stuff we drool about

Suzuki Freewind Scrambler

Martin Schuurmans is a product designer based in Eindhoven who started out as a furniture designer and along the way shifted his focuses to his passion for motorcycles. After 2 years of building and design, he finished this sharp-looking Suzuki XF650 scrambler. The idea was to build a bike that is strong and reliable enough to go on long road trips... read more

Shanghai Customs Ecub

The eCub is a retro electric motorcycle by Shanghai Customs, a production-ready version for sale in their shop. The awesome ride combines the much loved Honda Super Cub chassis with a hub mounted 2000 watt electric motor that brings serious torque and delivers speed, style and slick performance to the streets. It has a removable Panasonic 60V lithi... read more

Asphalt And Gravel Honda Dominator

The Honda Dominator is one of the most iconic motorcycles of the Nineties, a great all-rounder with legendary Honda reliability and loads of potential. Nowadays it has become popular with custom builders, and the latest workshop to give it a twist are the guys over at Asphalt and Gravel. The donor bike is a Honda NX650 Dominator and the client want... read more

Le Koroc Tiny House Boat

Le Koroc Tiny House Boat is a new concept, it simply takes the classic boat house and downsizes it to a cuter and more portable dimension, making it a tad more easy to carry with a medium size SUV, to the fishing spot of your choice so youíre not constricted to one place. In addition to this very useful feature we have to admit it looks great, the ... read more

2019 Super Cub

After announcing the return of the iconic Monkey mini-bike, Honda is bringing back another fun, compact retro bike, the Super Cub! The popular Super Cub bike is one of the most recognizable bikes in the world, but in the U.S the model was discontinued about 40 years ago. Until now. Honda has announced that itíll be bringing the Cub back to America!... read more

Hookie Honda Cb750

Dresden-based motorcycle shop Hookie Co have rolled out of their workshop, this stunning 1978 Honda CB750 K7 conversion. The entire bike was stripped down for a clean minimalist look that is sure to get cafe racer purists excited. Named "Wolf", the classic CB750 is still recognizable, but everything else is modern, it was fitted with LED lighting a... read more