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A garage for special motorcycles and cafe racers.
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  • 07/09/17--15:54: XR 600 LAB

  • Honda XR600 by Lab: simple, sweet, loud!

    Lab Motorcycle - Setubal, Portugal

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  • 07/11/17--16:06: Luis...

  • MotoGuzzi V35 "Luis" by Giuseppe de Stefano, a.k.a. Moto Design Customs

    Luis is the evolution of a series of ideas conceived by Giuseppe De Stefano upon Luigi's request, owner of a MotoGuzzi V35 with over 30 years behind. The bike got to Moto Design in critical conditions, mostly worn out and with the engine needing a complete overhaul. Effectively, it was exactly what Luigi was looking for, something ready for the junkyard but still able to be revitalized. Luigi gave Giuseppe full freedom to operate with the only condition of making something unique and breathtaking. The bike should have mixed several styles but the result had to be essential and no frills. The Agnano's customizer has spent long days designing different concepts, and finally, the taste and essence of the project really surprised the owner. It is the first of a new kind of Moto Design Customs that Giuseppe called UEB: Urban Essential Bike, based on courage and recklessness. The aggressive cut of the rear frame, with the innovative Sachs rear monoshock suspension that replaces the two side springs, increases the handling and gives a racing look to the bike. The aged look was obtained by carefully burning most of the details. Command optimization, minimized by using only four single switchs with the wiring hidden inside the handlebar. Fork, rims, manifolds, engine and swingarm, though not recognizable, are still OEM, while exhausts, seat, footpegs and indicators are custom built inventions by Giuseppe de Stefano. Not bad for a V35 ... 

    La Luis è l'evoluzione di una serie di idee concepite da Giuseppe De Stefano per conto di Luigi, proprietario di una Moto Guzzi V35 con più di 30 anni di vita. Una moto arrivata nelle officine di Moto Design Customs in condizioni critiche, in gran parte distrutta e con un motore da ripristinare. In realtà era proprio così che Luigi la cercava, pronta per lo sfascio ma ancora capace di essere riportata in vita. Luigi ha dato a Giuseppe piena libertà di azione con la sola condizione di realizzare una moto esclusiva che una volta finita lo avrebbe lasciato con il fiato sospeso. Avrebbe dovuto mescolare diversi stili, ma con un risultato sobrio e senza fronzoli. Il customizzatore di Agnano ha trascorso lunghe giornate a elaborare bozzetti, e, alla fine, il gusto e l'essenzialità del progetto hanno davvero sorpreso il proprietario. E’ la prima di un nuovo genere di special coniato da Moto Design Customs e denominato UEB: urban essential bike, a base di coraggio e sregolatezza. Il taglio aggressivo del telaio posteriore, con l’innovativa la soluzione della sospensione posteriore Sachs che sostituisce le due molle laterali, aumenta la guidabilità e dona un aspetto racing. Finiture invecchiate grazie alla brunitura dei particolari. Ottimizzazione dei comandi, ridotti al minimo utilizzando quattro soli commutatori e cablaggi nascosti all'interno del manubrio. Forcella, cerchi, collettori, motore e forcellone, sebbene poco riconoscibili, sono ancora quelli orginali, mentre scarichi, sella, portatarga, pedane e le frecce posteriori sono invenzioni artigianali di Giuseppe de Stefano. Non male per una V35…

    Moto Design Customs - Agnano (Napoli), Italy

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  • 07/12/17--23:47: HF

  • 1972 Lancia Fulvia HF 1600

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  • 07/13/17--14:42: Yamasaki Scram

  • 1992 Yamaha XT600 Scrambler by North Wheels M.C.

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  • 07/14/17--03:30: XJ600 according to Pedro

  • The XJ600 by Lab Motorcycle, built by Pedro Bacalhau with a XJR1200 front end & Honda CB fuel tank.

