stuff we drool about

Bmw R80 | By Diamond Atelier

Our latest custom motorbike workshop discovery comes from Munich, Germany. Diamond Atelier was founded this summer by Tom Konecny and Pablo Steigleder, two cafe racer enthusiasts that wanted more than what is offered by the existing monotonous and repetitive custom scene. Their first build is this beautiful 1992 BMW R80RT conversion, a bike striped to its bare essentials, cleaned up, painted with a beautiful pale blue color scheme, and converted into a true masterpiece.

This awesome ride is currently for sale through their website, you can send the guys an email for more details. Photo credit: Philipp Wulk




bmw-r80-diamond-atelier-2.jpg | Image

bmw-r80-diamond-atelier-3.jpg | Image

bmw-r80-diamond-atelier-4.jpg | Image

bmw-r80-diamond-atelier-5.jpg | Image

bmw-r80-diamond-atelier-6.jpg

bmw-r80-diamond-atelier-7.jpg

bmw-r80-diamond-atelier-8.jpg

bmw-r80-diamond-atelier-9.jpg

Taylor Stitch
Huckberry Interior
YAMAHA SR250 | BY AUTO FABRICA | Image

YAMAHA SR250 | BY AUTO FABRICA

It is the first time we feature a bike from British custom builder Auto Fabrica, and boy what a beauty this is. Bujar Muharremi and his crew work essentially on Yamaha SR250s, this is already the 4th to roll out of their London Garage. Named Type 4, this elegant and simple build, has been reduced to the essentials and weighs less than 130kg, making it the perfect ride for commuting in a busy city....
read more
1969 FORD BRONCO HUNTER | Image

1969 FORD BRONCO HUNTER

While we wait anxiously for the debut of the 2020 Ford Bronco, we´ll keep drooling over the vintage version of the iconic 4x4. Our latest crush is this immaculate one-off 1969 Ford Bronco made in collaboration with Ford-backed racing firm Holman & Moody. Set to hit the auction block at Pebble Beach this weekend, this pristine example was uniquely outfitted with front and rear limited-slip differentials, four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes, large tires, a Bronco Spo...
read more
Tattoo Suzuki GN400 | Image

Tattoo Suzuki GN400

Tattoo Moto was born from the need to make ordinary bikes into inspired, unique machines. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop in Charlotte, North Carolina, is this kick ass motorcycle, a little Suzuki GN400 cafe racer dubbed the "Vampire Slayer". Inspired by one of the most famous custom builds of all time – Deus Ex Machina´s "Grievous Angel" cafe racer, the team stripped the GN down to its bones and built a simple cafe racer with clean lines and gr...
read more