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A garage for special motorcycles and cafe racers.
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  • 11/10/17--04:00: The Club

  • 1999 Moto Guzzi Nevada 750 Club Scram-tracker















    Photos by @DHSHOT Дмитрий Хомич
    http://kaminmaster.com/
    Recast Moto Br. - Belarus

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  • 11/10/17--09:30: Virago 1.1

  • Yamaha Virago 1100, build #21 by Ad Hoc Motorcycles 







    Ad Hoc Motorcycles - Barcelona, Spain

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  • 11/11/17--01:15: T301 Dino

  • Dino Romano's T301 Speed Triple

    Main specs: Custom exhausts 3 in 2, New front brake system, Modified forks, LSL clip on’s, Custom dashboard, Rear footrests, Wilbers monoshock, Custom subframe, Ducati Sportclassic spoke rims, Led taillight 










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  • 11/11/17--04:02: R65

  • 1979 BMW R65 Cafe Racer 








     
    Ebay find in Germany

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  • 11/11/17--04:05: Varient

  • Vincent inspired Yamaha XV 920 by Greg Hageman 






    Hageman Classic Motorcycles - Davenport, Iowa, US

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  • 11/12/17--00:00: Project Saga

  • 1999 Ducati 900 Super Sport "Project Saga" opera prima by Thor Cycles in Siviglia









    https://www.facebook.com/thorcycles.motos

    Thor Cycles - Siviglia, Spain

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  • 11/12/17--03:30: Sublime ER6n

  • 2006 Kawasaki ER-6N by Smoked Garage

    Main Specs: 649 cc/ 39.6 cu-in engine. Custom cut rear frame. Double Disk front brake with Tokiko 4 Piston Caliper. Rear Single Disk with 2 Piston Caliper. Handmade steel metal fenders, panels, headlight housing and fuel tank. Custom seat. Custom paint work. LED lighting system for head, brake and turn lights. Daytona speedometer. Custom exhausts. Hand-turned brass and aluminum bushings and caps.












    http://smokedgarage.com/
    Smoked Garage - Bali, Indonesia

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  • 11/12/17--04:46: GS1150 Avio

  • Aviation inspired 1985 Suzuli GS1150
    entirely rebuilt from scratch in a modern classic style by the Canadian workshop Kick Moto.

    Main specs. CHASSIS: Kawasaki ZX14 complete front end. Ducati single side swingarm and rear wheel. CNC machined triple tree. Rebuilt rear subframe. POWETRAIN: Engine rebuilt. Airbox removed. Custom "belly"exhausts. ELECTRIC: reengineered electrical system w/ core Motogadget components, RFID ignition key, ultralight battery. BODYWORK: 5-3/4" Cree LED headlight integrated in a custom CNC built armature. Motogadget integrated speedo.ZX14 clip on's. CNC machined custom designed gas cap. Custom steel tail w/integrated LED tailight and handmade seat. New Tarozzi rearsets.










    At Kickmoto, they think that a typically symmetrical machine becomes much more dynamic, interesting and detail oriented with the addition of an asymmetrical swingarm and subframe. 




    The headlight and turn signal housings are made of seven in house designed and cnc'd aluminum pieces.


    Motogadget Motoscope Pro





    This tail piece is composed of two hand hammered steel halves. Kickmoto kept a nice crisp reveal between them that aligns with the top of the seat. In between the two halves lies a cnc'd aluminum housing that holds a led tail and signal strip. The aluminum accentuates the lights and creates a larger visible surface.



    Leather jacket by Pagnol. Helmet by Hedon workshop.
    Inazumized oics.

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  • 11/13/17--03:30: семь-пятьдесят

  • Nazar Poznyakovsky's CB750 Seven Fifty custom cafe















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  • 11/13/17--08:00: Made in Munich

