0 Brutale 910 by Mad Crow Garage

This is bike to which no-one could be indifferent. This is one of those bikes that may create some controversy , there will be those who agree with the results and certainly others who say they would have done otherwise, but this is what Fernando, the owner of Mad Garage Crow has come up with. The base is a “Mv Agusta brutale 910s” which has undergone a transformation to become, a " Scrambler", if we can call it that . Among perhaps the most significant changes are the “Karoo3 Metzeler” tires giving the bike an aggressive edge . The handwards , supermotard fender , screen and fog lamps , create some harmony, and the additional mix like the fairing, tail and exhaust pipes , make for a thoroughbred on the road. Perhaps driving on dusty dirt roads may not be the most suitable for this slick machine, but it could be seen alongside modern 4x4 vehicles. For paint Fernando went with satin black and gold, a combination that never fails. This motorcycle is 100 % Mad Crow Garage, built entirely in our studio/garage in Corbera de Llobregat, all the customization including paint and seat upholstery were created by Fernando . Photography cortesy by Jordi Cortés















0 CRD#48 BMW R1200S, 2007

Enjoy with the latest construction of Crd Cafe Racer Dreams a BMW R1200S  with the typical Touch of Crd, minimal, classic...but in this case with a totally aggressive and industrial look! You can view all technical Specs at: CRD Website
Images courtesy of Enrique Pacheco.














0 Into the Great Wide Open, Staghead

Staghead Moto is a collaboration between John Christenson and Nick Huber to document the craft and scene of fine vintage motorcycles. We seek to promote the lifestyle around vintage motorcycles through art, blogging, riding and modifying vintage bikes. In 2013 Staghead Moto founded and sponsored the traveling art expo 'Oil&Ink Motorbike Print Expo' with pop up galleries in NYC, Minneapolis, Los Angeles and at the Moto GP in Austin Texas.
Created by Tony Franklin and Alex Horner


0 BLITZ Motorbikes

A portrait of two friends and their passion for creating unique motorcycles. BlitzMotorcycles


0 The Bomber, a BMW R80-7 by Left Hand Cycles

Hands up, or I'll pull out my gun! When the darkness comes and the air is dark, it is dangerous on the road. Look crackle and anxious! Look, look here comes ...... The Bomber! lefthandcycles.blogspot.nl







Here's the story...
We were contacted a couple of month ago by Frank.
His question was if we could built a classy scrambler with a wild touch !
Frank  prefered a BMW and after searching a while ,we found a 1978  R80-7  in good condition.
Of course we were challanged, because nowaday's you see many variants of beemers and we know they are very popular.

Our client had a few wishes but gave us  "carte blanche' to start the project.
The engine was luckily in good condition, we only had to replace the clutch plates.
Frame parts were powdercoated and tank-fenders were painted matt black to create a used look .
We kept the wheels original but  tyres were replaced by Dunlop Trailmax to get a better grip  and ofcourse the good looks !

To get a fine scrambler you need a wide handlebar and we chose  a BSA (USA) one and wrapped it with black tape.
To create good harmony with our beemer we made a seat in a red wine colourscheme and we think it fits perfect !
Last but not least,the mufflers are megaton and they give the bike (you gonna love it..) a brutal sound !!


Specifications :

Frame        :         glossy black powdercoat
Tyres          :        Dunlop Trailmax
Handlebar:        BSA (USA)/Beston
Seat             :        LHC custom made
Mufflers    :         megaton
electric     :         LHC custom made

0 SR 250 by Corb

1 Kawasaki W800 by Moto di ferro from Padova Italy, Bobber or Scrambler?

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BOBBER









SCRAMBLER







0 Northwest Cafe Riders Rockbox

This Yamaha Sr 250 was built it for Nothwest Cafe Riders, to be a wedding gift. The Bike has been named Rockbox after the musical instrument shop run by the bike’s new owner. You can see more at their Blog or in his Facebook page. Enjoy!