Given how we admire what Katalis did with electric bike, we felt the need to feature its latest creation: Spacebar. The Katalis Spacebar 1.2K Electric Scooter is unlike Katalis Company’s previous creations, the EV.500 and EV-1K. The former was about retro-style sophistication while the latter inclined more towards the anime vibe.
When first laid my eyes on this concept bike by U.K. custom motorcycle maker, Ziggymoto, the first thought was, “this thing look absolutely like a steamliner and it needs a railway track!” which for some reason, reminds me of Wilford’s Dreamliner.
If there is a country that has better understanding of off-roading, it would be Russia. If you search on our blog for “Russian ATV”, you will find a number of incredible all-terrain vehicles, including our all-time favorite, a motorcycle that floats called Taurus 2×2.
Kingston Custom, the custom motorcycle company behind the Rocketeer meet steampunk vibe Good Ghost custom BMW motorcycle, is back with a new custom BMW motorcycle.
Now that we think of the Katalis EV.500 does have some Honda Motocompo vibe in it, except that it isn’t foldable. Speaking of Katalis, here’s a new one from them, but this time, it is a collaborative bike with Indonesia brand, Machine 56, a streetwear label.
Every now and then, we come across a custom bike that make us steal a few more looks. This custom Suzuki GSX-R750 “Neo-Tokyo” is one such bike. And yes, it was based on an old GSR-R750.
Lets face it. Scooters aren’t the prettiest transportation on Earth. At least not until they started looking like the BMW Motorrad Definition CE-04. However, there is good news. If you ride a BMW C400X, hope of it actually look stunning is on the horizon.
We just want to direct your attention to the Batcycle that will appear on Matt Reeves’ The Batman – if you haven’t already caught wind of it. We already seen the exposed engine Batmobile earlier this year, but as it turns out, the purported Batcycle was seen much earlier.
Remember the custom Ural motorcycle with a coffee machine on its sidecar? Well, here’s another one. This time, it is found half-way round the world in Sydney, Australia. I don’t believe it has a name.
Remember Volkspod? The custom scooter made out of a VW Beetle’s fender? Well, here’s another one by another party, called Bugkart Wasowski. Bugkart Wasowski is also has a body that used to be fender of a VW Beetle – a Type 1 Beetle to be specific. I know right? It looks super cool.