Value Proposition: An Estrella BJ250 from KlassikKustoms

Kawasaki Estrella BJ250 by KlassikKustoms
The very nature of Bike EXIF means we tend to focus on high-end customs: bikes that push boundaries, set trends, or reveal incredible levels of craftsmanship.

But those machines are only a tiny part of the global custom scene. And there are plenty of workshops focusing on bang-for-the-buck, with good-looking builds that don’t cost the earth. And one of those shops is KlassikKustoms in Germany, the creator of this nimble Kawasaki Estrella.

Kawasaki Estrella BJ250 by KlassikKustoms
Jan Schulte-Meyer started KlassikKustoms in 2010, because he was fed up of the daily grind. He now fixes, builds and customizes older motorcycles. Cafe racer culture is his main influence, with a particular slant towards Japanese bikes from the 70s. “I build them the way I like them the most—flat and low,” he says.…

Mallorca Bound: A slammed Triumph Bonneville by Tamarit

Custom Triumph Bonneville T100 by Tamarit Motorcycles
Some of the most prolific custom shops out there have found success by settling on a winning recipe, then replicating it countless times. But the real trick is to find new ways to riff on the same style, so that it doesn’t become stale. And Tamarit Motorcycles has that down to an art.

Sure, if you browse their portfolio you’ll see a common thread; unavoidable, since they specialize in Triumph customs and produce a plethora of bolt-on parts. But you’ll also see a clear progression. The Spanish shop is over 100 builds in, and they’re still finding new ways to do things.

Custom Triumph Bonneville T100 by Tamarit Motorcycles
Their 104th build, a Triumph Bonneville dubbed ‘JBBS,’ testifies to this. Take it apart, and you’ll quickly spot ideas that have been borrowed from their previous builds—but put it back together, and it stands on its own.…

Speed Read, May 15, 2022

The latest motorcycle news, electric bikes and customs.
Meet the new LiveWire S2 Del Mar—a bike so hotly anticipated, the first 100 sold out in 18 minutes. Then peruse a tasty club style BMW R18 from California, a Kawasaki KLR from Colorado, and a race-ready Honda GB350 from Japan. We finish things off with a bonafide 1960s motorcycle safety video.

The new LiveWire S2 Del Mar Launch Edition
New LiveWire S2 Del Mar When Harley-Davidson branched LiveWire off into its own, electric-focused brand, we wondered how long it would be before we’d see them release a new model.

What you see here is the S2 Del Mar, the first all-new bike since LiveWire moved out of home. Based on the Advanced LiveWire ARROW Architecture, this all-electric street tracker looks like an absolute hoot. Developed in-house at LiveWire Labs in Mountain View, California, the ARROW Architecture is a scalable, modular system that will share the proprietary battery, motor, charging and control systems with future LiveWire releases.…

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