride on and the Polish team removed the passenger foot pegs as well.
Virtually designed, hand crafted
A trained cinematographer, Grzegorz uses his skills from this profession to fire his passion in the ironmongers workshop. All designs are conceived in the virtual world.
He sets out on each designing journey behind the screen of his powerful computers.
Once satisfied with the composition on the screen the builder and his crew set out to bending the pixels into proper steel images. Every bit of the build has been well thought through. The direction is clear and the results picture perfect.
Why spend many words describing this dream baby when the pictures can do all the talking?
Feast your eyes and spark your fantasy.
scope of changes:
• belly pan from AC Schnitzer,
• LSL drag bar,
• m.balze disc turn signals,
• m.viev race mirrors,
• short levers from Womet-Tech,
• handmade leather grips with gold thread,
• black leather seat with gold thread,
• trifunctional LED strip (rear light, STOP, turn signals) mount on handcrafted bracket,
• handcrafted licence plate holder,
• removed passenger foot pegs,
• powder coating (exhaust, cam covers, bar risers, parts of subframe, etc.),
• paint job of front mudguard, windshield, tank, belly pan, seat cowl and rear rim.