The WrenchMonkees are a Copenhagen based custom motorcycle garage with a penchant for urban, retro, rideable bikes. WrenchMonkee motorcycles always seem to have an understated, matte finish giving you the impression that they’re the sort of thing Batman would ride when he wasn’t in uniform. This bike is based on a Kawasaki Z 750B, the engine…
Nicknamed “Gorilla Punch” this bike started life as a Honda CB750, the Wrenchmonkees stripped it back to nothing and built their own custom café racer from its bones.
This bike is, without question, my personal favourite build yet from The Wrenchmonkees. Based on a Norton Commando the minimalist, industrial style appeals to me. Probably because it looks exactly like a stripped down racer you’d have seen parked en masse outside the 59 Club in the 1960s.
The Wrenchmonkees are one of the most aesthetically tasteful and unique custom motorcycle builders in the world today, when you see a new Wrenchmonkees bike for the first time you can instantly see the design language of the Danish garage running through the build, almost like mechanical DNA.