  • R-Nine-T "Made in Munich" by Diamond Atelier 

    Dated almost a couple of years ago, the build #4 by Diamond Atelier has been the result of a collaboration project with the basketball brand K1X. Teaming up in 2015, the two Bavarian firms decided to customize a BMW bike in 400+ hours of labour, combining both signature styles in one unique machine. Diamond Atelier provided the design and mechanical skills to convert K1X’s vision of an aggressive, low slung bike. The army-green details of the bike have been bronze-Inazumized  in these pictures (just because of the personal taste of the editor... You know I'm used to do it here in my personal cafè). They were are a hint at K1X’s 2016 fall/winter collection. Due to both brands originating from Munich, it was clear from the beginning that a BMW model had to serve as a donor. The brand new R-nine-T was chosen to be transformed in a very personal way . To make the bike as salient as possible, no expenses were spared in the customization process. The logos were made out of original sterling silver and the bike features a genuine diamond in typical Diamond Atelier manner... And this is also why I didn't publish the bike at that time: I simply don't like uselessly expensive flashy things, especially when they are ment to promote commercials. But the bike is certainly attractive and one of kind: no question about it. Other highlights include air intakes running through the handcrafted gas tank and reworked state of the art electronics (hidden under the fuel  tank) to make the contemporary production bike's appearance as minimalistic as possible. CNC-machined one-off pieces like the top triple clamp or alternator cover branded with the iconic K1X leaf complete this unique build.

    Datata quasi due anni fa, la quarta realizzazione di Diamond Atelier è stata il risultato di un progetto di collaborazione con il marchio di basket K1X. Alla fine del 2015, le due aziende bavaresi hanno deciso di trasformare una BMW con oltre 400 ore di lavoro, unendo i rispettivi stili per ottenere una macchina unica. Diamond Atelier ha fornito le capacità progettuali e meccaniche per concretizzare in una moto bassa e aggressivala visione di K1X. I dettagli della moto color verde militare, nelle immagini di questo post sono stati Inazumizzati color bronzo, grazie al photoshop (a gusto personale dell'editor... Ormai sapete che ogni tanto faccio di queste cose, qui nel mio personale cafè). Erano un richiamo della collezione autunno/inverno 2016 di K1X. Poichè entrambi i marchi sono originari di Monaco, era chiaro fin dall'inizio che la base della trasformazione sarebbe stata una BMW. La nuova R-nine-T è stata la prescelta di questo particolare progetto. Per raggiungere l'eccellenza del risultato, nella realizzazione non si è badato a spese. I loghi sono stati realizzati in argento e la moto nasconde un vero diamante, come è tipico nelle realizzazioni Diamond Atelier... Ma questo è anche il motivo per il quale non ho pubblicato la moto al momento della presentazione: semplicemente, non amo le realizzazioni inutilmente costose e appariscenti, soprattutto quando sono destinate a promuovere iniziative pubblicitarie. Ma la moto è notevole e sicuramente unica: non c'è dubbio. Altre caratteristiche sono i collettori di aspirazione che attraversano il serbatoio artigianale e l'elettronica di nuova concezione (nascosta sotto il serbatoio del carburante) per rendere l'aspetto della moto moderna il più minimalista possibile. Alcuni pezzi unici lavorati a CNC, come le piastre di sterzo o il coperchio dell'alternatore con il marchio K1X iconica, completano questa special.










    Inazumized photos by Lukas Magerl
    https://www.facebook.com/DiamondAtelier/

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  • 11/14/17--16:27: Amulet

  • 1993 ex-police BMW R80RT by Mark Ceilinger 














    https://www.vintageroommotorcycles.com/

    Vintage Room Motorcycles - Capodistria, Slovenjia

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  • 11/14/17--23:30: Z900RS Cafe

  • The new Z900RS Cafe - Factory special

    Following the Z1 inspired Z900RS at the Tokyo Motor Show, Kawasaki targeted the EICMA show to debut the Z900RS CAFE. Taking the modern classic style of the successful Z900RS in a new and fashionable direction, this model sounds like a tribute to the 1972 Super Four Z1 with the added twist of a bold approach to colour and graphics plus a drop-style black finish handlebar. The low handlebar creates a sporty body position matched well by a bikini cowling and stylish seat complete with racer inspired rear hump. Making sound sense, the exhaust system is Kawasaki’s first tuned specifically for tone and fits the overall attention to detail of the Z900RS CAFE perfectly with its subtle brushed satin finish. Multi-spoke cast wheels give the appearance of traditional wire spoked items (so, why didn't they put proper spoke wire wheels?). As with the legendary Z1, the heart of the machine lays with its inline four engine (which, of coourse, in 2017 is liquid cooled), 111HP @8500 rpm. In the case of the Z900RS Cafe, the unit is equipped with KTRC traction control and an assist and slipper clutch. Contained in a lightweight tubular trellis frame and matched to 41mm inverted front forks and horizontal back link suspension, handling and performance are definitely contemporary. Lighting the way a distinctive LED headlamp is mated to a Z1 style elliptical LED rear unit while the traditional speedometer and rev counter assembly is complemented by a central LCD information panel covering the vital functions of this confident arrival on the modern classic scene. For the wealthiest of the Inazuma readers, the new Zed will be merely the starting point for further personalisation. Needless to say that, as many of the competitors in this field, Kawasaki will offer a wide range of accessories...

