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Written by Donny Ariyanto

We like every bike came from us and featured in this website. From bobbers, brats, café racers, scramblers and flattracks of questionable practicality there’s always something of merit in our design and execution that warrants a closer look. But there’s a special place in our heart for medium engine-based bikes built with a singular purpose in mind. Read More THE STREET JUNKIE – HARLEY DAVIDSON XG500 ’15

Harley Davidson Our Works

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Written by Donny Ariyanto

We have posted several custom Harley Davidson on our website before and we have to say up until now we impressed about that. Harley Davidson has been managed to slip in to our cool category and thanks to the clever crew at Studio Motor and for this latest build V-Twin Flattracker. Read More THE FIERCE – HARLEY DAVIDSON SPORTSTER XL1200 ’03

Harley Davidson Our Works

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Written by Donny Ariyanto

Blood, sweat and tears, it’s what most of us pour into our personal bikes. It never ceases to amaze us how a builder can turn out some of the most amazing work for customers, seemingly without blinking an eye, and then almost kill themselves by simply trying to build a bike that’s designed to impress no one but themselves. Read More THE HATCH – KAWASAKI ER6N ’12

Kawasaki Our Works

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Written by Donny Ariyanto

There are many ways to start the build of a custom motorcycle; owning a bike that’s just begging to be modified, scoring a wreck and restoring it to your own style or sitting down with pen and paper to design like you’re Tamburini. But for this time our customer threw convention out the window and started his build with just one item, an engine and from there started build a custom with his dream. Read More THE TEASE – HARLEY DAVIDSON SPORTSTER XL1200 ’02

Harley Davidson Our Works

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Written by Donny Ariyanto

It seems weird to say it, but there are actually riders out there who spend their whole life on non-customized bikes. Riders who are perfectly happy using a factory-prepared bike in exactly the same state that it left the maker’s premises. Stock pipes. Stock rubber. Hell, even the air in the tires probably has the whiff of aftershave from the factory worker who inflated them. Read More THE RAPTURE – TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T100 ’15

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