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Thursday, 18 September 2014

Daytona 1000 by Kruz



KC#002 Triumph Daytona 1000
by Kruz Company - Brussels, Belgium 


Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Bohmerland Supersport by Mike Jelinek



Bohmerland Supersport 2014 - build 03 concept 


The Böhmerland (or Čechie, as it was known domestically) was a motorcycle produced in Czechoslovakia from 1924 until 1939. In those years, the 20 employees of the factory in Schönlinde (Sudetenland) produced circa 3000 machines. Almost all features of this distinctive model were designed by the Czech engineer Albin Leibisch, including the extremely long tube frame, the front forks, the overhead valve single-cylinder engine of 600cc, and the solid cast wheels, which were a real innovation, since they started to be widely adopted by the industry only in the 70s. The original Bohmerland Sport was born in 1928. The 2014 Supersport concept is a modern bike which features a re-engineered single cylinder engine, chrome-molybden rigid frame with original shape and a peculiar gas tank with top opening. We like it. 

La Böhmerland (o Čechie, come era conosciuta in patria) era una moto prodotta in Cecoslovacchia dal 1924 al 1939. In quegli anni, i 20 dipendenti della fabbrica di Schönlinde, nei Sudati, ne produssero circa 3000 unità. Quasi tutte le caratteristiche di questo particolare modello furono progettati dall’ingenere ceco Albin Leibisch, compreso il telaio in tubi di lunghezza non comune, la forcella anteriore, il motore monocilindrico di 600cc a valvole in testa, e le ruote in lega stampate, all’epoca una vera novità, dal momento che sono state adottate nella produzione motociclistica di serie solo negli anni '70. L'originale Bohmerland Sport era del 1928. La Supersport concept del 2014 è una moto moderna che dispone di un motore monocilindrico re-ingegnerizzato, telaio hardtail in acciao al cromo-molibdeno dalla forma caratteristica e un serbatoio carburante con apertura superiore. Ci piace. 

Oldskool by KSS



BMW R100 Bobber "OldSkool!"
By Kevils Speed Shop - Torquay,UK

CB500 by Kinetic



1971 CB500 Monoshock Cafe

D&O R75/7



1977 R75/7 Scram by Down & Out Cafe Racer - UK


Tuesday, 16 September 2014

CB750 Racers



CB750 California racers, top Japanese school 
by Joshi San, Garage Company - L.A., California

Vento 350 by Renard Speed Shop



1980 Mototrans 350 Vento custom cafe
built in Germany by Renard Speed Shop - Tallin, Estonia

The Vento 350 was a small streetbike originary built by Mototrans, a Spanish company which produced motorcycles and scooters between 1957 and 1983, when it was bought by Yamaha. The engine was built under Ducati licence with minor modifications (340cc, single cylinder, four-stroke, Desmodromic valve control, 27.00 HP at 7500 RPM). This one is a barn find completely rebuilt and customized by Renard

La Vento 350 era una piccola monocilindrica stradale realizzata originariamente dalla Mototrans, un costruttore spagnolo che ha prodotto motociclette e scooter dal 1957 al 1983, quando è stato assorbito dalla Yamaha. Il motore era costruito su licenza Ducati con piccole modifiche (340cc, quattro tempi, movimento valvole desmodromico con 27 cavalli  a 7500 giri). Questo è un esemplare recuperato dall'abbandono Renard, completamente ricostruito e customizzato.