    Dopo la Z900RS ispirata alla Z1, presentata al Salone di Tokyo, Kawasaki ha scelto l'EICMA per il debutto della versione cafe. Prendendo spunto dallo stile modern classic della graditissima Z900RS, questo modello modaiolo sembra voler omaggiare la Z1  Super Four del 1972 con l'aggiunta di  colori e grafica di impatto,  e un bel manubrio nero a piega bassa. Lo sport bar conferisce una posizione di guida più sportiva che ben si sposa con il sedile biposto e il codino superbike anni settanta. Volendo dare voce adeguata alla moto, Kawasaki ha per la prima volta studiato un sistema di scarico specifico per conferire un sound accattivante, e l'attenzione al dettaglio è sottolineata dalla sua finitura spazzolata. Le ruote in lega con le loro sottili razze vogliono richiamare il look delle classiche ruote a raggi (e allora, perchè non metterci proprio delle belle ruote a raggi?). Come per la leggendaria Z1, il cuore della macchina è il suo motore in quattro cilindri in linea (che, naturalmente, nel 2017 non può che essere raffreddato a liquido), 111cv a 8500 giri. Nel caso della Cafe, l'unità è dotata di controllo di trazione KTRC e di frizione antisaltellamento. Con il suo telaio tubolare in lega leggera, forcella capovolta da 41mm e monoshock orizzontale, la maneggevolezza e le prestazioni della 900RS sono sicuramente contemporanee. La strada è illuminata da un proiettore di forma tradizionale ma con luci a LED come peraltro la luce posteriore ellittica, in stile Z1. La strumentazione tradizionale con i due quadranti di tachimetro e contagiri è integrata da un pannello centrale LCD che riporta tutte le funzioni vitali di questa promettente modern classic. Per i più abbienti lettori dell'Inazuma, la nuova Zeta sarà solo il punto di partenza per ulteriori personalizzazioni. Va da se che, come molti dei concorrenti del settore, Kawasaki offrirà una vasta gamma di accessori... 














    https://www.kawasaki.it/it/products

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  • 11/15/17--04:00: RT Custombikeumbau

  • BMW R 80 RT Custombikeumbau by Kradwandler

















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  • 11/16/17--00:21: Brabham BT 23

  • 1967 Brabham BT 23, Formula 2, Ford Cosworth FVA 1.6 lt, 220BHP, five speed, "space frame". 

    Engine Racing Developments Ltd., regularly regarded as Brabham, was a British hustling auto producer and formula One dashing group. Established in 1960 by two Australians, driver Jack Brabham and creator Ron Tauranac, the group won four drivers’ and two constructor’ big showdowns in its 30-year Formula One history. Jack Brabham’s 1966 drivers’ title remains the main such accomplishment utilizing an auto bearing the driver’s own name. In the 1960s, Brabham was the planet’s biggest producer of open wheel hustling autos available to be purchased to client groups, and had manufactured more than 500 autos by 1970. Throughout this period, groups utilizing Brabham autos won titles as a part of Formula Two and Formula Three. Brabham autos additionally contended in the Indianapolis 500 and in Formula 5000 hustling. This particular car won 9 races out of 15 in the 1967 Formula 2 championship, driven by Jochen Rind.


















    https://www.classic-trader.com/it/automobili/listing/brabham/formula-2/bt-23-racing-car/1967/110987


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  • 11/18/17--12:24: The Unbreakable

  • The Espiat's new XJR 1300

    Another unbreakable Yamaha XJR's found its way to Daniel’s garage. The Motorcycle dealer Hassemer asked him to build a new custom XJR. The only requirement for the project was to have colour scheme different from the usual Espiat’s total black. So the decision taken was to have an unexpected combination of black, gold and chrome. Then, Daniel chose something inspired by the street tracker style. Accordingly, a radical rear end and number plates on the handlebar on each side could be included in the design, fully in line with the Espiat’s way of ride. Daniel designed and implemented air scoops as cladding for the air filter box. The rear was made of GFK (fibreglass-reinforced plastic). The lamp mask also serves as a number plate and is a custom made part of fibre composite materials. The mufflers (that we can more appropriately call "sound amplifiers") fit excellently to the XJR. Daniel kept the original megaphone look of the mufflers and decided for open funnels. The cockpit was cleaned, a small analogue speedometer and a few signal lights are the necessary leftovers. In order to get the new tail, the frame had to be shortened while the rest of the framework remained completely stock. The taillight includes integrated turn signals and brake function and ensure a clean rear view. Forks received new progressive springs. The riding position is sporty but upright, thanks to the wide handlebar and the reduced weight, improving the handling of the big bike. 

