Moto Guzzi is struggling to find customer and market share, especially this past few years, why? It’s a combination of things: old design, old technology, heavy weight bikes, but we are not here to discuss Guzzi problems, we are here to address the solution, and it’s once again came from Italy, where Oberdan Bezzi designed a main stream bike for Moto GUZZI: The FALCONE SPORT CONCEPT.
Yamaha is a manufacturer that allow you to customize your bike or almost any bike from their line-up to suit your preferences via their yard built program, we recently talked a customization made by Moto DI FERRO based on the Yamaha XV950 (Check the full article here), but for today we have a custom bike from Copenhagen Denmark, featuring the Yamaha XSR900 which is now called MONKEEBEAST.
KTM is one of the engaging motorcycle manufacturer in the market, the orange factory has a large line-up road and off road, but it’s seems like something is missing from a while….yes you already know what I mean a modern sportbike! The RC8 was really original, especially in term of aesthetic, with edgy line all over the bike, but the KTM RC8 remain unchanged since 2013(correct me if I’m wrong) why? Your question need to be answered by KTM not by me, for now we have a café racer concept based on the KTM RC8, designed as very often by an Italian.
We have pretty and stylish custom bikes today, and as very often it came from the design land: Italy! Been part of the Yard built program Moto di Ferro show us his latest work: Yamaha XV950 'Speed Iron'.
Since the introduction of the BMW R nine T in 2014, we’ve seen all kind of modification and custom bikes based on the Bavarian naked bike, sometimes we get ugly customization, sometimes we get outstanding modified R nine T, and if you excuse me (it’s my humble opinion of course) this BMW R nine T DA#4 is the most appealing bike based on the R nine T ever.