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Bike Exif, Motorbikes, Scrambler, Electric Scooter, Motos, Moto, Concept Car Design, Motorbike Design, Eletric Bike

There’s a marvelous history of smaller motorcycle manufacturers in France, and the tradition shows no sign of abating. Mash Motors is probably the best known outside La République, but the most interesting company right now is DAB Motors. DAB is based in the beautiful city of Bayonne, in the Basque region of southwest France. We’ve already showcased their sharp-looking LM-S scrambler, but this new electric concept is the most significant step forward yet for founder Simon Dabadie and his…

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Nikola Lukic
Wicked Cool: K-Speed's custom Triumph Scrambler 400 X and Speed 400 | Bike EXIF Scooters, Triumph Bobber Custom, Triumph Bobber, Scrambler Motorcycle, Motorcross Bike, Triumph Scrambler, Triumph Scrambler Custom, Scrambler Custom, Scrambler Moto

Thailand's K-Speed is a house of many talents. But there's one particular trick that they excel at, and that's turning small-capacity motorcycles into custom machines with big attitudes. So we're not the least bit surprised to see them apply their signature style to the freshly minted Triumph Scrambler 400 X and Speed 400. Created in collaboration with the massive Indian marque Bajaj, Triumph's new 398 cc singles exist to offer potential customers a lower point of entry into the brand…

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julio voltio
Scooters, Bmw Motorcycles, Custom Bikes, Ktm Duke, Motorbikes, Scrambler, Cafe Racer Bikes, Bike Exif, Motorcycle Bike

Twenty years ago, street-legal supermotos weren’t really ‘a thing.’ But in Europe, change was in the air—and the KTM Duke II was one of the catalysts. The rough-and-ready 625 cc single was huge fun on short trips, and helped set the template for future supermotos. Over the past couple of years, custom supermotos have become more common, delivered by builders who value performance as much as aesthetics. And one of those builders is Garett Wilson of Dubstyle Designs in Colorado, USA. “These…

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MIREK BMW
Don't call it a comeback: A custom Buell 1125CR by Ad Hoc | Bike EXIF Custom Bikes, Sport Bikes, Bike Exif, Bike Builder, Wheel Cover, Electrical Installation, V Rod, Bike, Buell Cafe Racer

There was a time when David Gonzalez was blowing up our servers on a regular basis. But it's been five years since we've heard from the enigmatic Spanish custom bike builder behind Ad Hoc Café Racers, which is a huge shame. David's unique style constantly flits between futuristic brutalism and retro elegance, and he can work his magic on just about any make and model of motorcycle. As it turns out, David has missed us as much as we've missed him. The truth is that he's had his head down over…

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Johnny Lo

Most guys can't think beyond a box of chocolates or a bunch of flowers as a gift for their significant other. But Uwe Kostrewa is a true romantic. He's just built this peachy Yamaha SR500 flat tracker for his girlfriend, Steffi—and it's not the first custom bike he's built for her either. Uwe works as Hombrese Bikes out of his workshop in Cologne, Germany, and regularly races and builds custom flat track motorcycles. He has a knack for creating machines that are low-key handsome, trading…

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Wicked, Ideas, Triumph Scrambler, Scrambler Motorcycle, Triumph Bikes, Triumph Motorcycles, Scrambler, Bike Exif, Motos

Thailand's K-Speed is a house of many talents. But there's one particular trick that they excel at, and that's turning small-capacity motorcycles into custom machines with big attitudes. So we're not the least bit surprised to see them apply their signature style to the freshly minted Triumph Scrambler 400 X and Speed 400. Created in collaboration with the massive Indian marque Bajaj, Triumph's new 398 cc singles exist to offer potential customers a lower point of entry into the brand…

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Tomáš Kučera
Bolt Motor Co.'s BMW R45 scrambler Café Racers, Boxer, Brat Style, Stunning, Yamaha, Custom, Bobber, Bmw, Bobbers

This week's Speed Read selection might just cover the biggest age gap we've ever featured in one round-up. It kicks off with a 2007-model Yamaha MT-07, and ends with a 1953 Triumph 6T Thunderbird. Wedged in between are a custom BMW R45 from Bolt Motor Co., and a Kawasaki W650 hooligan flat tracker from Down Under. Yamaha MT-07 by LM Creations Luuc Muis of LM Creations has built a plethora of incredible bikes over the years. It’s not often we see his bikes for sale—but if you are in the…

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Tor2G0🐢
Custom Bikes, Bmx, Motos, Bike Exif, Moto, Motorbikes, Honda Super Cub, Ducati 998, Honda Grom

There are a few motorcycles in Ducati's back catalog that would ruffle feathers if they were customized. Depending on how much of a purist you are, the 998 might just be one of them. It was the last model to carry the iconic 916's aesthetic, but was powered by Ducati's new, and much improved, Testastretta motor—making it kind of special. Johhny Nguyen isn't too fussed though. He's a relatively young custom builder with a sharp eye and penchant for urban style, and isn't afraid to buck…

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Luke French
Custom Bikes Of The Week: 7 May, 2017 | Bike EXIF Honda Motorcycles, Bmw Motorcycles, Retro, Ford Gt, Café Racers, Honda Cb, Honda, Moto, Vintage Honda Motorcycles

This week, we've got a trophy-winning Buell from Japan, a CR750 repli-racer from Texas, and a 1968 Vincent cafe racer from France. Plus a Royal Enfield with a home-made perimeter brake system. Honda ‘CR750’ by Limey Bikes Honda historians may remember a kit that Big Red released after notching a win at Daytona with their CR750. Back then, you could pony up $10,000 and turn your own CB750 into a ready-to-race replica. Nowadays, building that same bike would run you about $50,000. But if…

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Isaochan
Custom Bikes, Rat Bikes, Tricycle, Garages, Honda Cg125, Moto Bike, Custom Bike Parts, Honda, Custom Bicycle

What do a Kawasaki KZ250 engine, a car's spare wheel and a bicycle seat have in common? You'll find them all on this curious contraption from Valen Zhou, along with a smorgasbord of other odd bits and pieces. Straight out the gate, Valen admits that this build isn't particularly practical—in fact, it's downright sketchy. But he didn't originally intend it to be this way. The Chinese-born, Milan-based photographer and director had a very specific mash-up of styles in mind, but once he got…

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