    Un'altra indistruttibile Yamaha XJR è arrivata al garage di Daniel. La concessionaria Hassemer gli ha chiesto di realizzare una nuova XJR custom. Unico requisito del nuovo progetto era di avere una livrea diversa dal solito total black di Espiat. Quindi la decisione presa è stata di avere una combinazione di nero, oro e cromo, non esattamente ciò che ti aspetteresti per una XJR, tantomeno da Espiat. Poi, Daniel si è lasciato ispirare dallo stile street tracker. Di conseguenza, la coda radicale e le tabelle porta numero sarebbero state mantenute, assolutamente in linea con le abitudini di Espiat. Daniel ha progettato e implementato prese d'aria come rivestimento per la scatola del filtro dell'aria. La parte posteriore era in GFK (plastica rinforzata con fibra di vetro). La maschera della lampada funge da tabella portanumero ed è una componente artigianale in composito. I silenziatori (che possiamo chiamare più appropriatamente "amplificatori audio") si adattano perfettamente all'XJR. Daniel ha mantenuto l'aspetto originale dei megafoni di serie e ha montato dei coni completamente aperti. Il cruscotto è stato pulito, un piccolo tachimetro analogico e le spie è ciò che è rimasto. Per ottenere la nuova coda, il telaio doveva essere accorciato mentre il resto della struttura è rimasta completamente di serie. La luce posteriore include indicatori di direzione integrati e stop e garantisce una vista posteriore pulita. La forcella ha ricevuto nuove molle progressive. La posizione di guida è sportiva ma eretta e, grazie all'ampio manubrio e al peso ridotto, migliora la maneggevolezza della bestiona. 













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  • 11/19/17--03:09: Weiße Königin

  • "Die Weiße Königin" BMW R100: The White Princess by Giuseppe Di Stefano for the lucky customer Giorgio Mangiapia


















    Inazumized photos by Mario Titone 

    https://www.facebook.com/MotoDesignCustomsNapoli/

    Moto Design Customs - Agnano (Naples), Italy

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  • 11/19/17--23:30: R100 Tracker

  • 1978 BMW R100/7 Custom Tracker 


















    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1978-BMW-R-Series/322891105980?hash=item4b2dcf46bc:g:HloAAOSw4PxaBULj&vxp=mtr 
    Ebay find in USA

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  • 11/20/17--00:09: Tripla 0.0

  • Triumph Street Triple 675 "Tripla 0.0" by IDM

    Main specs: Custom built rear subframe and seat, custom-fitted rear suspension,billet rims, total black-on-black color scheme 








    Italian Dream Motorcycle - Reggio Emilia, Italy

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  • 11/20/17--03:30: The Sinner II

  • 1985 GL1200 single rider custom, another Sinner build by Mark Sosa















    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1985-Custom-Built-Motorcycles-Cafe-Racer/192366574961?hash=item2cc9f0fd71:g:eYEAAOSwPDBaBMi3&vxp=mtr

    Mark Sosa - El Paso Texas, USA

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  • 11/20/17--09:30: CX Orange

  • CX500 by LV Custom











    Inazumized photos by Sam Haeata 

    https://www.lvcustom.co.uk/



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  • 11/20/17--16:27: 10 million

  • In case you haven't noticed, Inazuma Cafe scored 10,000,000 views (and counting...)
    Thank you readers!



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  • 11/20/17--22:33: Brat Boy

  • Bonneville T100 "Brat boy" by K-Speed 




















    Inazumized pics by Overridephoto



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  • 11/21/17--08:30: Duetto: The Graduate's car

  • 1967 Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider Veloce, a.k.a. "Duetto": 1,779 cm³ 114HP 1040kg




















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  • 11/21/17--23:30: Benelli 600 Sports

  • Benelli 600 Cafe - Italian Bike, made in China, rebuilt in Thailand














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  • 11/22/17--08:30: Alta Via

  • How to recover an old Motoguzzi NTX750 and make a fashionable dual purpose special bike out of it... Build #30 by Officine Sbrannetti; "Alta Via".