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Written by Donny Ariyanto

Building a custom bike can be one hell of a challenge. And we’re not just talking about the skinned knuckles and cold nights with nothing but a greasy lump of metal to keep you warm. No, what we’re really getting at is the more intellectual aspects of a customization. The seemingly simple decisions you have to make about what to do with the bike that will successfully take it from ‘hate’ to ‘great’. Read More THE RUMBLER – YAMAHA R25 ’15

Our Works Yamaha

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Written by Donny Ariyanto

“Simple but sweet” is one way to sum up our portfolio of custom motorcycles. To think that recreating this look would be an easy task though would be a huge mistake. Balanced lines, simplified engineering and appealing neutral color schemes require a set of skills you don’t often find in the one place. Read More THE VETO – KAWASAKI ER6N ’13

Kawasaki Our Works

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Written by Donny Ariyanto

There have been many things that we do throughout the awesome year: 2016, the works we produced, the moments in which we are capable to get some achievement, big family of STUDIO MOTOR made us so excited undergoing in this incredible year. It’s been a huge year for custom motorcycles in Indonesia, but also one of significant change. The Scrambler and Tracker style is one of favorite style in the vintage style line up Read More THE BEST 10 CUSTOM MOTORCYCLES OF 2016 BUILT BY STUDIO MOTOR

Harley Davidson Kawasaki KTM MOTO GUZZI Our Works Triumph Yamaha

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Written by Donny Ariyanto

Moto Guzzi is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer and the oldest European manufacturer in continuous motorcycle production. Established in 1921 in Mandello Del Lario, Italy, the company is noted for its historic role in Italy’s motorcycling manufacture, its prominence worldwide in motorcycle racing, and industry innovations—including the first motorcycle center stand, wind tunnel and eight-cylinder engine. Read More THE SEAGATE – MOTO GUZZI V7 CLASSIC ’13

MOTO GUZZI Our Works

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Written by Donny Ariyanto

Maybe we left disappointed after Kawasaki released the W800 back in 2011. The switch to EFI (many of us love carburetor!) and the lack of the kick starter took away 2 of our favorite things on the previous model W650 and as a result we quickly lost interest. But whatever it feels distinctly retro too, but in a good way, as the W800 purrs along. The sound is friendly and mellow and the engine pulls well enough not to feel breathless, as the W650 could. Read More THE EXPLORER – KAWASAKI W800 SE ’14

Kawasaki Our Works