BMW R45 Custom by Ton-Up Garage

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This pristine BMW R45 custom by Ton-Up Garage has been so cleanly put together, it looks almost like a 3D rendering. The BMW R45 isn’t a bike that we’ve seen a lot of custom motorcycles builders take on, it’s one of the smaller BMWs but its lighter weight and punchy little 35hp, 473cc boxer twin…

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Triumph Enduro by 32 To One

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The Triumph Scrambler has quickly become a prime target for custom motorcycle builders, it’s based on the Bonneville and because of this, there’s a huge aftermarket parts catalogue rivalled only by the likes of Harley-Davidson. The Triumph you see here started life as a Scrambler, before being rebuilt after it was wrecked with just 900…

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Yamaha SR400 by The Wrenchmonkees

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The Yamaha SR400 is one off the icons of the custom motorcycle scene, the single cylinder powered bike is remarkably simple to work on – in fact you’d be hard pressed to find a motorcycle that’s less complicated. The model started life as the SR500 all the way back in 1975, it was in production…

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Handlebar Field Guide

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When it comes to motorcycle handlebars, I had no idea how much I didn’t know until I came across the below poster on Etsy. For just $15 USD the poster makes an excellent addition to the wall in any garage, it measures 11″ x 17″ and it’s printed on 100% recycled card stock. Grab yours…

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Vismaior Motorcycles

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Vismaior 3D is a new company that specialises in helping people model their ideas for a custom motorcycle, without turning a wrench. If you want to create a unique custom and want know exactly how it’ll look before you buy a single part, the team at Vismaior will model your motorcycle of choice in impeccable…

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BMW R90/6 Custom

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The BMW R90/6 was introduced in 1974 alongside the R90S – a motorcycle that would go on to win the first ever AMA Superbike World Championship in 1976. Both bikes utilised a 900cc air-cooled boxer twin, commonly referred to as an “air-head” and both sent power to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission and…

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