Located in Bellingham, Washington, Super Rat is owned and operated by brothers Mark and Carl Bjorklund. These guys are turning out some really unusual and bad ass bikes. Some builders are good at being unusual, but the bikes are too abstract to be enjoyable to ride. Not Super Rat, Bjorklund brothers are making dope bikes …
Located in Italy is North Coast Customs. Their work is really unique and quite impressive.
Held each year in Portland, Oregon is The One Moto Show. It’s for the builders.
Located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia is Moto Cambodge building sick custom bikes. This shop looks likes it’s owned by non-Cambodians with the work done by Cambodians? I’m not sure, but the work looks clean and professional.
Located in Portland, Oregon, See See Motor Coffee Co. has turned out a few sweet bikes, judging by their website. I really like this 2012 Triumph Scrambler that they did.
Located in Los Angeles is Hazan Motorworks. They’re turning out some really beautiful, and undoubtedly expensive, custom bikes. I really like their take on what’s possible with the Yamaha XS650.
Located in Amsterdam is Numbnut Motorcycles. They build custom cafes, brats and other motorcycle goodness. They do need a real website. It’s hard to see their work mixed in with all of the photos in their Facebook photo gallery. Need a website? Contact me.
Located in Paris is Blitz Motorcycles
Located in my favorite city, Amsterdam, is Tin Can Customs. I don’t know anything about this shop other than that I like their style. Looking at Tin Can Customs Instagram feed, it looks like they do more than just send Benjie’s Custom Racers a check for $4,000. Bolt on the parts. And call it a …
Located some where in Italy is Sartorie Meccaniche. I really dig the bikes this crew is turning out. Their style isn’t flashy. For instance, they might take a CX500, tweak on it for awhile until it’s relevant again. That’s my kind of custom bike builder. Take an old bike and mold into a fresh look.