Start em’ young…

20 10 2010

Honda <3

21 09 2010

even as a bmw enthusiast, i bet he still wants an NSX-R.


Shinya Kimura: Master of Custom Bike building

12 07 2010

Here’s a very inspirational video of Shinya Kimura and his passion in building extraordinary pieces of engineering. I have been a fan of his builds because of the inclination of his designs to the cafe racer style;they elicit the beauty of  simplicity, minimalism and functionality.

Japanese-Spec Harley Davidson.

19 02 2010

Owned by Mr Nishida of the Posh Factory in Tokyo, Japan.

Snaefell: Legit Side-CAR

2 02 2010

Were my eyes fooling me? nope, this bike and sidecar combo is legit. An impressive project by an amateur builder,François Knorreck, all built in his garage.

At first i thought it was a Photoshop of some bike and an Italian car..nope.

I’m still intrigued by the amazing design.

Everything hand built.

whatcha know bout them lambo doors?

i admire the detail and work in putting together this project,well engineered.

Soup of the Day

20 10 2009



Return of the Mac

16 10 2009

I share the same fascination for cars with motorcycles. From Scooters, Choppers, Sport bikes, Sport Touring, Dirt bikes, etc, I narrowed down to 2 favorite styles;  a Cafe Racer and a Bobber. Both styles originated from different countries; One European and one American. Bikes with different origins but share a history of rockabilly music and post-WWII roots.

I was drawn to both styles because of their raw, strip-down, minimalistic and functional form. Americans preferred the low, cruiser for the wide, straight american roads and the Europeans preferred a higher and more agile racer for their tight-twisting roads.

Now what if we combine the 2 Styles?

Here is where the genius  chaps from MAC MOTORCYCLES( come to play.

Simply incorporating the same concept and improving it with a modern twist. For the outrageous  price of  US$12,000+ , In my own insane opinion,i believe it’s worth it.

American Bobber

Cafe Racer


Mac Motorcycles



Pee Shooter