    Lab Motorcycle - Setubal, Portugal

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  • 07/19/17--23:33: Competizione Maggiorata

  • 1960 Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 CM Pininfarina Superflow IV 

    The only Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 CM (Competizione Maggiorata) Pininfarina Superflow IV ever made will be shown for the very first time in the UK at Salon Privé during the Chubb Insurance Concours d’Elégance on Thursday 31st August 2017. Famously picking up silverware with Juan Manuel Fangio driving the 1953 Mille Miglia, the Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 CM Colli Coupe was a car built for endurance racing. Just eight Works examples were made in 1953, two of which were handed to specialist coachbuilders Boano (for Argentine President Juan Peron) and Pininfarina and both converted for road use. Regarded as the most famous of the pair, the vehicle on display is the 6C 3000 CM (chassis 00128) that went to Pininfarina. During its time at the Italian-based coachbuilder it was given four different design adaptations, culminating in its current guise, known as the Superflow IV. The first iteration, known as the Superflow, was launched at the 1956 Turin Motor Show. Plexiglass was a fundamental part of the car’s original design and overall appearance: the front wheels were covered in the material, doubling up as headlight covers, and the hinged ‘gullwing’ sections on the roof were also made from Plexiglass. Evolving to Superflow II and repainted from its original colour of white with a black stripe to striking red with a white stripe, Pininfarina’s styling evolved to include a sharper nose made from steel and all Plexiglass apart from the headlight covers, which were removed. In 1959 at the Geneva Motor Show, the third design was shown and dubbed the Spyder Super Sport or Superflow III. It featured an open roof, but without the original nose and the headlight covers, which were removed. Fast forward to 1960, the car’s fourth and final design was displayed at the 1960 Geneva Motor Show. The Coupe Super Sport Speciale or Superflow IV was an amalgamation of all the best features of its previous versions. Returning for the Superflow IV was the striking use of Plexiglass, this time on the domed roof as well as the headlight covers. The car could be used as a Coupe and a Spyder, thanks to the fact that the panels were not hinged but could slide down and back underneath the rear window. 

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  • 07/22/17--15:35: Black Storm

  • XJR1300 Cafe Racer made in Thailand

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  • 07/22/17--16:15: XS700 Racing

  • Yamaha XSR700 Yard Built by Cafe Racers SSpirit 

    These are the Yamaha Europe Official pictures of the recently customized Yamaha XSR700 by Cafe Racers Spirit, first displayed at the last Wheels&Waves in Biarritz. Named XS700 "R" to emphasize the racing attitude, the idea behind this build is that nowadays, people tend to customize bikes from the 60s-80s adding high quality accessories (Öhlins Forks, suspensions, engine tune-ups). At CRSS they thought the other way around. They took their inspiration from the racing bikes from the 70s and 80s, such as the Yamaha TZ 750, and reworked a modern motorcycle to make it look a vintage racer. 

    Cafe Racer SSpirit
    San Sebastian (Donostia) - Basque Country

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  • 07/23/17--06:30: Hornet classic

  • Is the Hornet CB600 the new classic racer? It could be, according to Lab Motorcycle.

    Lab Motorcycle - Setubal, Portugal

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  • 07/23/17--12:00: Guzzi Nevada Racer

  • MotoGuzzi Nevada 750 rebuilt by Rua Machines

    Rua Machines - Esmoriz, Portugal

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  • 07/30/17--02:45: 121LM Scaglietti

  • 1955 Ferrari 121 LM Spider Scaglietti 

    The third of only four 121 LMs built (Chassis no. 0546 LM. Campaigned by Scuderia Ferrari at both the 1955 Mille Miglia and 24 Hours of Le Mans. Evolving from one of Ferrari’s earliest four-cylinder engines, Ferrari’s straight-six, starting with the Type 114, eventually led to the potent 121 LM. With a rather hefty displacement of 4,412 cc, this provided much more horsepower and torque than its predecessors. Fitted with three side-draft Weber carburetors, the engine produced 360 bhp. According to noted Ferrari historian Marcel Massini, the car presented here, chassis number 0546 LM was originally built as a 118 LM and later converted by the factory to 121 LM specification, the specification in which it is presented today. It is one of only two examples upgraded from 118 LM specification (the other being 0484 LM), and the third of four total 121 LMs constructed. This car will be auctioned in Monterey on Friday, August 18, 2017. Its value is estimated between $6,5 and $7,5 millions. 

