• By Published On: May 31, 2017

    Delivering one high-quality custom motorcycle nearly every single month requires a lot of things. You need to have the right skills, know the right people and have the right friends. Jose Rosell a.k.a. XTR Pepo has it all, and he keeps delivering awesome rides. This is his last one. It’s based on […]

  • By Published On: May 9, 2017

    If you like custom BMW‘s, chances are that you already know the guys from Diamond Atelier. This relatively young custom bike shop impressed the whole scene by delivering top notch builds like this one and this one. This is their 9th build and just like DA#4, it’s based on a BMW R […]

  • By Published On: May 3, 2017

    Beautiful classic BMW K75 Cafe Racer by Moto Adonis. Personally, I’m very happy to see that the quality of builds from Holland is constantly growing. Maybe a bit biased, but I’ve featured a lot of bikes from our small country lately. We have some real great pro-builders like Ironwood, Wimoto, and […]

  • By Published On: May 2, 2017

    Kradwandler is a spin-off from the supermoto racing team of Dirk Spaniol; DSR Racing from Germany. Back in 2012 they’ve decided to start a small workshop that builds custom motorcycles under the wings of the race team. Now, five years later they’ve got a pretty cool list of custom bikes. This […]

  • By Published On: April 14, 2017

    If I say “Switzerland”, you’ll probably think: “chocolate”, “snow top mountains”, “gold” or maybe even “purple cows“. Regular readers and especially custom BMW lovers may think about VTR Customs. Certainly one of the best custom motorcycle shops in Europe. And of course, we definitely love the work of the pro’s, but in the […]

  • By Published On: April 5, 2017

    Regular readers already know the cool boy story of Ironwood Custom Motorcycles (if not, read more here). In short: owner Arjan van den Boom turned his hobby into a serious business. But if you build bikes for a living and have to maintain a couple of social media accounts with some […]

  • By Published On: April 2, 2017

    While some may have a 12 month motorcycle season, here in Holland we’re glad if we can ride 6 or 7 months a year. Of course, there are some hardcore purists who ride all year, but unless you have a Husqvarna with ski’s, I wouldn’t recommend it. But the spring kicked […]

  • By Published On: March 27, 2017

    To be honest, I have to say that bobbers are not a specific type of motorcycle that I love, but I must say that my perception slowly is changing in a positive direction. And if I take a look at the motorcycle market, I think we see a similar change in […]

  • By Published On: March 20, 2017

    VTR Customs is the in-house custom department of the official BMW dealer Stucki 2 Rad in Schmerikon, Switzerland. This independent custom shop specializes mainly in BMW conversions. No wonder that VTR Customs selected a current motorcycle from the range of models by the Bavarian manufacturer for participation in Essenza Sprints (check […]

  • By Published On: March 9, 2017

    We all dream of a scenario to turn one of our hobby(‘s) into a business or job. What is better than paying your mortgage by doing what you love? For a lot of us it will remain a dream, but not for Arjan van den Boom, the owner of Ironwood Customs […]

  • By Published On: March 2, 2017

    The custom motorcycle scene seems to be really kicking of now. In this Bikes of the Month section we have some real cool machines. Why I usually feature around 4 to 5 bikes in this section, I now had a hard time te decided which ones where in, so I’ve put […]

  • By Published On: March 1, 2017

    In October 2016 I was wondering if BMW was utilizing the strong growing cafe racer scene with the launch of their R nineT Racer. A somewhat stripped down model of the original R nineT without conventional fork suspension, cast wheels and standard four pot brake calipers. But with an awesome cool classic racer […]

  • By Published On: February 28, 2017

    Back in 2009, Sven Decoux turned his love for motorcycles into a company called SD Motors. His main activities where buying, fixing and selling bikes. Next to this he also started working on his first custom bike project and people around Sven started asking if he could build bikes for them. […]