Tag: MotorBikes

JUGGERNAUGHT. 1967 BMW R60 by HASETH

After searching for an applicable donor for his BMW challenge for over a yr, Marc from Haseth Bikes in Amsterdam lastly discovered a 1967 R60/2 with a 1973 R90 engine conversion on the market in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The proprietor, an older gentleman who had owned the bike for over 20 years, wasn’t using it anymore and was able to let it go. “Preserving in thoughts that the bike nonetheless had a sidecar and was very removed from being in pristine or authentic situation, I felt snug modding it,” says Marc – he needed to ensure he wasn’t partaking in any sacrilegious acts for the BMW purists amongst us. Marc’s inspiration got here from different lovely customized Beemers primarily based on the R50, R60 and R69 frames, however he was searching for a specific combine between up to date and rugged. “I aimed to remain true to its 50s-60s heritage,....





Continental Racer - Sinroja’s Royal Enfield Drag Bike

A few years in the past, Sinroja Bikes had been one of many first workshops to hitch Royal Enfield’s new customized program. They constructed a few bikes, and the connection went nicely. So when Sinroja had been in search of a model companion for his or her newest challenge, they knew simply who to name. The Leicester-based customized store wished to enter the European Sultans of Dash race collection within the ‘Manufacturing facility’ class. All they wanted a manufacturing unit to collaborate with. Royal Enfield and their Industrial Design boss Adrian Sellers got here to the social gathering with a model new Continental GT 650, however there was an sudden twist. By the point every part was singed off, Sinroja had simply 4 weeks to prep the bike. “Normally we will do aesthetics or efficiency in that point,” brothers Rahul and Birju Sinroja inform us, “however this challenge wanted each.....



Starrider - A CB750Okay with a street-legal nitrous package

The CB750 is one of the vital personalized bikes of the previous half-century. However simply once we thought we’d seen each attainable permutation, alongside comes one thing utterly completely different: a DOHC ‘Okay’ with a nitrous injection system. ‘Starrider’ comes from brothers Lion and Ben Ott of Munich-based Motoism, and it’s road-legal on even the TÜV-strangled roads of Germany. It’s somewhat bit retro, somewhat bit futuristic, and dotted with high-tech elements and lashings of carbon fiber. The CB750 is assured of its place in motorcycling’s corridor of fame, however the accolades are inclined to go to the unique SOHC fashions. Appreciation is rising for the 16-valve DOHC fashions launched in 1978, although. And these machines are simpler to search out (and normally cheaper) on the secondhand market. Lion and Ben have tried to strike a stability between efficiency, performance, and appears. And fairly than go all-out for a standard CB750....