• By Published On: October 25, 2017

    If you say KTM, I instantly think: small displacement, huge fun factor. And that’s just what KTM is all about. So I can’t help it to have a little crush on customized KTM’s. It’s a pity that KTM still is a relatively small brand for road bikes and that KTM doesn’t […]

  • By Published On: August 1, 2016

    Summer is on and the motorcycle season is on full throttle here in the Netherlands (in between the rain…). In the bikes of the month for July we have: 2 KTM’s, 2 BMW’s and a Ducati/Cagiva. BMW R100R Café Racer by Curteskin Atelier A couple of weeks ago I was looking into one of […]

  • By Published On: July 26, 2016

    Finally, another custom KTM! Unless the fact that KTM produces extremely fun to ride bikes, the custom scene is not massively adopting the brand, so I was glad to find this creation by the masters of Deus Ex Machina, built in Woolie’s Workshop. It’s named “The Scrappier”. It’s clear that Deus tried to […]

  • By Published On: May 4, 2016

    Donny from Studio Motor seems unstoppable; he’s delivering bike after bike and every time it’s something special. I’ve already featured many of his builds and this latest build is also worth sharing. Donny likes to work on all types of bikes and this time he took a 2012 KTM Duke 200 […]

  • By Published On: December 23, 2015

    The KTM 390 Duke is pure fun machine; light, agile, torqy 1 cylinder and cool looks. But as it is with stock bikes: it’s not unique. Esteban & Gustavo Pasquale from Garaje 57, based in Colombia, took this 390 Duke a part and created this out of it:

  • By Published On: September 28, 2015

    KTM is not a huge brand in the custom bike scene, but Roland Sands Design is not afraid to think out of the box (check out this great Indian Scout). So they took a KTM 690 and converted into a very cool street/dirt bike. Every single part has been worked on, with […]