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ELEMENTALLY MENTAL. A Buell Firebolt Ice Racer from Sweden’s NCCR

Posted on December 4, 2018 by Andrew in Racer. No Comments

We wear our hearts on our sleeves when it comes to bikes that inhabit the edges of the modern custom scene. To put it simply, the more unique and esoteric they are, the better we like them. And we’d put money on the fact that today’s bike is just about as esoteric as you’ll find anywhere…

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HIP TO BE SQUARE. Johan Balsvik’s Sharp Ducati Pantah

Posted on July 11, 2018 by Andrew in Café Racer, Classic, Other. No Comments

From the get go, it was clear to us that Johan Balsvik wasn’t your average custom bike builder. From his ‘Here’s my Ducati Pantah thing’ introductory email to describing his job as ‘Swedish railway development,’ we kind of suspected that the guy was a little out there. But little did we know…

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TOOL TIME. The ‘Project VNR’ Norton Commando Cafe Racer from Adam’s Custom Shop

Posted on June 1, 2018 by Andrew in Café Racer, Classic. No Comments

Sweden’s Adam Nestor is an old hand at this whole Pipeburn feature bike thing. His bikes have been featured by us since 2010, and he’s just dropped this remarkable new build in our laps. Here’s his new Norton Commando cafe racer he built for Swedish toolmaker Verktygsboden…

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Honda CB750 & BMW R100 – Adam’s Custom Shop

Posted on March 18, 2016 by Andrew in Brat, Classic. 12 comments

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To say that Adam Nestor got out of the blocks in his bike building career like Usain Bolt going for Olympic Gold is an understatement. With Adam’s Custom Shop’s first builds including Madame Guzzi and Sporganic this young Swedish bike builder showed at just 20 years of age he was capable of building the sort of bikes most mere mortals require decades of honing their craft to achieve. But for a custom motorcycle workshop to survive financially in the long-term a builder has to be capable of turning out lower cost builds while still retaining their signature quality and style. In these two customer builds, a 1974 Honda CB750 and a BMW R100RT the young Swede proves even his budget builds are brilliant!

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‘88 Harley Sportster – Adam’s Custom Shop

Posted on June 11, 2015 by Andrew in Bobber. 21 comments

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Ever had one of those dreams where you feel like you really need to do something, but somehow you never manage to? Maybe it’s a place you have to be or a task you have to complete.  Whatever the case, the harder you try in the dream the more unlikely you’ll be to make any progress. And in the end you’ll wake up with an incredible sense of frustration. Got the idea? Well, now you know how we feel about this bike. It’s one we first laid eyes on in 2012 and we’ve literally spent three years trying to get our hands on it – and now it’s here. Call it lucid dreaming. Call it luck. Hell, call it divine intervention. Presenting a bike that took a biblical one thousand days to get here. It’s Adam Nestor’s ‘Sporganic’ Sportster Harley.

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BMW 1952 R25/2

Posted on June 20, 2009 by Scott in Classic. 5 comments

Richard from Sweden‘s Richard Garage is an amazing BMW motorcycle restorer. We all love before and after shots, and this is one of the best I’ve seen. The 1952 BMW R25/2 motorcycle, was found in a garden where it had stood for 42 years, only covered with a oil cloth. That’s Richard standing with the bike when he found it. The stunning white BMW motorcycle is what he turned it into after lots of hard work. Respect.

 


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SR Club Sweden

Posted on April 25, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer. 1 Comment

I was just checking out the gallery on the Sweden SR Club site. Theres some nice SR500’s on there. Love this chrome tank…

 

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