• By Published On: July 7, 2021

    Recently BikeBrewers were invited to a BMW Motorrad ‘Closed Room’ event. We always like secretive stuff, especially when it is organized by innovative companies from Bavaria. YEAH! After being frisked thoroughly and under the deepest secret circumstances we were led into a completely sealed off room. The only thing absent was […]

  • By Published On: June 15, 2021

    No introduction needed. It is time again for a Top 10 list, and this time we’ve decided to split it up into 2 instalments. Ladies and gentlemen, we would like to present to you, the totally arbitrary, BikeBrewers Top 10 Cafe Racers Hall of Fame: Part 1! 1. BMW R nineT […]

  • By Published On: June 2, 2021

    Dominant Boxer When BMW first launched their R nineT back in 2014, we knew that it would become an instant hit. The air-cooled boxer is gaining incredible momentum with bikers around the world. The awkwardness of the flat-twin has become the epitome of cool, and it isn’t hard to see why. […]

  • By Published On: May 25, 2021

    Not your average army green We have had a number of army men building bikes in the past. Last year we had Chris Roffey who brought us his Yamaha XJR 1300 as well as Daniel Martin and his Honda CB500T. Both servicemen are from the United Kingdom and built bikes had […]

  • By Published On: May 7, 2021

    We are starting a new item here at BikeBrewers, where we take a closer look at the people that build the motorcycles instead of focusing on 1 specific bike, we call it: Bike Builder Profile. And for the very first edition of Bike Builder Profile, we have a very special candidate […]

  • By Published On: March 30, 2021

    Two Wheels South If the name Matias Corea sounds familiar to your ears, it may be because you have heard about his story, or perhaps even read his book “Two Wheels South”. In 2016, Matias travelled 20,000 miles from New York to Ushuaia on his trusty 1983 BMW R80 G/S. This […]

  • By Published On: March 8, 2021

    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 […]

  • By Published On: October 11, 2018

    The last couple of years I’ve seen custom bike shops pop-up everywhere. Some could be classified as one-day flies, but some are definitely here to stay. Toma Customs from Brussels (Belgium) is one of the latter category. He’s delivering bike after bike (also see this and this bike from Toma Customs.)and […]

  • By Published On: July 16, 2018

    Follow my blog with Bloglovin “There’s something brewing in the State of Denmark” Our Viking friends from up North are part of a lively custom community. We got to know the protagonist of this story when he recently launched ‘Aarhus Classic Riders’. With over two hundred members from day one they […]

  • By Published On: May 29, 2018

    Where the classic airheads are a very popular base bike for building a BMW cafe racer, the search for a used bike became more difficult every day. Prices have risen to astronomical heights so builders with a tight budget had to look for other base bikes. A logic step was to […]

  • By Published On: May 17, 2018

    With a company statement of “Life is too short to ride boring motorcycles”, you’ve made a very clear statement. The guys from Elemental Custom Cycles from Germany eat, breath, and sleep custom motorcycles. With their shop, they aim to build unique, high-quality builds that not only look good but also have […]

  • By Published On: May 3, 2018

    About a year ago I’ve featured this amazing Ducati 900ss built by the Belgium crew of Deep Creek Cycleworks. At that time they were still “all about second chances”, focussing on their passion to turn old bikes back into something rideable and desirable. But with their latest build, they’ve made an […]

  • By Published On: March 21, 2018

    As proud “Dutchmen” it’s always cool to publish a cool story and pictures of a bike that comes from our home ground. And with an ever-growing custom motorcycle scene, the established workshops keep on delivering top-notch work. Regular readers already know that we have some really great pro builders here like […]

  • By Published On: March 9, 2018

    The BMW R nineT is one of those machines that can be put under the famous words “Veni, Vidi, Vici”. Right from the introduction back in 2014, it was clear that BMW aimed at a big piece of the retro bike scene as we know it today. Next to an impressive […]

  • By Published On: March 5, 2018

    A couple of weeks ago I came across a cool picture on Instagram with a cool looking custom BMW K100 and its proud owner/builder standing behind it. I instantly fell in love with the machine and contacted the guy. It was Trevor Ditson and he said that his project wasn’t finished yet. […]

  • By Published On: February 13, 2018

    I really love digital media. It has made life so much easier in many ways. Yes, I am aware of all its downsides too, but let’s stay on the positive side. Finding inspiring builds and creative builders has never been so simple. Just browse Facebook, Twitter, and all other available channels and you […]