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KM37: A custom Moto Guzzi SP1000 with Alfa Romeo paint

Custom Moto Guzzi SP1000 by Kaffeemaschine
There’s no denying that I’m a huge fan of Axel Budde and his custom motorcycle outfit, Kaffeemaschine. Axel flew onto my radar many years ago, and has continued to impress with his elegant interpretations of classic Moto Guzzis. Today we’re looking at KM37—a 1981 Moto Guzzi SP1000 wrapped in an Alfa Romeo-inspired livery.

The SP1000 shares its frame design with that of all the great Guzzis of yore. Designed by Lino Tonti and first appearing in the 1971 V7 Sport, the Tonti frame was in production (in one Guzzi or another) all the way up until 2013. I’ve been lucky enough to have ridden a few Tonti-framed bikes, and the telepathic handling is nothing short of amazing.

Custom Moto Guzzi SP1000 by Kaffeemaschine
Axel is also a fan of the lithe triangles that make up this legendary chassis.…

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Out of left field: Tim Cumper’s three wheeled BMW boxer

The Malle Mile is an event filled to the brim with quirky motorcycles. But if there’s one thing you wouldn’t expect to see there, it’s a three-wheeled BMW R100 wrapped in vintage automobile-like bodywork.

We spotted this fabulous oddball while wandering around the Malle Mile’s festival grounds last month. It looked strangely at home against the backdrop of the Lincolnshire countryside, with its retrofuturistic sci-fi vibe. Naturally, we had to find out more—so we tracked down the builder, Tim Cumper.

Custom 3-wheeled BMW R100R
Tim’s a prototype model maker by day, but he works on custom bikes and furniture after hours. His workshop name is especially apt, given how wild his imagination is; Cumpert Contraptions.

“The three-wheeler was inspired by pre-war racing cars, which I am a big fan of,” he tells us.…

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The perfect steak: a custom SportClassic from California

Custom Ducati SportClassic by Jeff Soucek
Like any good factory café racer, the Ducati SportClassic doesn’t beg to be customized. It’s stunning in stock form—and, with a 992 cc Desmo L-twin mounted in its trellis frame, has more than enough go to match the show. Little wonder then that it’s so sought after on the second hand market.

If you do manage to get your hands on one, you could happily leave it as is—or personalize it with a few select mods. Or you could follow Jeff Soucek’s example. His SportClassic looks almost original at a glance, but it’s actually packing more mods than your garden variety café racer.

Custom Ducati SportClassic by Jeff Soucek
All you need to know about Jeff is that he’s based in California, loves Ducatis and has a background in aerospace engineering.…

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Speed Read, August 14, 2022

The latest motorcycle news, customs and electric bikes
We kick things off with a tasteful Honda CB350 from 2LOUD Custom in Taiwan. Then we take a look at Can-Am’s new electric motorcycle concepts, three retro Kawasaki kits from Japan, and a Honda CBR1000RR-powered BASE jumping bike. Yes, really.

Custom Honda CB350 by 2LOUD
Honda CB350 by 2LOUD Custom I used to have a boss that said that when clients were low on budget, we should skimp on quantity, but never quality. This Honda CB350 from 2LOUD reminds me of that philosophy. Made for a client on a limited budget, it’s more restrained than what we know the Taiwanese shop is capable of—but it’s still a top-shelf build.

Custom Honda CB350 by 2LOUD
The bike belongs to a young dad that wants to take his kid along on rides, so the petite CB350 was the perfect donor.…

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Playing the angles: An edgy Ducati Monster 600 custom

Ducati Monster 600 café racer by For the Bold Industries
A few years ago, a café racer was usually a classic bike, modified with sleeker bodywork, a tuned engine, and a stubby solo seat. If you had a mental picture, it was most likely a 1970s Honda CB or a 1980s BMW airhead.

But as the mainstream factories dress up their bikes with fairings and clip-ons, many builders are moving on and ditching the classic vibe. They’re turning towards more modern machines—and blurring the lines of what a cafe racer should be.

Ducati Monster 600 café racer by For the Bold Industries
This slick Ducati Monster 600 from England typifies the change. The café racer ethos is still there, but the retro aspect is dialed down.

Called ‘Ghost,’ this machine comes from Manchester-based builder Antony Ruggiero, a man who’s comfortable with a grinder in one hand and an iPad in the other.…

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Enzo: A Moto Guzzi 1000 SP café racer from Italy

Moto Guzzi 1000 SP café racer by Fuchs Workshop
Commissioned builds are the lifeblood of any successful custom motorcycle businesses, but so is a strong portfolio. So it’s not unusual for a workshop to occasionally close their order book for a minute, and pour all their energy into building a showpiece. It’s a chance to show off the full spectrum of their talent and skill—without a brief or budget to rein them in.

This Moto Guzzi 1000 SP is one such build. On the surface, it’s a glossy café racer with a flawless stance. But the more you stare at it, the more you realize just how heavily this late-70s tourer has been customized.

Moto Guzzi 1000 SP café racer by Fuchs Workshop
It’s the work of Massimo Rinchiuso, who runs Fuchs Workshop in the colorful city of Ravenna, in the Emilia-Romagna region of Northern Italy.…

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