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  • 07/30/17--04:59: Katya and the Continental GT

  • Katya and the elegant Royal Enfield Continental GT built by Seregoy Kamrakovym in Klin (Russia) 

    Inazumized photos by Petr Toluzakov for


    Reckless Wolverines

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  • 07/31/17--02:22: Bob Tracker R100

  • BMW R 100 RS Bob-Tracker by Camrac Lab 

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  • 07/31/17--09:30: Moskow's flying brick

  • Z17 customs' K100 Special, from Russia with love

    Photos by Petr Toluzakov for


    Reckless Wolverines

    Z17 Customs by Serge Munshina (Сереги Муншина) - Moskow, Russia

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  • 08/02/17--17:00: Legend GS

  • What if the R100GS from the 90's would be still produced? Luis Bertelli tried to give an answer. 
    This R-Nine-T scrambler received a brand new custom made carbon fibre bodywork, bright led lights, a stilish leather seat, conic high flow air filter and an evocative colour scheme. Ladies and gentlemen: the "Legend GS".

    Come sarebbe oggi la R100GS anni 90 se fosse ancora in produzione? Luis Bertelli ha cercato di dare una risposta. Questo scrambler R-Nine-T ha ricevuto una nuova carrozzeria personalizzata in fibra di carbonio personalizzata, luci led luminose, un sedile in pelle stilizzata, un filtro ad alta flusso conico e un suggestivo schema di colori. Signore e Signori: la "Legend GS"

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  • 08/03/17--04:00: The dark Side of the Kawa

  • Kawasaki GPZ 400 Dark Side by 72 Cycles Performance

    Inazumized photos by Mario Rodrigo Martin

    72 Cycles Performance - Madrid, Spain

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  • 08/03/17--09:30: KSS CB Four

  • Kevils Speed Shop's Honda CB750F Custom Brat Style

    Inazumized photos

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  • 08/03/17--16:46: 342 America Cabriolet

  • 1952 Ferrari 342 America Cabriolet by Vignale 

    The 342 America was intended as an especially luxurious and powerful custom road car for the Ferrari’s best clients. Built with an extended 2.650 mt. wheelbase to accommodate the enlarged 200 bhp Lampredi V-12, it saw a total production run of only six examples, for such clients as King Leopold of Belgium and Enzo Ferrari himself. It is unusual among road-going Ferraris in that each car was delivered with an even chassis number, carrying the suffix “AL” for “America Lungo,” and all had left-hand drive. Records indicate that 0232 AL was the very first 342 America built, and the first of three completed with cabriolet coachwork, in this case by Vignale, with the unique feature of slotted taillights recessed into the fenders. It was test-driven by the factory on 27 October 1952, and delivered to its first owner on 14 January 1953. 

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  • 08/04/17--03:30: IWC XSR code

  • Ironwood Customs' Yamaha XSR 700 Cafe Racer

    IWC: Ironwood Customs Motorcycles - Amsterdam, Holland

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  • 08/04/17--09:30: CB400 Supersport

  • Popobang's CB400 Four Supersport - Mono conversion, new front end, super drumbrake

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  • 08/04/17--11:00: Cardsharper's Virago #2

  • XV750 by Cardsharper Customs

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  • 08/05/17--00:20: Uglynazuma 1.2

  • Born from Jakub Beker's love and passion for the race bikes from 70’s and 80’s, this GSX1200 Inazuma provides ite rider with modern reliability, sheer brute power and intoxicating noise. 

    Main specs: Complete K4 Suzuki GSXR1000 front end with RME custom triple clamps, Spark short muffler, 6sigma full carb tuning set, K&N Cone filters, Motogadget Motoscope Mini with MSM Combi Frame, Motogadget m-Wave, Ducati 999 head light, modified Honda CB750 racer front fairing, Rizoma grips and mirrors, Li-Ion battery, hand made details. 

    Inazumized photos by Bartosz Mokrzycki

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  • 08/05/17--09:30: Low light...

  • 1951 Vespa "Faro basso" (low headlight)

    Inazumized photos by

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  • 08/05/17--15:44: Season's break
  • I'll be back (...hopefully)