W650 The Blue Raven

The donor machine is a Kawasaki W650 from 2001.

Even though we were told by our mothers that dark blue and black do not match, we decided to go for it.

Given the smile on the face of its happy owner, we guess our mothers can be wrong sometimes.

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Photos: Gary Jézégabel

W650 El Tigre

When the English owner of this 2002 Kawasaki W650 came and see us to commission us for a project, he confessed that he used to be nicknamed "El Tigre" back in the days.

How could we resist then to mix a bit of his English DNA to his own Japanese bike?

We therefore could not resist: adding the famous Triumph T100 Tiger emblem to the tank we decided to install on this machine.

This "El Tigre" is definitely his very bike: they have now a common story.

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BMW Black Pearl

This machine was built for and by Hugo himself. 

The donor bike here is a BMW R100 /7 from 1984.

We called it "The Black Pearl".

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BMW B2

We worked on this BMW R100 RT from 1979 for an English citizen. He wanted something unique and quite "low profile".

We got inspired by the famous "B2" stealth aeroplane and from what we saw when he discovered the finished bike, we can say he was a happy man!

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BMW R100 TRACKER

The donor machine is the very last carburated bike ever produced by BMW: the R100 R Mystic. This one if from 1994 and was retrieved with only 3000 kms.
We made it lighter by 30 kilos.

We turned it into a more fun and easy to handle machine.

This machine is a perfect one for both commuting and road-tripping.

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