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Hommage: Kingston’s BMW R100 pays tribute to Bobby Haas

Bobby Haas left a giant hole in the custom scene when he passed away unexpectedly last year. As the owner and curator of the Haas Moto Museum, he was a bonafide patron of the art of motorcycle customization. And in that role, he formed deep personal relationships with the custom builders that helped to fill his museum’s halls.

With three of his builds already in the Haas Museum, Dirk Oehlerking of Kingston Custom had become a close friend of Bobby’s. So this impossibly elegant BMW R100 is particularly dear to him. Not only is it the longest custom boxer we’ve ever seen, but it was the last Kingston build that Bobby commissioned.

BMW R100 for the Haas Museum by Kingston Custom
“I discussed a new project with Bobby and Stacey [Mayfield], his life partner and museum director, in July 2021,” Dirk tells us.…


Café au lait: A Honda CB450 from the Gaucho Highlands

Honda CB450 café racer by Caffeine Customs
Nothing beats a quick early morning blast through the hills above my house. The air is fresh, the sun is usually shining and I don’t have to share the road with many other motorized vehicles. I do have to share it with bicycles though—and I’m always amazed by how many people choose pedals over a throttle.

This Honda CB450 café racer, however, was built for someone who likes both. It’s the seventh commissioned bike from Bruno Costa, of Caffeine Custom in Brazil. And it’s affectionately referred to as the ‘White Shark,’ thanks to its slim, pearl-white monocoque.

Honda CB450 café racer by Caffeine Customs
“The owner is a cycling enthusiast who wanted a low and narrow motorcycle for short, fun rides around the Gaucho Highlands’ curvy roads,” says Bruno.…


Retro chic: Slipstream’s Honda CB360 scrambler

Honda CB360 scrambler by Slipstream Creations
The custom scene is scattered with craftspeople that do more than just build awesome motorcycles. James Fawcett is a prime example. As Slipstream Creations he makes furniture, paints bicycle frames, does ad-hoc welding and fabrication jobs, and even upcycles spark plugs to create coat racks.

He also finds time to build custom motorcycles like this delightful Honda CB360 street scrambler. Thanks to James’ extensive skillset and can-do attitude, he does everything from his workshop in St. Louis, Missouri—right down to paint, powder-coating and upholstery. So other than some part-time help from his son, it’s mostly a solo gig.

Honda CB360 scrambler by Slipstream Creations
Slipstream’s portfolio is loaded with small-capacity vintage Hondas that are pared-down, tastefully tweaked and finished in vivid liveries. It was one of those builds (a CL350) that caught the eye of this 1974-model Honda CB360’s owner, and prompted him to reach out to James.…


Esputnik II: An electric drag racing bike from Spain

Electric drag racing motorcycle by Bizarro Corp.
Bizarro Corp.’s online store has a T-shirt that reads “café racer is dead.” It’s a little rich coming from a custom workshop with a number of café racers in their portfolio. Then again, the Spanish crew isn’t exactly known for being conventional.

If you need proof, we’d like to present ‘Esputnik II’: an electric drag racing ‘bitsa’ that doubles up as a canvas for kinetic art. Built with Zero and Suzuki parts, and painted by the contemporary artist Felipe Pantone, it’s the perfect example of Bizarro’s unhinged creativity. And it was one of the stars of the recent Glemseck 101 racing festival.

Electric drag racing motorcycle by Bizarro Corp.
It’s an evolution of ‘Estputnik I’—a bike that Bizarro built three years ago, when they decided to shift their focus to electric motorcycles.…


Speed Read, September 18, 2022

The latest motorcycle news, customs and flying bikes.
We kick this weekend’s edition of Speed Read off with two very different BMW K100 customs. Then we bring you a Yamaha Virago, a 250 cc BMX-Cub hybrid, and the world’s first flying motorcycle.

BMW K100 café racer by Jerem Motorcycles
BMW K100 by Jerem Motorcycles Jérémie Duchampt has a knack for building svelte café racers out of bikes with massive power plants. This time he’s worked his magic on one of the chunkiest motors out: the BMW K100.

There’s a sense of mechanical aggression here, thanks to Jérémie’s choice of bodywork. The stock fuel tank is still in play, but it’s been subtly repositioned. Out back is a custom made tail section, complete with a pair of air scoops that play into the bike’s nickname, ‘Top Gun.’…


Mean Green Machine: VSB’s Kawasaki KZ1000R S1 replica

Kawasaki KZ1000R S1 replica by VSB Moto
Even if you know very little about Kawasaki’s history, you probably know about the KZ1000R Eddie Lawson Replica. Released in 1982, it was a limited edition motorcycle based on the one that Lawson won the championship with. Essentially a production bike with new paint and some upgraded parts, it was special, but not overly so.

If you wanted something truly special (and with a bit more pep), Kawasaki had the KZ1000R S1—an almost exact copy of Lawson’s actual GP bike. They built about 30 S1s, and if you knew the right people, you could buy one for around $11,000. Understandably, they are astonishingly collectable; some have been sold at auction in recent years for ten times that.

Kawasaki KZ1000R S1 replica by VSB Moto
It’s easy to see why S1s are so collectable—but not everybody has six figures clogging their bank account.…


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