Honda Monkey Bike Cafe Racer by Utopeia Moto Company


This fantastic Honda monkey bike cafe racer is the work of Chris Tope, the one-man-band behind the up and coming Utopeia Moto Company. Utopeia Moto Company Amazingly, Chris does all of his bike building in a 10 foot by 12 foot workshop in his 44 foot travel trailer, this is doubtless one of the smallest…

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Triumph Speed Triple Custom by Metalbike Garage

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This Triumph Speed Triple custom is quite unlike any other custom Triumph we’ve seen in recent memory. As you may have guessed it’s the latest build from the highly-regarded team at Metalbike Garage, who’ve made a name for themselves for their ability to shape aluminum bodywork into almost impossibly curved shapes. Metalbike Garage is based…

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A Custom BMW R1100GS Scrambler by Red Hot Chili Customs

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This custom BMW R1100GS is the work of one of Poland’s pre-eminent custom motorcycle garages – Red Hot Chili Customs. The donor bike was bought from its former owner in Switzerland before being transported to Poland for a rebuild into a custom scrambler with genuine off-road ability thanks to its GS origins. Red Hot Chili…

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The Incredible New XTR Pepo Custom Ducati Monster

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This custom Ducati Monster from the workshop of XTR Pepo is so wildly different to the bike it started out as it’s almost unrecognisable. Pepo Rosell has become a very well-known in the global custom motorcycle community for his work with Ducatis – he does work on other makes too of course, but Ducatis have…

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BarkaSiedlce’s Top 18 Moto Of 2018


This is our annual collection of the most popular motorcycles on BarkaSiedlce for the year – this list is compiled in reverse order based on which motorcycles got the most visits on BarkaSiedlce over the past 12 months. There are more than a few surprises on the list, there are a few bikes missing that…

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Retrofuture: A BMW R80 RT Cafe Racer by Moto Adonis

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The modern concept of the cafe racer has evolved significantly since the genre was first created by the Brits in 1950s London. The first cafe racers were simply stripped-down production motorcycles with hopped up engines. They were typically fitted with clip-on handlebars, a single seat, knee-indents in the fuel tank, and no superfluous parts –…

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